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
Whether you’re moving for a new job or you’re among the tribe of modern nomads who thrive on frequent changes of scenery, settling in after moving to a new city can be a real challenge. Stay true to your sense of style, but make things easy on yourself with these
Designing a creative space in your apartment takes a special blend of big ideas and smart furnishings. To get started, envision what you want. Jennifer Kennedy, the certified kitchen designer behind Kitchens by Kennedy, has been honing her interior design chops for 22 years. She suggests “the bottom line for