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Out With the Old, In With the New

EDITORIAL: Getting a Start in Dishman Dealing with all of your worldly possessions at once is the major cause of stress when it comes to moving. The packing and unpacking process is a hassle, so why bother doing it with stuff you never really use? With a little forethought, you can donate, recycle, or throw away [...]

By  Sarah Wright
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New Year Resolutions: Getting Organized

Being organized is a great feeling, as there is no stress from not being able to find things you need and no anxiety related to clutter around the house. This is a great way to get a new start, both for a new year and a new place, and if you have recently moved to [...]

By  Sarah Wright
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Going Green: Easy Ways to Recycle

  In today’s world, recycling can be much more of an involved process than simply separating glass from plastic and paper and dropping your bins out on the curb for pick-up. As it turns out, many cities in the Pacific Northwest are especially attentive to recycling and green practices, so you don’t have to over [...]

By  Jennifer Delfino
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Saving Big in Your New Place

Moving to a new place introduces a number of costs that you might not anticipate, even after careful budgeting. It might mean you need to sacrifice some of the things you wanted to buy to spruce up your new apartment or it might cut into the exploring you planned to do once you arrived in [...]

By  Jennifer Delfino
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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
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Questions to Answer Before Your Next Apartment Search

When you start an apartment search, it’s smart to have a clear idea of what you’re looking for. Otherwise, you’re sure to meet with disappointment and frustration. It can be difficult to find the time to check out available apartments, especially if you’re busy with work or family, or if you’re looking to relocate far [...]

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Visit The Sites of Your Favorite Movies

Summer is all about traveling and relaxation, and summer is also all about awaiting the release of a series of big blockbuster movies. If you are looking for fun new places to travel to this summer and love finding out where your favorite movies were filmed, we’ve provide the perfect guide to various locations that [...]

By  Kate Flynn
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Stuff You’ll Never Do After You Graduate

Hi, I’m Kathy, MyNewPlace’s intern, and recent college graduate.  After graduating just this past weekend, I began to get nostalgic about all the things I’ll miss about being a college student. Graduation is just around the corner for many other universities, and while there are tons of things you can enjoy in your post-college life, [...]

By  Kate Flynn
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Five (Low Calorie!) Meals with Summer Flavors

Your summer meals should never lack flare.  Whether you have a spicy or tangy preference, we offer a set of fresh, seasonal recipes that can be quickly prepared and slowly savored.  A healthy low calorie set of meals can be a great pick-me-up on a lazy summer afternoon!   Sesame Tuna with Spicy Slaw This [...]

By  Kate Flynn
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