Moving away for the first time can be a scary, yet exciting thing in life. There are freedoms and the...
Time for new beginnings.
Suddenly your laundry doesn't fold itself.
To many, living alone seems ideal: You get your own personal space, you can finally decorate your home or apartment ...
They’re upping your rent, again.
Moving to a new city can be exhilarating, if you know what to expect.
It amazes me how quickly things change when you move to a new city. It happens when you go off to college, but the changes seem more drastic now.
Recent events in my life have caused me to pick up my life in the South and relocate to Manhattan. Totally awesome, right? Right!
For the past two weeks, I’ve been running around like a chicken with its head cut off trying to prepare...
Graduating with a nursing degree and no clue where to move when you graduate? Tuffy Luv even has answers for that!
This past Saturday I finally moved into my new apartment with my old best friend. We started out apartment hunt June 1st…looked at over 20 apartments, and finally found one we liked. It's a work in progress.
In the spirit of being a post-grad and in lieu of the New Year, I have decided to jump start 2011 in a major way. I’m moving. Again.
I was born in Quincy, Illinois. I moved to Abilene, Texas when I was eight years old when my mom was offered a huge promotion from the company she worked for. I moved to Austin, Texas for college when I was eighteen, which is where I am now. And then a year ago, the company my mom had worked for for 21 years laid her off (damn recession).
As much as I love being single (and I promise I do. I mean not THAT much has changed since last week), I do have to acknowledge that there are a few aspects of being single that suck.
Does anyone else find it highly disturbing that it’s not even August and the networks are rolling out the “Back to School” specials and commercials? Maybe I’m just in denial, maybe I want summer to stretch on forever, but it definitely seems too soon to head back to school.