College Student Homelessness: Cost-Benefits
I've been thinking about dropping the whole "I need apartment to live" bit. I've devised a plan to live on campus primarily, utilizing the living resources the university makes available for students. This covers: general hygeine, study area, parking, locker storage, food, and sleep. I guess all I need is maybe some advice or suggestions to get me to consider all things that I might have left out of the plan.
Let me know what you would all consider if you were to think about being homeless. What do you think is the biggest loss with giving up life in an apartment? Anybody have experience living homeless that has suggestions?