Living in a small room is almost inevitable when you begin college. Sometimes apartment living can be cramped—especially when living with a roommate—and dorm rooms are even smaller. Nevertheless, you will have your own space, so working with a small
The inexpensive gift of giving back to your community is the perfect Christmas gift, which is guaranteed to make your heart grow two sizes. The end of the fall semester draws near, which means Christmas is right around the corner.
At some point or another, your time at an apartment will end and the steps you take over the course of your stay will determine whether you get your security deposit back or not. If you abide by a few
When it comes to setting party hosting guidelines, not only do you need to consider the enjoyment of the guests, but also the comfort of your neighbors. One of the great things about having your own space is the opportunity
Moving into a college apartment can be a lonely experience, especially after you have finished moving most of your belongings into your new home and have the place all to yourself. Once all the boxes, furniture and other items are
Moving in can be a stressful, albeit exciting experience. However, in order for the move-in process to go as smoothly as possible, you need to be organized. If you’re moving in for summer semester, you most likely won’t have a
There’s nothing quite like moving into your first apartment, meeting your first roommate who’s not a family member and spending your days surrounded by people in what might be a loud apartment. Unfortunately, all that fun can really hamper you when
Many college students have experienced the imaginary “line down the middle of the room” meant to create privacy scenario. Whether you saw it on TV or lived through it yourself, you understand what a line of duct tape across the floor symbolizes. You