Warm apple pie, a rousing baseball game, and the fourth of July – there’s nothing more American. And with the latter holiday coming up, there’s no better time to celebrate, especially in our nation’s capitol. Check out some baseball, and heck, maybe eat some pie too, at these awesome events coming up on fourth of July weekend in Washington D.C.! Read the rest of this entry »
‘City Living’ Category
Welcome to summer. With cookouts, parties, beaches, and fun in the sun highlighting this season, there is no better time to escape the confines of your apartment and go have a great time. But, when it come to fun in the sun, some cities have a leg up on the competition. If you are looking for a great time this summer, look no further than these metros for fun, relaxation, and affordability. Read the rest of this entry »
There’s a new workplace reality and it doesn’t involve a cubicle. More and more people are pursuing work from home opportunities and choosing to take this lifestyle to a new level. Enter: the digital nomad. These individuals leverage technology to work remotely and live an independent, nomadic lifestyle. From freelance writing to massage therapy, opportunities abound for apartment-run businesses.
These forward-thinkers don’t want to be tied down with moving expenses, shipping, furniture storage, and in some cases, long-term payment plans associated with financing a dream-couch-that-doesn’t-fit-in-your-new-Parisian-loft. Renting a furnished apartment is the perfect solution for people who want to live comfortably and stylishly, but never be tied down. Here are some of the major benefits to choosing furnished digs. Read the rest of this entry »
2015: heavy-duty grilling tongs
2016: a cute rubber ducky tie
2017: a new wrench?
Father’s Day is June 18th! Are you ready? While pampering mom on Mother’s Day seems so easy—flowers and breakfast and bed—taking care of dad is always a little harder. How do we say thank you to the man in our life who can fix everything from leaky faucets to broken hearts, all the while armed with some truly terrible jokes?
This year, it’s time to ditch that last-minute Target run in favor of something a little more personal, a memory you can both cherish (or laugh about!) for years to come. Take the chance to bond with pops over shared passions this June in one of the most culturally diverse cities in the south: Atlanta, with all of these fantastic things to do with every type of dad! Read the rest of this entry »
With summer quickly approaching, it’s time to get down to the nitty-gritty. If your internship’s in town, that’s great! But what if it isn’t? Many internships can take you clear across the country for just a few short months, costing you a pretty penny in short-term housing. But have no financial fear—with a little creative spending (and saving), you can still have the summer of your dreams! Read the rest of this entry »
Graduation is almost here! You’ve spent four years working, studying, and building the perfect resumé. Ready to prove all that effort was worth it? Once you’ve landed that interview, make sure you ace it with our helpful interviewing tips! (Psst! Then we’ll help you ace your apartment search!) Read the rest of this entry »
It’s easy to take the little things for granted. When’s the last time you paused everything for a song that really spoke to your soul, or went outside to just soak up some sunshine? It’s never too late to start truly living, and Earth Day is a great excuse to appreciate those not-so-hidden treasures once again.
Every April 22, we take a moment to appreciate all of the amazing things our planet provides for us (sunny days, beautiful flowers, coffee beans—the list is limitless!) and give back. So what are you going to do? Sure, you could go with a classic Earth Day activity: plant a tree or compost last night’s dinner scraps. But what if you could thank Mother Earth with something a little less messy and a little more long-term? Read the rest of this entry »
Tax Day is almost here! Have you been putting your taxes off? Don’t worry – you definitely aren’t alone. Make sure your returns are filed on time by enlisting a bit of help. Check out this handy list of places where you can get last-minute tax prep help, often for free! Read the rest of this entry »
Face it: your parents, while so generous for letting you stay, aren’t exactly your ideal roommates. And your other options range from “friends who would be terrible to live with” and “random people on Craigslist that scare you a little.” When it’s finally time to cut the cord and live on your own though, you may wonder, “Can I afford to live on my own?” Check out these tips to find out how you can better prepare for solo apartment living and plan for the costs that you may have overlooked! Read the rest of this entry »
It didn’t take long after the conference title games for residents of both cities heading to the football championship to start arguing over which city is better. For Boston, this is just “once more unto the breach,” whereas for Atlanta, this is only the second time they’re competing in the final NFL game of the season (last time was in 1999, but they were defeated by Denver). Both are proud cities with storied traditions of sports and apartment-style living. So which city will bring home the trophy? Read the rest of this entry »