Have you ever watched reruns of Friends and paused to think about how large Monica and Rachel’s apartment is? Or ever put it together that Kramer from Seinfeld doesn’t actually work so it doesn’t really make sense why he’s living on the Upper West Side? All while you work full-time as a consultant and part-time as a bartender…… Continue reading Could Your Favorite Sitcom Stars Afford Their NYC Rent IRL?
New York City is so massive and fascinating it’s easy to forget the world doesn’t stop at the Hudson River. However, there’s a whole state that goes by the same name with tons of places to explore. If you live in or around New York City, then you’re probably overdue for a weekend trip. So…… Continue reading Best Places In New York To Find Vacation Houses For Rent
There is, without a doubt, something magical about experiencing living in New York City. And living alone in NYC, with so many sounds, lights, and opinions surrounding you at all hours of the day and night, solitude can become a saving grace. However, being alone in the city can make the experience one dimensional. It takes…… Continue reading The Woes Of Living Alone In New York City
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to be part of the Roomi Community? Andrew Recato breaks it down for us. FROM ANDREW RECATO: Moving to a metropolitan area from your small hometown can be intimidating to anyone, especially when the metropolitan area is New York City. I’ve learned that the best remedy for the…… Continue reading Roomi. Hot, Sicker than your Average Start-Up
Congratulations on taking the next step in life, moving away from home to pursue your dream in New York City! You landed a great job, found a fun roommate, and are navigating the city like a scene out of the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Suddenly, you notice something across the street at a nearby cafe.…… Continue reading Finding a New Home in the Midst of Homesickness
Who doesn’t love a long, relaxing shower after a stressful day of school, work and household chores? Well, if you’re a California resident, you’re going to have to find another way to unwind. The Golden State has been in a record-breaking drought for the last four years, putting pressure on all Californians to scale back…… Continue reading The Eco-Life: Conserving Water and Cutting Energy Costs
Texas has a reputation for many things. Namely for being big, cheap and friendly (And of course, the San Antonio urban legends.) In fact, these widely-held beliefs are, in part, the reason why Texas’s major metros are the fastest growing cities in the U.S. The Lone Star State is one of the few places where…… Continue reading 5 Myths You Probably Believe About Living in Texas
Your passports are renewed, you got the time off work approved, and your big roommate vacation is all set. Though you decided not to sublet your apartment while away, you’re still wary of the expenses you’re incurring. But there are also a few ways to save money, so you can spend the savings somewhere well-deserved.…… Continue reading The Eco-Life: How to Save Energy While on Vacation
To find roommates in Washington with similar political interests is not possible. Let’s say, one of your roommates is spending his time rooting for Donald Trump. You’re glad the other feels the need to satiate her artsy side. Moreover, she wants to get away from the political noise with you. But where to start on the…… Continue reading 4 Non-Political Spots Roommates in Washington Will Love
One of the best offerings the northeast metros have is their variety of transportation options. Using public transportation or driving through hour-long traffic aren’t your preferred methods of getting around? Then biking through the capital city is another great option. For roommates in Washington D.C., who are already battling rising rent costs, using programs like Capital…… Continue reading An Intro to Biking Laws for Roommates in Washington D.C.