Renting a big truck can be difficult, expensive, and inconvenient—but how else are you going to move that 8’ x 15’ table to your sweet new apartment? Don’t fret. Moving without a truck is definitely possible; it just takes a little ingenuity and patience.
New furniture can be a huge financial burden—not to mention the inconvenience of moving it around from place to place. When you’re under 30, you need a solution that matches your lifestyle. Renting furniture can help you live your best life. This checklist will show you why!
Believe in yourself. Work hard. Never give up. These are some important words of wisdom for anyone looking to achieve their dreams, but we want to add, “Rent your furniture” to this list. How do you become one of those impressive people that turn their big dreams into reality?
It’s that time of year again! Summer is coming to a close, which means it’s time to swap beach bags filled with pool stuff for backpacks filled with school stuff. Between gearing up for classes, moving back to campus, and adjusting to a new schedule, there’s a lot to handle.
If you think furnished apartments aren’t on-trend, think again. Living stylishly is one of the many advantages of renting a furnished apartment! From picking throw pillows to the season’s cutest patterns for your doormat, find out how to flip any furnished apartment into a home that feels absolutely fabulous.
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!
Whether it’s your mom, friend, or new significant other that happens to “pop in,” it’s bound to happen: someone will want to see your apartment. Bachelor pads have the stigma of being very “Bond-esque,” but how practical is a secret door that’s hidden behind a sleek bookshelf? Here are some tips on how to pull off a bachelor pad when you’re not saving the world (but could easily be mistaken for trying).