You finally found the perfect apartment and are all set to move in. You have the list of must-haves that you compiled with your new roommate. Unfortunately, sometime the list of things you really want exceeds the things you can
Do you love clutter and feeling like you don’t have a space for everything in your tiny apartment? Of course, not! Chances are though, if you’re living in a small college apartment you might feel that way, but there’s not reason
As a college student, chances are there are two things you’re concerned with when it comes to decorating your apartment: cost and decorating it the way you like. When these two things seem to come into conflict, it can be discouraging.
College can be a scary experience. You have harder classes than you probably had in high school. Add to that the uncertainty which comes with living away from your parents and it can be tempting to live at home while
Life in your new college apartment has been going extremely well: you and your roommate get along and no major disagreements have popped up. However, you’ve met a girl or boy you really like that your roommate simply can’t stand and
Whether you live in the dorms, an apartment or another form of student housing, the right kitchen appliances can make life much easier. Sure, there’s a cafe on campus or you could stop at Starbucks, but when time or money is
You know what they say – if you don’t have an annoying friend in your clique… You might be the annoying friend! Luckily, this isn’t always true in student housing, but it makes you wonder, how do you know if
College can be a scary experience. You have harder classes than you probably had in high school. Add to that the uncertainty which comes with living away from your parents, and it can be tempting to live at home while
Finding a college apartment can be a scary, but exciting process. This is probably going to be your first apartment and you want it to be perfect. You will find out that locating the perfect apartment is easier said than done. Every
College is an exciting time for students. It’s a time of new-found freedom, experiences and friends. As a parent, it makes sense to worry that those new freedoms could lead to an unsafe environment and those concerns are not unfounded.