Sometimes I do freelance writing on the side, and this summer I had the opportunity to work with a large real estate website to write some rental decorating posts.
I was pretty excited about what I wrote, because freelance work doesn’t usually cover the topic of rental decorating. Then the project was delayed. . . and I thought maybe my articles were dead to the world. But this weekend I found out the posts would be going up after all, with an email that read: “We’ve selected your article as the main feature in our newsletter test that’s going to about 250,000 renters registered on Trulia.”
Woohoo! As Ryan put it – “Zombie project back from the dead!” I hope you’ll check it out, and let me know what you think!
Have you just moved into a newly rented apartment or house? Or maybe you settled in a while ago, but never got around to decorating because you weren’t sure how to respect the landlord-dictated restrictions?
Here are five pain-free and budget-friendly ways to personalize your rental without making permanent changes that violate your rental agreement. Continue reading here.