Posts Tagged: move

My First Move: One Year Later
My First Move: One Year Later

My First Move: One Year Later

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Last week, I wrote about my experience during my first move. As I write this article, about a year has passed since I moved into my first apartment. This post is going to sound pretty cliche, but, hey, cliches exist for a reason, right? Honestly, I can’t believe how much my life has changed after a…
A Cross Country Adventure: 12 Lessons From My First Move
A Cross Country Adventure: 12 Lessons From My First Move

A Cross Country Adventure: 12 Lessons From My First Move

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Allow me to set the scene: It’s the middle of August, and classes start in three weeks. I’ve chosen my apartment, my grad school application was accepted, and now all that’s left is to actually move in. The goal: Move from a Philly suburb to Memphis Distance: Just shy of 1000 miles The duration: 2…
Things You Need on Move-In Day
Things You Need on Move-In Day

Things You Need on Move-In Day

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Packing to move is a pain, and it’s easy for even the most organized person to lose track of things and forget which box has what in it. The problem is, there are some things that are fairly vital as soon as you get to your new place, and you may not want to (or…
Budgeting For The Move to First Apartment
Budgeting For The Move to First Apartment

Budgeting For The Move to First Apartment

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Our guest blogger Dedreanna has taken out her calculator and figured out what her first apartment move will cost. “Budgeting For The Big Move  by Dedreanna We have started to budget for our big move.  As I mentioned in an earlier post after graduation my fiance and I are getting our first apartment with another couple. Because of this, most…
Making a Moving List and Checking it Twice
Making a Moving List and Checking it Twice

Making a Moving List and Checking it Twice

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Moving into a first apartment in a new city is a challenge, surely – but moving out of the old(be it your college dorm, parents’ house, or your own apartment) is no walk in the park either. When I accepted the new job in New York, my brain nearly overloaded thinking about finding a new…
The next step
The next step

The next step

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
So I’ve found a place, and that’s all well and good. We went over the other day to sign a sublet agreement, and everything is set up for the first month. The landlady prorated it from the time I move in, which is awesome because it saves us a couple hundred. She did ask for…