|Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house, 1890s by Wystan|
When priorities change, so should the state of ones living space. To illustrate, stubing your toe on car parts at the base of your bed in the middle of the night on the way to the communal toilet does not matter so much when you and most of your association are drunk, as would mistaking one of your fraternity brother's room for the communal toilet. In fact, these items would probably increase your social status. As would killing your superior monkey if you lived in a zoo. Ok, you get it.
Note: Concerned that planning the post-frat space will make it appear less manly? Touché monsieur! These tips will assure any visitor that a human man lives there indeed. If the idea still chews at you, here is a solution: throw in something decidedly manly, like houndstooth or a moose head.
Now, how to access what the frat alum in your life (or you!) needs: Simply look where everything lands, group like things together, and then find solutions for each pile. Everything has a place and everything in it's place. Easy right? Give it a try and check back next week for part two of this post, 10 Must-Haves for the Fraternity Alum in Your Life.