Moving from Dorms to an Apartment

Congratulations! Your days of communal bathrooms, mini-fridges and twin sized beds are over. Moving from the dorms to an apartment requires a little extra planning. Before embarking on your college move, keep some of these things in mind: New Expenses Keeping track of bills is important. When living in the dorms, students often pay everything as a […]

College Moving Hacks [VIDEO]

The semester is coming to an end and it’s time to move out and begin your summer adventure. Before you do this, you’ll need to pack up your belongings and arrange your summer living situation. Saving time and money when moving will require the right tools and a plan. We suggest multi-use packing products such […]

College Moving Tips: Moving Out Timeline (INFOGRAPHIC)

Moving out of college can be stressful and usually it must be done several times during college.  Whether you are moving back to your hometown for the summer, studying abroad, moving out of the dorm, transferring to a new school or just moving into a new apartment there are many things that must be planned before […]

College Moving Tips: What Type of College Move are You? (Flowchart)

Typically students move several times during college.  Whether you are graduating, moving to college, studying abroad or off for one of the school breaks, chances are, you are “on the move”.  It is hard to remember every supply or service you need in the midst of all your other scholarly responsibilities.  Every move and mover […]

College Moving Tips: Small Cross-Country Moves with a Car

When students are off to college, most of the time, they will want to bring their car with them. Aside from the obvious reason that they will need transportation to bring them around and out of campus, they want to bring a piece of home with them. A crucial decision you need to make will […]

College Moving Tips: Temporary Storage

Are you a college student heading home for break or maybe even traveling abroad? Regardless of your situation, you may be a little stressed and might need some help. Here is an overview of services that will help alleviate the stress and headache of moving and storing your items to and from college. Services like Collegeboxes let you […]

College Moving Tips: Small Cross-Country Move Without a Car

With the end of year approaching quickly (along with finals and graduation…) you probably don’t have time to think about the logistics of how you are going to move back home or to your new “big kid” job. To make matters worse, you don’t own a car. No car, no problem; we figured it out […]

How to Handle a Roommate Issue

So, you’ve already found a roommate and a place to live, packed up your stuff and moved into your new place. As you’re probably aware, living with someone else can be tricky at times and it definitely requires give-and-take. You won’t always get along, but there are a few things you can do to avoid […]

20 Things to Pack for Coachella

Music festival season is in full swing and it’s time to learn the basics. If you’re planning on camping out at Coachella, make sure the necessary precautions have been taken. This list of things to pack for Coachella is sure to get you prepared for the exhilarating weekend ahead: Empty Non-Metallic Water Bottle : There are several […]

Top 5 Spring Break Destinations In North America

When planning your spring break vacation, it can be hard to choose from the many options that exist these days. A big factor to consider is what you want to do when you get where you’re going. Every spot on this list has plenty of nightlife and bars to choose from, so we are going […]

Making the Most of Your Spring Break

How do you plan to spend your spring break? If you’re in college maybe you’re debating the hottest destinations or if your a parent you’re trying to figure out how to keep the kids busy. Regardless of your situation, you have options. A week off your regular schedule can be very well spent. Keep reading […]

Apps to Use with Roommates

Living with other people will take some extra organization, especially if you are living with multiple people. There is much to keep track of. For example, rent, utilities, chores and groceries are some areas that get lost in translation. Moving arrangements will also need to be coordinated with your roommates. Most people don’t have time […]