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How To Save Money On Repairs And Handymans When In College

Minor malfunctions are a part of our daily lives. In many situations, we are not in a position to leave all repairs to experts. Sometimes it is useful to learn how to fix some malfunctions or to properly maintain the condition of your apartment or home. Not only will you gain useful knowledge and skills, […]

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Interesting Facts About Moving

When you are in college, you have to pack and often unpack, usually every semester for the first two years. Once you become an upperclassman, you might be fortunate enough to find an apartment where you can stay for a year, or maybe two years. No one finds enjoyment in moving, but there are interesting […]

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Best Ways to Move Long Distances

Are you looking for the best ways to move cross country? Whether you’re making your first-ever long-distance move or want to ensure your next move is as smooth as possible, we have the best tips for you to ensure everything goes as planned. Typically, moving across the country isn’t an easy job. It needs you […]

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Off to College? 4 Things Every Young Einstein Needs

Heading off to college is a monumental event that often comes with mixed emotions. If you are feeling both excited and anxious, rest assured that you are in good company. Being prepared for the new experiences and challenges that you will face in the weeks ahead can dramatically reduce your anxiety level. In the process, […]

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Our Full Guide to Packing for College (with Less Stress)

It’s finally here. You’ve been preparing for this all your life. You’re heading to college! While this is supposed to be an exciting event, it can be full of stress and difficult decisions. Where will you live? How will you pay your bills? What should you pack? We can’t answer all of those questions for […]

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How To Calmly Handle a Traffic Stop

Most drivers get pulled over by the police at least once in their life. Despite how common it is, a traffic stop can still be a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you’ve never been pulled over before. A police stop is a serious circumstance, but it’s not the end of the world. If you know what […]

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Things To Start Doing Once You Move Out on Your Own

Being on your own in your own place for the first time is one of the best parts of getting older. You have so much freedom and your own space to do with whatever you please. However, unfortunately, living on your own isn’t all fun. You have a lot of extra responsibilities when you have […]

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How to Pack for College: 4 Top Tips

College plans are up in the air for as long as the coronavirus crisis continues. But that won’t last forever, so planning for moving day still matters. Here are some suggestions about how to pack for college once campuses open and residential college life resumes. Lay Out Everything You Need—and Then Take Half of It […]

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The Dangers of Overloading Your Car as You Move Out

Moving out of your dorm may come as a sudden shock, whether you’re moving due to COVID-19’s spread or you’re otherwise unprepared to move. While it’s tempting to pack everything you had while on campus into your little four-door sedan and set off for home, this presents a real danger to you, your car, and […]