4 Budget-Friendly New York Bars that Also Serve Free Food

Living in New York is an awesome experience — but it can also be a pricey one. However, if you want to enjoy all that New York nightlife has to offer without adding too much stress to your wallet, you’re not out of luck. There are some great bars in New York that you can…

7 Things to Make Moving Into Your New Apartment Easy

Moving into a new apartment (especially if you’re new to a city) can be daunting. But, if you feel overwhelmed and all on your own — fear not. Over 35 million Americans move each year, and many have experienced the same pains, struggles, fears and frustrations. Luckily, if you have a move coming up there…

Finding an Apartment in New York City

New York City is famous for having everything a person could want right within the borders of the five boroughs. It has world-class restaurants, unrivaled entertainment, countless shopping options, educational institutions and so much more. However, while New York has endless perks, it also has its fair share of challenges. One of the most challenging…

Tips for Living With NYC Roommates

1. Sharing Common Spaces No matter how small your new apartment in NYC is, you probably have some kind of common space. It could be an actual living room but, more likely than not, it’s a small space with just enough room for a couch and a little flat screen. This area is probably going…

New City, New You: Navigating Your New Home

Whether you’ve moved for work, school or just to take on an adventure, starting over in a new place can be intimidating and exciting. Starting over in a new city without friends or family can be scary, but it can also be the perfect chance to find yourself and make new friends you never would…

Where to Live in NYC

Young people gravitate to NYC and its environs to launch careers with their newly minted college degrees. Areas like Jersey City, Brooklyn and the Upper East Side/Harlem are great for young professionals. All of these offer tons of amenities; super-cool coffee shops and restaurants, abundant nightlife, good transportation and reasonable rents. Jersey City Living in…

Tips for Meeting People in a New City

It can be overwhelming to strike up new friendships and dating when you move to a city such as NYC or Boston. But look at it this way: You’re not really starting from scratch. For example, you can tap into your college’s alumni branch and join clubs for hobbies you’ve had for a long time….