how to avoid flu

Flu season has officially begun, folks. That high fever, coughing, sniffling, and fatigue are not manifestations of the common cold. Nope. It’s something far more serious.

Seasonal flu usually debuts in the fall and peaks shortly after the new year. We're all susceptible to it and need to take precautions to prevent spreading the flu. This is particularly important if you have children, seniors, or someone with a chronic health condition, due to having weaker immune systems. So if your apartment is home to multiple generations, get ready!

thanksgiving turkey

Ready to have all of your friends over for a Thanksgiving meal? Don’t let the upcoming holidays hamper your culinary dreams. You don’t need a lot of money to cook a memorable meal for Thanksgiving. Read these great money saving tips for…

Between air conditioning and heating, our apartments can start to feel stuffy and stale. But adding some houseplants to your décor actually can help clean indoor air all year round, while improving the look of your home. Read on for the benefits of indoor plants and how to take advantage of them.

With post-holiday season sales (and the Super Bowl) on the horizon, now is a great time to consider purchasing a new TV! Whether you find a deal online or receive one as a holiday gift, you’ll want to unpack and start watching your new television as soon as possible. Not only do flat panel televisions look great, but their thin profiles also make them relatively easy to mount on a wall. Hanging your TV will save space and keep it well out of a baby or toddler’s reach in case you need to baby-proof your entertainment area. Here are a few tips to properly hang your new TV in your apartment and hide those pesky wires.

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