Welcome to Kizunaya sharehouse. This article is for all the new families who have moved into Kizunaya sharehouse.
Before moving into a share house, what kind of living environment did you have? Did you live alone, at home, or in a share house? I’m sure you chose to live in a share house for a variety of reasons, and that’s how you came to know about and meet Kizunaya sharehouse.
Thank you for finding Kizunaya sharehouse! We’d like to bring you the NEW FAMILY LETTER from Kizunaya sharehouse, so that your life starting here will be as safe and comfortable as possible.
In this article, we’ll be talking about…
“rules” and “manners”which is very important for living in the share house.
In especially, I’d like to tell you about cleanliness and how to use the shared space.
If you live alone or at home, you may take your own standards as normal.
In order to feel comfortable living together, it is important to know your own standards as well as those of others. And more importantly, we should have a mutual recognition of common rules and manners. In this article, we’d like to share with you the rules and manners of Kizunaya share houses, from the perspective of a house family, to make your life more comfortable.
Of course everyone would prefer to have a clean house than a dirty one. When using a shared space, no one uses it thinking, “Come on, let’s get dirty and leave! ” However, after using a shared space, you may forget that it’s “everyone’s home” and use the space with a ” personal one”. What easily happens in such cases is that people leave the place in a dirty way, or leave things behind and forget about them.
Nobody thinks, “I’m going to make it dirty!” but we often forget that people other than ourselves are also using the shared space.
When using shared spaces, it’s important to be considerate of the family you’re living with.
When you use a shared space, it’s important to be considerate of the family you’re living with, and that means leaving the space clean after you are done using it.
We asked Takky a member of the house family who never forgets to be considerate of others, to share his tips. We hope you will find it useful.
Takky is always cleaning the house without everyone seeing, but how do you think and use the shared space? .
As for my thoughts on cleanliness manners in share house living, I value the idea that it’s my house, not my parents’ house.
It’s not like “It’s my house, so I can do whatever I want”.It’s just like “I’m living in a share house. That’s why it’s important to respect the basic manners and rules of a share house. ” I also do my best not to do anything that I wouldn’t want others to do to me.
“Things you wouldn’t want others to do to me.” Certainly! It might be easier to understand if you imagine what you wouldn’t want to do in a shared space. For example, no one would want to use a stove that has become soggy, and you would not like it if the toilet paper had only a core. It is not difficult to be considerate of others, but it starts with a little imagination. .
But I think there are people who are not good at clinginess. If you have any tips on how to focus on cleanliness in the style of Takky, please let me know!
Here’s my thoughts on the importance of this.
First.If I clean up a space better than I used to, I say, “Okay. I’ve won! “. You can have that kind of thought .I like to win things by the way.lol
Second. To think it’s bad for my health if I don’t use the space cleanly.
And the third. This is about the kitchen, but I think it is easy to get dirty in the kitchen because everyone uses it frequently.
The kitchen is used extremely infrequently compared to the bathroom, so we tend to just tidy it up and done . In addition, I also include “cleaning” processes such as replacing grease stains on the stove, change trash bags in the trash can, and cleaning the sink.
If you only clean up, you can’t give comfort to the next person, but if you include the process of cleaning, I think the next person will feel comfortable using the place.
And It’s not so much a secret, but rather a matter of doing for others what makes you happy.
I’m sorry that it’s all just a mind thing.
That mind is very important! Thank you very much, Takky. Lastly, please give a message to the new families who have moved in. .
At first, you may feel nervous because there are many people you don’t know. But that’s why there’s something I’d really like NEWFAMILY to try! That is, please come to the kitchen at dinner time when many people can see each other! Don’t stay in your room and eat. If you go to a dinner party before you get used to it, you’ll get along with everyone ! ⇦This is true!
Thank you for the interview, Takky!
We’re looking for the real voices of house families so that new family can move in with a feeling of safety.
What was it like when you first moved in? How did you get used to it? What do you think is the most important thing? We would like to hear from you and create an opportunity to connect House families with new House families. The NEW FAMILY LETTER is a three-part series.Don’t miss it!
＜NEW FAMILY LETTER vol.1＞ Tips for House Communication
＜NEW FAMILY LETTER vol.2＞ Tips on house cleanliness and manners
＜NEW FAMILY LETTER vol.3＞ Tips on how to think when problems occur in the house