What They Don’t Tell You About Apartment Hopping In NYC

New Yorkers have a habit of becoming apartment hoppers. Sometimes, it’s because they can’t afford the rent. Other times it’s because they had a bad roommate. Whatever the reason may be, it’s a common trend. But it’s not an easy trend to follow. Jumping between apartments has it’s challenges, especially in a crazy city like…

7 NYC Startups Making Your Holiday Shopping Easier

We’ve scoured the internet to find the best gifts for everyone on your shopping list this holiday season—all from fellow NYC startups.   December in New York City means Christmas trees peeking through office lobby doors, multi-colored lights strung around fire escapes, and flocks of doe-eyed tourists peering into Macy’s windows. It’s the time of…

10 Things Every Millennial In New York Can Relate To

New York City is the most diverse community in the country. Every aspect of the city is unique in it’s own way. From the people you’ll meet to the places you’ll go – there’s an adventure waiting on every corner. But being a New Yorker isn’t easy, especially as a millennial. If you’re a millennial…

What I Wish I Would’ve Known Before I Signed A 12-Month Lease

You just graduated college, got a job in a big city, and are eager to move into a place of your own. Inflated Hollywood budgets have painted lavish visions of 20-something city living. Plush sofas enthrone well-dressed friends. Fire escapes overlook city lights. The local coffee shop dishes out your regular order. Coworkers motivate your…

How Duane Reade Knew My Housing History Better Than I Did

Do you ever get freaked out by how much machines know about us? Like when online stores know that you’ve “forgotten” something in your cart. Or chrome auto-fills a web form with your name, address, phone number, credit card, mother’s maiden name, and what you ate for lunch.  A friend told me recently that the…

The Struggles Of Moving In New York City

Moving in New York City is unlike anything else – it can be a real pain. Sure it’s exciting to move to a new neighborhood but the whole process itself is not easy. Typically you can’t start looking until a month or weeks before so that’s stressful in itself having to do it so last…

5 Workout Classes that are Trending In NYC Right Now

The holidays are here! Which means an increase in calorie consumption is inevitable. Before your jeans become unforgiving and you have that awkward run-in with your high-school ex, hit the streets and try one of these hottest workout classes in NYC. Rumble Boxing Rumble, a popular circuit-style boxing class, has been popping up all over…

Win $500! #BedlyNeighborhood Instagram Contest

@Bedly is kicking of our 2nd Instagram contest where you will have the chance to win $500, earn Bedly swag, and be featured on Bedly’s Instagram! We’d like to see what you love about any of our Bedly neighborhoods! Our favorite is The Bakeshop by Whoops in Williamsburg. Delicious treats and very Insta worthy. These…

Tips For Commuting Through Train Delays

Being a New Yorker means eating breakfast on the go and relying on the subway to get to work. The MTA is one of the largest public transportation systems in the country. It’s also the oldest, and definitely not perfect. Unfortunately, the subway gets delayed on a regular basis. It can be a real set-back,…

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…