Hola ReloFans! Welcome to another edition of the ReloGeek Insider.

Valentines Day is coming up this Friday and because of my diet, I won’t be eating any chocolates. So make sure that when you’re eating your delicious chocolates, you eat some for me!

Ok so in my previous video, “How to Move Out Your Parents House” was not only a big hit, but I received so many emails from you guys asking tons of great questions. I knew I wanted to address some of your questions here, but I couldn’t decide which one to choose. I ended up randomly choosing a question and the winner for this weeks episode is,

“Job Advice That’ll Help You Move Out Your Parents House Without Looking Back “

Let me ask you a question; Are you currently living at home, jobless but with BIG DREAMS of moving out your parents house?

Or maybe you’re in the midst of your last year in college with only a few months before you graduate and have dreams of moving across the country?

Well keep listening because by the end of this post, you will be armed with some actionable steps you can take but it doesn’t stop there. I’m going to let you in on a little secret most college graduates don’t know.

In the previous video on how to move out your parents house, I explained to you the 3 super simple steps you must take before you move out- {if you haven’t seen it, you can watch it here.} Without boring all of you who are familiar with that episode, I won’t go too in depth about the process. In that video, I mentioned the importance of having a plan and being prepared for your move. So the question I received in response to that was,

“How do you get a job without moving out first?”

This was such a great question and thanks for asking it and believe it or not, the answer is simple.


You have to get a job first and it’s easier than you think. Just watch this weeks episode

“Job Advice That’ll Help You Move Out Your Parents House Without Looking Back .”

{and a teeny little tip that most graduates do not know}

Moving out is a scary feeling, but don’t feel that you’re alone. Every one of us had to start in the same place as you- not knowing where to start or what to do. Fear of being broke, bad credit, having to move back home or worst, winding up living on the streets. Good news is, if you take these tips and apply them to your life, you’re setting yourself up to succeed.

Now I would like to hear from you. What steps did you take to get a job and how long did you have to save to move out your parents house? Leave your stories in the comments below.

Thanks for watching and have a Happy Valentines Day!

See you next week.

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