While jet-setting around the globe may seem glamorous, all the steps leading up to takeoff aren’t always a slice of heaven. Packing a suitcase, navigating an unfamiliar city and hailing down a taxi or Uber are all stressful. Fortunately, a few practical travel tips and tricks can make your trips
Maximizing Dorm Space Living in a dorm room tests your space-saving and sharing skills like nothing else. One small room serves as a bedroom, study, living room, and kitchenette for you and maybe another person. That’s close quarters. For roommate harmony and to simply have space to walk around, you
There’s no doubt about it — college is expensive. If you’re living off campus and looking to ease some of your financial burden, you may decide to look for a roommate to help split living expenses. A roommate usually makes financial sense, but living with the wrong person can cause
Millennials — those born between the early 1980s and late 1990s — generally want designer handbags, fun vacations, and high-quality furniture. However, student loan debt, mortgages, and car payments make it hard to pay cash for discretionary purchases. According to a 2017 survey by the National Endowment for Financial Education
Landing a new job is always an exciting time. But if the new position also means a new city, it may introduce some new stress. But moving for a job doesn’t have to be full of anxiety. Follow some of these tips and tricks to make moving to a new