Coliving Could Be Your Next Great Venture January 10, 2023 Life can be difficult for college graduates, just starting out, to say the very least. They usually have to begin internships, which pay little to nothing at all or get hired on in a mediocre position with a company.
All Work And Play: Why Co Living May Be The Fast Life Millennials Need January 3, 2023 Millennials, or the generation that is currently in the biggest portion of the workforce, has redefined a lot of things, including co living. What used to be a simple roommate scenario has
Advice To Help You Live With Student Loan Debt December 27, 2023 It is no secret that many Americans have student loan debt. Lots of folks are trying to make it in this world without defaulting. However, that venture is usually easier said than done. Anyone that has tuned
How Co-Living Is Ideal for Digital Nomads December 20, 2023 The number of digital nomads in the world is growing year after year. More than 4.8 million Americans refer to themselves as digital nomads and plan on staying that way for years. It has also been estimated that over
You just landed your first entry level job. Not the salary you wanted but you could not pass up the opportunity. So between your student loans and the increasing rent costs, you find you end up living paycheck to paycheck. The roommate thing is not for you as you
If you are starting out on your career path or just looking to save money; working and living in a major city like Los Angeles, you will probably struggle to find affordable housing. If you do find housing that meet your needs, it will most likely be unaffordable. There
If you have chosen the co-living lifestyle, there are many benefits you will experience. From more affordable living options to a long list of amenities, there is something for everyone to enjoy. You will also find flexible housing terms and a community and family-like atmosphere. However, there are also
Purchasing a home, leasing a condo, and even renting an apartment can be expensive in the modern world. Just the upfront costs with down payments or first/last month’s rent often seem too much to bear. That is unless a person doesn’t mind living in a bad neighborhood. In those
Co-living brings people together in co-housing spaces that value both community and privacy in one. You have your privacy when you need it, while you also have ample opportunity to meet likeminded individuals, experience new connections, and remember what community is all about. Whether you’re staying in a place
When you live with other adults under the same roof, it’s important to make sure everyone pitches in and deals with all the scrubbing, vacuuming, dishwashing, trash emptying, and other chores that no one wants to do but have to happen to keep your living space nice and clean.
Some believe that traditional housing models are flawed, and there is room for improvement when it comes to finding housing and fulfilling this basic human need. Co-living is just one way to accomplish this. Co-living is shared housing for people with shared intentions. It is meant to support a
In the United States, it’s traditional for young people to leave their parents and live on their own from the time they graduate up until they start a new family of their own. How long this period lasts depends on a lot of factors, but most people spend a
You have completed your education and are ready to face the world, but it is not easy. Wages remain stagnant as prices rise. You have student loan debt and are working at an entry level job. Then there are those nagging little expenses, like eating, utilities, internet, the list
Just thinking about bar hopping or hitting a house party is exhausting for most introverts. However, many introverts still struggle with FOMO (fear of missing out). However, in a coliving space, you can still socialize and enjoy a party without having to leave your home. In coliving spaces there’s
Living on your own is an exciting time. You get to enjoy a lot more independence and make your own decisions about where to live, what to eat, and who to hang out with, but then you’re also responsible for your own bills, for keeping your living space in
Have you been considering shared living, but aren’t sure where to start? For people who work remotely, or travel the world as a self-proclaimed digital nomad, shared living has become a great alternative to apartment life. The idea is a simple one, and many great things come from simplicity.
After an individual gets out on his or her own for a while, it is not uncommon for them to become lax in their ways. For instance, if the person lives alone in an apartment or house, only with a pet to keep them company, they might forget how
Over the years, the nature of work has evolved rapidly. Telecommuting or remote working has become widely accepted. Then, coworking offered young professionals and startup entrepreneurs a way to work in an office environment, but with a few twists. They work in one building with other people and companies,