Now that you’ve chosen your perfect apartment, perfect roommate, and perfect location, you notice that: 1) you have whatever furniture the previous tenant left (which is not much, perhaps a Hello Kitty sofa and a desk covered with gum); 2) you have 23 tween posters of some guy named Justin Bieber and some lady named Christina Aguilera. If you like all of the above, by all means, you’re done and can move in the next day. However, if you’re normal like the rest of us, you decide to decorate your apartment a bit. Two ways of decorating your apartment (if your Super Mario-looking landlord lets) is to either paint your walls to a nice vibrant color (please don’t color it pink or red. You will wake up the next day and hate everyone around you…like a bull) or put up some posters. If your landlord is like every other landlord in NY or elsewhere, he won’t let you paint the apartment (imagine Super Mario on mushrooms if he finds out), but posters should be fine; they do not damage the walls (if you don’t staple them to the wall) or leave any residues. One thing to keep in mind is that in life, extremes are bad! You don’t want to leave your apartment empty.