The American College of Sports Medicine has ranked the Healthiest Cities to live in the United States, and a whopping 27 percent of the top 15 are in California – more than any other state!
So you found your dream apartment. The location is close to work and shopping. The floor plan is spacious. The rent is reasonable. The neighbors are quiet. It’s everything you hoped for, and more. Right? Well, not so fast. Before you sign on the dotted line, be sure to read…
There are an endless number of products, furniture, etc., that you could purchase for your new home, but how many of those things do you actually need? We’ve compiled a list of seven you really shouldn’t go without below.
San Diego is home for a lot of things; the Padres, Chargers, zoos, some of the oldest California missions, a host of great breweries (Stone, Ballast Point, Pizza Port, etc.), and much more! Did you know you can find some amazing hiking trails in San Diego too?
The appeal of roommate life is how there’s always someone around to keep you company and share in your interests, but what makes the arrangement even better is the reduced cost of living from splitting rent and utilities.
Four things said by nobody ever include: “Hollywood makes way too many good movies,” “Taxes are way too low,” “I‘m so happy to be stuck in traffic,” and “My apartment has way too much storage space.”
Furnished apartments offer short-term housing solutions that can be more advantageous than those offered by hotels and vacation rentals. So, who are some of the best candidates to rent them?
With summer on the horizon, we’re beginning a short road trip series, “3 Hours to Vacation.” Starting with San Diego, we’re sharing road trip destinations within 3 hours of our favorite regions. Get out of town, relax in a new environment, and return ready to start a fresh week.