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4 Rules for Buying First Apartment Furniture
4 Rules for Buying First Apartment Furniture

4 Rules for Buying First Apartment Furniture

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Furnishing your first apartment is a big budget item and it’s easy to make costly mistakes if you don’t plan carefully before heading to the store. If you follow these four rules, you can save big hassles and lot of money later on. 1. Decide if you plan to keep the furniture for one year…
BLOGGERS WANTED!
BLOGGERS WANTED!

BLOGGERS WANTED!

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Some of our blogger team members are heading off to graduate school and big new jobs, so we are again looking to add new writers to our team. Apartment Hunter Blogger: You are just starting to look for your first apartment and want to share the experience with our 250,000+ monthly readers.  You may be a 2017 new…
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Happy New Year from the My First Apartment team. May 2017 bring your health, happiness and much success!
Happy Holidays!
Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Happy holidays from your friends at My First Apartment! Whatever you celebrate, may your holiday be full of family, friends, love and laughter. And presents, of course!  
Holiday Tipping 2016
Holiday Tipping 2016

Holiday Tipping 2016

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Learning to tip is just another one of the lessons in adult life you have to learn when you move into your first apartment. Whom to tip? How much? Here are some basics you can use as you tipping guide: Super Tipping your super can bring you goodwill for the next year. $50-$100 is a…
Is This Still Safe to Eat? Basic Rules for Storing Leftovers
Is This Still Safe to Eat? Basic Rules for Storing Leftovers

Is This Still Safe to Eat? Basic Rules for Storing Leftovers

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
It’s that time of the year again when you’ll be looking in your fridge and debating if you should risk one more turkey/stuffing/cranberry sauce sandwich. Before you take a bite, check out these general rules about storing perishables. How Long Can I Keep It? Refrigerate all perishable food within two hours, or one hour if…
How to Throw an Easy Last-Minute Thanksgiving Dinner Party
How to Throw an Easy Last-Minute Thanksgiving Dinner Party

How to Throw an Easy Last-Minute Thanksgiving Dinner Party

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
It’s your first Thanksgiving away from your family and the budget does not allow you to go home. Instead of getting depressed and crying into your sushi dinner after a lonely movie, throw your own last-minute Thanksgiving dinner party. The menu planning is a breeze, and by now it’s a truly casual invite so nobody…
BLOGGERS WANTED!
BLOGGERS WANTED!

BLOGGERS WANTED!

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
We are again looking to add new bloggers to our team. Apartment Hunter Blogger: You are just starting to look for your first apartment and want to share the experience with our 250,000+ monthly readers.  You may be a 2016 new graduate about to move into your first place, or you may have been living with two older roommates…
How Much Rent Can I Afford on My Hourly Pay?
How Much Rent Can I Afford on My Hourly Pay?

How Much Rent Can I Afford on My Hourly Pay?

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
The basic target rent formula that landlord’s use is annual before-tax income divided by 40. When you are on a straight salary estimating the number is easy. However, if your are getting paid hourly, budgeting your maximum affordable rent is a bit more complicated and you have to factor in both your hours and hourly…