Living with good roommates can be tricky but living with bad roommates can cause all sorts of tension and take a toll. Which is why we find it important to interview your potential roommate before signing a lease with them.
But even if you did interview them before becoming official roommates, things have changed. With everyone suddenly working from home, roommate etiquette isn't as cut and dry as it once was.
You no longer just have to see them in the morning when you're both on your way to work or in the evenings when you cross paths in the hallway. Now you see each other all day every day and on top of all the normal roommate things, you're now having to deal with making sure both of you are staying COVID safe.
Working from home has been a popular option over the years for various industries and positions. But it wasn’t until recently that working from home became a reality for every industry and position that had the ability to do so.
COVID-19 changed how a lot of businesses look at the way they conduct their companies while also causing people to look into a career change that would allow them to work from home.
Ever worried if living in an apartment means that working from home isn’t for you? Think again! While an apartment isn’t as spacious as a four-bedroom, two bath house, you can definitely utilize the space you have to successfully get your job done.
Staring to get a little stir crazy? Feel like you've already watched all Netflix has to offer...twice? Maybe you are just staring at your apartment wall wondering what you can do to pass the time and entertain yourself?
Are you dreaming of preparing gourmet meals, but with COVID-19 money is even tighter than it was before? With rent, utilities and other rental living expenses food is always something that seems to be adjusted, usually downward, in your monthly budget.
During normal times rental living can be financially stressful, but given the world's current climate it's especially stressful. While we're all on some kind of a budget, some planning and a few tips cooking can still be fun. There is also an abundant about of time to find and test out some tasty recipes!
Staying home requires you to adjust your routine and get used to a new "normal." No matter if you are a natural introvert or extrovert, staying cooped up without adjusting how you do things will have a negative impact on both your mind and body. This is why it's crucial that you take steps to take care of your mind and body while staying at home during this season.
We are in unprecedented times as the impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt around the world. With the Governor of California placing the state under a "shelter-in place" edict, it has affected everyone. People in our communities are having to figure out how to work from home, work fewer hours, and some are facing the reality of not working because their company has had to lay off employees or shut down completely.
Amidst these extremely difficult and continually changing times we want to be as helpful as possible and keep you up to date, try to make things as easy as possible, and answer your questions.