Life can be cruel at times. If you live in the northern part of the US and your company dispatches you to Riverside County in California in the middle of August on a corporate assignment which is going to last for several weeks or months, it is very likely that the heat will shock you. Continue reading
It is now August and the interns are leaving San Francisco, so right now is the ideal time to jump in and start searching San Francisco short term rentals. Continue reading
Fremont furnished apartments sit atop a paradox so profound that it could well cause a rift in the space-time continuum (and it definitely would, if this were an episode of Star Trek). Continue reading
California used to be all about the future; remember, it was so bright you’d have to wear shades? But slowly has come to embrace its past as well. Continue reading
Anaheim is the city that doesn’t know when to stop. I’m not talking about the wild night-life, but that might be true too. No, it’s the city boundaries that I referring too. Continue reading
Lee McDonald is a prolific writer with an interest in everything housing. While frolicking around the state of California, from Eureka in the North to San Diego in the South, Lee writes about his experiences. Admittedly, California is a high expense state, especially when it comes to corporate housing and other types of short term housing in cities as diverse as San Francisco and San Diego.
Beyond writing for this blog, Lee’s interest include sky diving, hiking, and the art (and science) of online learning. You can contact Lee via the JM Internet Group.