There are on-base housing options for both single service members and for those with families. When facing PCS moves, many active duty members choose to live in military housing. The following comparison will give you some perspective and, hopefully, aid in making the correct choice for you and your family.
Sometimes you have to go on a long TDY, PCS or deployment and it might be more cost effective to move out of your place and put your belongings in storage. Here are a few cost-effective tips for securing self-storage units that protect your belongings and your wallet.
Charlotte's best schools are found in one very clearly defined area: The southeastern part of town. This geographic trend is one of the more striking we've found throughout our series of articles using GreatSchools ratings. This means that the majority of…
If you’ve made the switch to green cleaners, you’ve made a smart, healthy choice for yourself and your household. And if you choose to DIY your own cleaning solutions, even better! Making your own cleaners is cheaper, healthier and better for the environment than buying toxic commercial cleaners. Even if you’re not crafty, don’t be daunted by the DIY process. In fact, there’s only one ingredient you really need to make most DIY cleaners: Vinegar. It’s a wonder solution for killing germs and removing odors. But let’s be honest: It doesn’t smell great. Fortunately, you can take advantage of vinegar’s cleaning power without that pickled smell. Here’s how to make your own citrus vinegar cleaning spray.
Ready to start looking for your new apartment? Finding your perfect place to live doesn’t have to be an ordeal. By getting yourself organized in advance, starting your apartment search and locating your new home can actually be fairly easy. Not sure where to start? Take a look at our checklist to ensure you’re fully prepared to set out on your apartment hunting journey.
Deciding whether to live on or off the Clemson University campus is a big decision, and a highly personal one. There's no real right or wrong answer (except financially). Either living arrangement can be great; both have their pros and cons. You just want to make the best decision for you, your Clemson lifestyle and your budget.
When it comes to the best dog breeds for apartments, we have to lead with a disclaimer: just about any breed – or a wonderful “Heinz 57” mutt from the pound – can make a great apartment dog, but there are certain breeds that, traditionally, do well in multifamily living environments. So here’s a list of some of the best apartment dogs if you’re considering adding a furry roommate to your apartment life.
When you’re apartment hunting, there are a lot of big-picture considerations — the neighborhood, the commute to work, size of the apartment, your budget, pet policies and more. Most people on the search are attracted to hardwood floors over carpets, but what many people fail to realize is that hardwood floors are not necessarily always better. Here are some of the pros and cons to consider while apartment hunting.