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The Student Apartment Hunting Guide (Part 2: What to Look For When Viewing Apartments)

Welcome back to Part 2 of the Student Apartment Hunting Guide! After a holiday hiatus, I’m here to give you all the advice I can muster on a) things to check in each of the apartments you visit, and b) questions to ask a landlord to ensure you’ll be a good fit for the space. 956 more words


The Student Apartment Hunting Guide (Part 1: Searching for Your New Home)

Last March, after four years in residence, I finally made the decision to spend my fifth and final year in an apartment with some roommates. It was something of a harrowing decision. 1,352 more words


Orientation - getting to know the area

Edit: I wrote this without stopping so expect spelling mistakes and seemingly random jumps.

Where I am living is absolutely fantastic! I love my little space as it is surprisingly large. 666 more words


Old people are getting older and younger

The Pew Research Center recently put out a report on the share of U.S. older women living alone. The main finding they reported was a reversal in the long trend toward old women living alone after 1990. 486 more words

In The News


It’s been interesting lately as I prepare for my release in October. Several people who, years ago said that I could release to their place, live with them, expect their help, etc., are suddenly backing out or procrastinating. 71 more words


Co-parents happier than single parents and non-resident parents (research)

Are Parents with Shared Residence Happier ? Children’s Post-divorce Residence Arrangements and Parents’ Life Satisfaction

Source: Stockholm Research Reports in Demography 2015: 17

Franciëlla van der Heijden, Utrecht University… 493 more words

Equal Parenting