7 Things to Consider When Choosing a New Neighborhood

Choosing a neighborhood is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make when purchasing a new home. It determines your lifestyle; like whether or not you’re going to be driving a lot, the schools your kids go to, nearby amenities and what jobs you can take.  After you finish unpacking your moving truck, a neighborhood should […]

The 5 Best Music Cities to Move To

If you are reading this article, then chances are you’re looking to spice things up and find a new place to settle into, right? Well that’s perfect because we’re making your day-dreams a little bit easier to fulfill with our list of the five best music cities to move to! Pack your bags and your […]

8 Easy Ways to Up Your Curb Appeal Before Listing Your Home

  Curb appeal is exactly what it sounds like—how appealing your home is from the curb! When it comes time to sell your home before you move, what your home looks like from the street becomes even more important. It is, after all, the first impression prospective buyers will have of your house. No matter […]

Project Yellow Light Winner: Sam Senser

My name is Sam Senser, and I am the 2015 Project Yellow Light scholarship winner. It was the spring of 2014 when I, my friend Jake, and my brother Wrenn created the PSA that would eventually take me all the way to New York City. It was an experience I’ll never forget. While winning prizes […]

How to Pack for a Music Tour

For any artist, getting to travel the world while promoting your work is the dream, but sometimes once the dream becomes reality you can find yourself scratching your head when it comes time to packing. That’s why we’ve got you covered! Below are 5 tips for packing for tour, and if you’re prepping for your […]

How to Use Redfin to Buy a Home

In today’s real estate market, having the right online resource is just as important as having the right agent. The number of homes for sale has been at historic lows, which means prospective home buyers have to stay connected and well informed to be competitive. So how does the right real estate website make you […]

How to Create a DIY Music Event

If you’re a young musician then you know how crucial it is to host a good show, and chances are you probably know how hard it is to find a truly great local show. That’s why we’re giving you the keys to the kingdom on this one. Remember that old Bugs Bunny saying “if you […]

Driving: A Privilege and a Danger

Did you know that car crashes are the leading cause of death for 15 to 24-year-olds? It’s not gang rage, gun violence, teen suicide, or some horrific disease – it’s car crashes. That’s what’s killing our youth. In 2014 alone, over 32,000 Americans died in an automobile crash. It’s an epidemic, but it’s one we […]

How to Make a City Apartment Feel like Home

A house (or apartment) is only shelter. A home is a safe haven — one that encompasses your personality and provides just the right backdrop for memories to come. Once the moving boxes are unpacked, implement these tips on how to turn an average Joe apartment into a personalized space! Here are 8 gorgeous and surprisingly […]

5 Things To Remember When Moving Your Music Gear

Being a musician has it’s perks, but there are also times when you want to curse the day that you decided to pick up an instrument. Usually that happens when it’s time for a big move. Most musicians take pride in their instruments and work hard to keep them in good condition, but when embarking […]

6 Questions to Ask Your Realtor

Home buying is no easy to task. Thankfully, there are people who make their living by making it more manageable. Asking questions at all stages of the realtor-client relationship surely helps. The answers to these six questions, for example, will greatly assist you in assessing your realtor’s qualifications and skills. 1. How long have you […]

Road Trip Playlist for Your Move

One of the greatest subject matters in American literary history has been the road trip. Think about it, embarking on a journey from one coast to another, learning about your great nation, and of course learning about yourself – why wouldn’t it be so fun to read about? From Kerouac, to Steinbeck, the great American […]