Renter’s Advice and Resources

Health & Safety

How to Build the Ultimate Sick Day Kit

Megan Foukes

 · Jun 21, 2022

No matter what you do to prevent germs and illness, it always seems to creep up at the worst times.

Our body’s relationship with the food we eat can be complicated, to say the least. For some, spicy foods are a no-go. Others may struggle with indigestion, upset stomachs, or even bloating, sometimes for no apparent reason at all. But like it or not, our bodies can react in all sorts of ways to what […]

Lisa Wright

 · Mar 29, 2022

As winter drags on and the stress of daily life is only exacerbated by the daily news cycle, self-care is more important than ever before

Lisa Wright

 · Mar 3, 2022

As US restrictions on social interaction become more and more flexible, many people are excited to return to work outside of their homes. Unfortunately for us all, the pandemic is still far from over, and keeping our homes free of germs and safe for our families should absolutely still be our top priority.

Cassie Damewood

 · Feb 24, 2022

We’re so busy trying to protect ourselves from outdoor air pollution and all its harmful effects, it’s easy to forget that the air inside our homes can be just as harmful.

Bonface Landi

 · Aug 31, 2021

Evictions are on the rise across the country as many Americans are out of work and struggling to pay their rent. You might even be one of them.


 · Jan 12, 2021

Flu season takes down lots of people every year. Even with vaccination, you can contract a unique strain of influenza and be out of commission for days or even weeks on end.

Cassie Damewood

 · Dec 11, 2020

Quarantining isn’t easy, especially if you have roommates. You might have already discovered some of the challenges of the situation over the last several months — for instance, how to agree on

Staff Writer

 · Nov 12, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic drags on with no clear-cut end is in sight, some aspects of life will inevitably go on. Moving homes is one of them.

Cassie Damewood

 · Jul 14, 2020