Now that classes have started up and your child has to start getting back and forth to campus, the reality of doing it every day, rain or shine, becomes much more present.
The first rainy, snowy, or even icy day isn’t far off, and the university isn’t going to shut down just because the students...Read More »
The time has finally come: your child is ready to live on their own in their first college apartment.
While the dorms may have prepared them for being away from home, living in an apartment is a totally different deal—preparing meals, cleaning, and (sometimes) furnishing the place is now...Read More »
It’s finally all said and done: your child has moved out, leaving you with an empty nest. What are you supposed to do now?Read More »
Wouldn’t it be nice if apartments came with a stocked fridge?
Unfortunately, it seems like that’s going to be another responsibility your child has to tackle on their own.Read More »
Paying rent for an apartment is expensive on its own, but what about the things you may not consider when you sign the lease?Read More »
If you’ve never had to rent an apartment before, whether it be for yourself or for your child, understanding the little details about a lease is crucial when deciding where would be best for your child to live.Read More »
It’s finally time--your child is ready to live completely on their own in their first apartment as an adult!Read More »