Moving in with a significant other is definitely a big step and you both need to be ready for it. Your life will change dramatically, but if you find a way to make it work, it can be the most beautiful time of your life. If you used to see your partner a few times a week, now you will see a lot more of them, and the transition is not always easy.
If we take a look back at how 2020 went, couples who chose to move in together this year went from living alone to living 24/7 with their significant other, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, it was also a stressful and harsh time for mankind altogether thanks to the coronavirus, but even more challenging for those couples who moved in for the first time with a partner.
However, I am sure that quarantine had its very good parts for those who managed to create a stronger bond and spend quality time together inside their homes. After all, living with your significant other can be very fun, even though it has its own set of challenges, too.
Also, moving in with someone is a major commitment, and you need to be ready for it. According to the National Center for Family and Marriage Research, 66 percent of married couples have moved in together before deciding to get married, so you can see why is such an important step.