By Allison Hache Mom's house and the dorms come with everything you need to survive — including having the bills paid. Here's everything a college student needs to know before living
You’re finally ready to move out of the dorms and into your first college apartment. Congratulations! This is an exciting moment in your life that you’re sure to look back on fondly. You’ll never forget this first apartment, so make sure it’s perfect for you.
It has been a particularly brutal winter in many parts of the country. Even in the comfort of a warm apartment in the company of family and friends, winter brings about unique challenges – dealing with being cooped up inside, staying exercise-inspired, worrying about the heating bill, and staying cold- or flu- free.
Whether you are home staging, painting a new apartment, or giving your house a makeover, color schemes can present a problem when giving your home a spruce. You want your space to have enough variety that it is interesting, but you don’t want it to look like you used every color in the Crayola box.
CORT Furniture can cover all student furniture rental needs, but when it comes to finding a place to fit all of your stuff into your new living arrangement, you may have discovered your first challenge! CORT Facebook friend, Krista Weaver, says that “storage, storage, storage!” is the key to organization, and we definitely agree.