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19 Reasons Why Being at Home For Summer Is Better Than Being at Uni

Everyone loves summer. Students love summer just a little bit more than everyone else, though, because university has made them appreciate the following things on a whole new level.

1. A fully stocked fridge.

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2. And having your meals made for you.

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3. The freedom to wake up whenever you like.

If you’re awake before 11am, you’re doing it wrong.

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4. Having absolutely no work to do whatsoever.

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5. And essentially having no reason to even bother getting dressed.

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6. No longer needing to waste time picking up milk and bread from the shop.

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7. And then worry that someone will steal it.

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8. Binging for as long as you damn well like on Netflix.

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9. And hassle-free clothes washing.

No more paying a fortune just to wash your clothes or wait hours for your housemates to take their washing out of the machine.

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10. A clean and tidy house. That stays clean and tidy. For a while.

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11. Being able to spend time with your pet again.

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12. And read books you actually want to read.

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13. Saving money.

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14. And spending no time stuck inside when the weather’s nice.

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15. Being able to sleep in your old bed.

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16. And escape from those passive-aggressive posts in the group chat.

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17. Having access to a car again.

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18. Not to mention alcoholic drinks that actually taste nice.

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19. And properly catching up with friends and family from home. Finally. 🙌

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