The lack of a budget makes apartment living expensive and the expense of college living can lead to stress. If only someone had told you how expensive it’s to have your own apartment or maybe you should have listened when
Sure, living in a dorm is a major part of the college experience. After a semester, however, the lack of privacy, the small spaces, the constant interaction with hall-mates, the parking situation … well, the list goes on and on.
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
As your teenage children get ready for their time in college, money matters will be a constant subject. Teaching your children about student finances and how it will influence their college experience will allow you to foster transparency, as well as
When the time comes to decorate your college apartment, you may find yourself wandering the aisles of your local home decor stores, wondering how on earth you’re ever going to create anything that looks like what they have. You don’t
Spending the time on decorating your student apartment will enable you to truly make your college living environment your own space. Textbooks. Food. Rent. Transportation. With all of the expenses that new college students face, decorating an apartment might not
Many students choose to live in university housing their first year. However, once you’re used to your daily routine, you can move off-campus and get a student apartment. One of the benefits of moving off-campus, is that you’ll get more space for