Roommate allergies are just one of the potential issues that you need to address in a shared-living environment. With allergies on the rise, you don’t just have to worry about who will vacuum this week. You may find yourself navigating life
Discussing roommate cleanliness early in your shared-living relationship, will help you avoid major disagreements in the future. You’ve followed all the advice for picking the perfect roommate. After a little time living together you notice that you and your roommate have
Whether you’re a new college student or an apartment veteran, you’re bound to encounter roommate quarrels. When it comes to apartment living, one of the most important things you need to understand is how to deal with a roommate situation. Here
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
Have you ever wondered if you are the worst type of roommate? Check out this awesome and hilarious video to see for yourself! Most of us have had at least one bad roommate in our life. They steal their food,
Every college apartment has its own eclectic mix of personalities, but understanding that mashup can help you navigate the precarious world of shared living space with aplomb. Look no further than Myers-Briggs Personality typing, which we’re pretty certain you’ve heard of
Living with other people can be difficult. Having a roommate who is a “loud lover” (to put it politely) is borderline infuriating. Should this be your first time living with new people, and should those people fall into the “loud
One of the major undoings for two good friends who become roommates can often be a community bathroom. This conflict can easily be toppled with a few simple rules. Scroll through and discover the oasis that is an operable community bathroom.
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.