How to Solve Landlord and Roommate Problems

How to Solve Landlord and Roommate Problems

There are undeniable benefits to apartment living, but there are just as definitely cons. Roommate and landlord problems seem to be a reoccurring theme in many apartment living horror stories. Today, we share three true stories on the subject for all our renting veterans, current renters and soon-to-be apartment dwellers.

If you’re one of the readers who relates to these problems personally, don’t worry, we have some apartment living tips and furniture solutions just for you.

5 Ways to be Kind on World Kindness Day

How to Celebrate World Kindndess Day

Forget every other holiday you celebrate because World Kindness Day is the only day that matters (except maybe National Relaxation Day).
On November 13, people around the world will participate in the day that celebrates making connections with the people around us. Here are five easy ways you can participate in World Kindness Day!

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How to Host Your First Friendsgiving

Get tips and tricks on hosting your first friendsgiving

So, you’re thinking about hosting your first friendsgiving this year. Well, buckle up because this isn’t your granny’s Thanksgiving. This is friendsgiving! It’s a time to kick back and spend quality time with your honorary “family” in a fun, laid back environment.

To properly show how to host a friendsgiving, we teamed up with one of our visual designers, Brandon Roush. Below, he shares décor advice, nametag ideas and tips on preparing for your first friendsgiving.

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Thanksgiving DIY: How to Make Colorful Leaf Mason Jars

Make This Fall DIY Craft from Homemakers

Create a glowing focal point in your home with this colorful, DIY Thanksgiving craft. It works perfectly as a fireplace mantel accent, porch décor or a Thanksgiving table decoration. Plus, you can fill these Mason jars with tea lights, fairy lights or even use them as silverware holders when guests come over for the holiday feast.

4 DIY Maintenance Tips for New Homeowners

Tips for New Homeowners

Buying your first home is a momentous life event and one you’ll remember for a long time. But owning a home is also a lot of work. The joys of homeownership may last for a while, but without fail, something will eventually, well, fail. It’s inevitable. A little proactive work can help for when things do go wrong. Here are four DIY tips every new homeowner should do that will prevent headaches in the future.