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Posted June 08, 2015 by

College Students: How to Take Care of Your Personal Items When You Are Out of School for the Summer

A group of young people on moving day

A group of young people on moving day. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Setting off for summer break is an exciting time for internships, summer fun and a break from the rigors of school. When it’s time to clear out of your dorm or campus housing, you may need to take all of your belongings with you. Since this can be difficult if you’re traveling across the country, the best option for most students is to get a small storage unit for their goods. The added advantage to a storage unit is that you can keep the unit during the year to store more valuable items. However, not all storage units are created equal, and you’re going to want to select one that can handle your needs. (more…)

Posted March 11, 2015 by

Choosing Best College Furniture and Dorm Decoration Ideas

University students moving in together

University students moving in together. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Parents who have their kids in college must be aware of the expenses incurred on this new venture of their children’s life. Smart people plan for their children’s future. When the time comes, parents have to deposit a huge amount of cash for their children’s education. Therefore, planning ahead of time is the need of the hour. Small expenses add up to a big amount in the end. Before your bank account starts to feel the pinch, you would prefer to learn more about college furniture rentals.

For parents whose children would be living on college campus, additional expenditures would not be a concern for them. Cost to be incurred on room and board would be included in a fee for every semester or quarter. Parents would not be burdened with surprise dues. Furthermore, a basic food plan would see your kid easily through the college year. Similar is the case if your child is living with you at home while he or she goes to college. Every penny saved is penny earned. Things get tricky when you have to select college furniture for your children. (more…)

Posted July 22, 2014 by

Do You Have an Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur? 5 Items Your Office Needs

If you have an entry level job as an entrepreneur, there are certain things you will need in your office.  Learn five items that are important for this space in the following post.

When starting your own business it is important to get everything right the first time round. There is no better place to start than in your office. Having a workspace, which suits your style of business and work ethic is vital. For the young crowd it is important that their workspace is a place

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Posted September 09, 2013 by

Always Sitting on Your Entry Level Job? What You Can Do About It

While it is nice to sit down and relax sometimes, it is not always most suitable in the workplace.  So, if you’re sitting around a lot on your entry level job, the following post has advice to get you up a little more.

Unless you’re a diving instructor or an elephant tamer, you probably have a pretty similar work day to mine. You walk into your office, walk a few feet and then sit down in a chair. And you probably stay in that chair for most of the day. Maybe you get up

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Posted August 28, 2013 by

Goodbye College, Hello Real Life: Apartment Advice for the Recently Graduated

goldfish jumping out of the waterIf you are one of the two million recent graduates that Forbes predicts will enter the workforce this year, you’ve probably thought about getting your own place. Living at home or with roommates is economical, but at some point, you just want the freedom of doing your own thing. When this time comes, keep these tips about style and safety in mind—college is behind you. There’s a new level of responsibility involved in getting your own place. (more…)