Apartment Lifestyle

Light Bulb Buying Guide

With only 11 days to go until the winter solstice it’s definitely time to replace any dead light bulbs around the house if you haven’t already.  Lucky for you we’ve gone ahead and researched what types of light bulbs are best for any and all situations.

By  Ruskin Landreth
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Thanksgiving Pet Poll

Thanksgiving is a time of family and friends coming together to share in good food, hearty laughs, and afternoon football games.  Along with the cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie everyone is hastily making in their apartment, which pet companion above would you bring home?                       […]

By  Ruskin Landreth
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How to Make a Small Apartment SEEM Bigger

Sometimes you don’t need much space. Other times you can’t afford much space. And then there are times you’ve outgrown your current space, and you still have to live there. Whatever your reasons for a small apartment, you may be feeling claustrophobic. No worries! You can make a small space feel bigger with some tips […]

By  John Brown
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Best Cities for Political Activists

The Information Age made it easier than ever to participate in political activism, but a number of US cities still appreciate the benefits of rare proximity to the action. For those willing to get their hands dirty developing the nation’s future, the most effective political capitals are naturally centered around seaports and areas prosperous in […]

By  John Brown
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Finding Mr. Wright: Harmony Meets Humanity in Modern Living Spaces

When considering modern architecture and modern living spaces, one must include Frank Lloyd Wright among the strongest influences of all time. Deemed by many as the greatest architect ever, Mr. Wright had it in the bag across the board! While he was many things: architect, interior designer, educator, writer and trend setter—he is most remembered […]

By  John Brown
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Easy Ways to Cool Down Your Home

Although the Sun is 93 million miles away, the effects of the sun’s rays are easily felt here on Earth.  It is human nature to seek respite during a hot day by retreating indoors, but what if your house is so warm that it is uncomfortable to be in, offering little relief from the scorching […]

By  John Brown
| Filed Under: Apartment DIY

Budget-Friendly Adventures for This Summer

Maybe you’ve got cabin fever and are wishing you’d planned a vacation for this summer, or Summer Fridays at the office just aren’t cutting it anymore. Whatever your deal is, here are some ideas for getting yourself out of town this summer. Your last-minute summer vacation Let’s face it, with the average “economy” ticket currently […]

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Keep Cool and Carry On

I’m writing this after a weeklong vacation in New Orleans, whose famous shotgun-style houses (theoretically) allow for constant air circulation during those hot, sticky months just before hurricane season. That’s one way to do it! For everyone else, here are some other ideas for keeping the heat off this summer… Get a good great fan I know, so […]

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