Sign In

How to Successfully Move Back in with Your Parents

Last updated 5 years ago

A move back to your parent’s house is one you might not have seen yourself making. If you are temporarily relocating back to the house in which you grew up, use these tips to ease the transition:

Set Some Ground Rules
Behaviors and expectations of the past do not work when you return to your parent’s house as an adult. Before the moving men bring your belongings to their house, have a conversation about what everyone expects from the situation. It is not realistic for your parents to expect you to abide by a curfew, for example, but it is also poor behavior on your part to make a lot of noise if you come home late at night. You should also be prepared to do your own laundry and cleaning.

Pay Your Way
Although most people move back home to save money, there are certain areas where you can help out financially. Offer to pay for your own groceries or pay rent each month. Talk to your parents before the move to decide if there are financial areas to which you can contribute.

Set Goals
If you move back home and never work toward anything, you might end up staying a lot longer than you had originally anticipated. Before you hire a moving company to relocate your belongings, decide on a basic timeline for living with your parents. You should also come up with financial and career goals that encourage you to move on to the next step of your life.

Men on the Move is here to help with all of your Long Island moving needs. Whether you are moving back home or across the country, our movers are responsible and reliable, and can make sure you get to your new home with minimal hassle. To learn more, visit us online or call us at (516) 773-6683.  


  • Loading comments... Spinner
Do you like Men On The Move Moving & Storage?

Moving Tips

Click here to learn more.


  • Recent Posts
    • Loading posts... Spinner
  • View All
  • Recent Comments
    • Loading comments... Spinner
  • Related Links
  • Popular Tags
    • Loading tags... Spinner