Negotiating Rent
Staying outside your hometown can be hard especially for first-timers who have recently relocated to a new city. They can face many challenges — renting a house is one of them. They have to consider many factors when looking out to renting a house like its location, the amenities,...
What To Do When Lonely
What To Do When Lonely? Well, loneliness is one powerful emotion which can bring out the vilest in us. Many confuse being alone and being lonely with each other, but they are not necessarily the same thing. Being alone is a totally different thing, as when people are alone they...
spending money, where's my money, where is my money
When it comes to saving money, a lot of young adults are falling short: The majority of young people like you and me have less than $1,000 as savings in our accounts, and there are many who have nothing at all. But, where’s my money going? I am sure...
Split House Chores With Your Roommate
Moving to a new city soon? Obviously, in your initial years, you would prefer living in a PG or shared space which requires a bit of adjustment from both you and your roommate. This seems nearly impossible especially when you want to split house chores with your roommate.  An independent...
co living, moving to a new city, moving to another city, city challenge, new city, all new city
Moving to a new city is not an easy decision to make, be it a student, a working professional, or a young couple. There are several things to take into account before one actually decides to make a move. From a better income to a new place to learn...
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She demands 10 days leave for Diwali, 5 days for Christmas and of course all those bank holidays too. If madam comes in late, you should understand. If she wants to leave early, she has a personal life too and if she breaks your expensive crockery, err is human....
How startups can utilise coliving spaces to improve work performance
Co-living for start-ups is a novel and unique idea. You can imagine a nerd cave inhabited by tech-heads, like something out of a hacker flick. The only addition is the chill vibe and creatively designed interiors. The business of co-living for start-ups is on a steep ascent. Co-living spaces have...
moving to a new city, hostel, hostels, hostel life, college hostel, living in a hostel
Almost every parent feels that a hostel life will be safe and more protective for their child. The supervised atmosphere combined with the strict regimen almost resembles the way your parents perceive you lived at home. Apart from this, many colleges make it mandatory for students to live on...
Co-living has become increasingly common, and an attractive alternative for millennials and the working population in India as housing rents increase, particularly in urban regions. Professionals, as well as students, are looking for a place to live that is not only accessible to their workplaces and educational institutions but...
living with roommates, roommate, Shared Kitchen Space
Living with roommates is an overall awesome experience, but for those who think it's just about fun and games, here's a reality check. Living with roommates means fun, but it also entails sharing responsibilities, like cleaning, shopping, paying for home bills, and of course, cooking. Learning to share responsibilities...