Once the movers bring all of your belongings to your new apartment, you still have some important details to sort through before you can truly feel at home.
Do you love moving? Though moving takes effort, many people love the challenge and look forward to an opportunity to start over. If you have moved, you may have realized that these challenges can turn into advantages.
At the beginning of a new calendar year, it means tax time for the previous year is right around the corner. Whether you wait until April 15 to file or prefer to do everything in advance, the whole process will be so much easier if you're prepared when the deadline rolls around. Better yet, have everything together and beat the rush at your accountant’s office and the post office, and vow to file your taxes in advance this year. You’ll still have until April 15 to pay them. To prepare for tax time, follow the steps below to make sure the only surprise at tax time is how much of a refund you’ll receive.
It’s normal to feel attached to your possessions. Try as you might to think that your stuff is just stuff, it’s not — there’s a psychological reason why everything you collect in life means so much.
Maintaining a neat and orderly home office can be a challenge. A home office can easily become a catch-all for the rest of your home's clutter. Next thing you know, you can't find that bill that must be paid, or last year's tax returns.
It’s time to move, but you don’t necessarily want to move every last bit of the clutter you’ve had hanging around your soon-to-be-former residence for years. Decluttering can help make your move easier and your new apartment set-up simpler, as…
Whether you’re leaving home to find your first apartment or just want to save some money, downsizing from a house to an apartment can be overwhelming if you aren’t prepared.new apartment allow pets? Will your unit come with a garage or storage space? By finding the right information before hand and devising a game plan to deal with your accumulated belongings, you can stay sane while downsizing. Here's how.
While having a child can add so much joy to a parent’s life, these little loved ones also bring certain challenges – including the spatial needs for a family. Living in a rental with a child can feel cramped and cluttered. If you have a child who loves playing with toys, but you don't have a lot of space in your home, there are some simple solutions you can employ to keep your kids’ favorite toys organized and accessible. Want to know more about the best toy storage solutions? We've compiled a list of 4 helpful tips to keep your kids' toys easy to access and out of the way.
One of the biggest shortcomings of many small apartments is the amount of storage space they offer. Or rather, the lack of storage space. In fact, in many cases, it's not uncommon for small apartments to have a single storage…