When the time comes to look for senior housing, so many options are available, from independent care to assisted living, from affordable to luxury apartments.Reasons for moving to senior-friendly apartments vary and can include going through a divorce, becoming financially unable to continue making payments on a mortgage, death or relocation of relatives or friends, needing emotional support, desiring more close-to-home social activities, selling a home to free up equity or just a desire to be rid of home and garden maintenance.
Is there a decorating style or do-it-yourself project you’ve always wanted to try? For senior decorators, there are plenty of easy plans and projects that won’t leave you spent in time, money or effort.
You love your house, but you're ready to move on. You dream of a small apartment, with less upkeep. You imagine spending more time with friends and no longer needing to drive to get everywhere. But how can you make…
You found the perfect place and can't wait to set it up in a way that reflects your personal style. You know where to begin decorating, but do you know where to stop?
Before you move in to an apartment, you should protect yourself from floods and other damage inflictors such as fire and theft, by purchasing renters insurance. It is relatively cheap, depending on your selected policy, and will cover damages and replacements of items in your apartment (and your car). Unlike most other types of insurance, renters is not required by law. However, it is highly recommended and many landlords require it to move into their properties.
You don’t need a big space to have a big time with your friends. The trick with throwing parties in a small space is to maximize your space in clever ways. Here are some cool ways to transform your small space into a festive place.
If you are a business traveler or frequent vacationer, you may realize that short-term apartments are quickly becoming the new luxury hotels. They may not have room service or housekeeping service, but many of them provide luxury amenities and perks that you simply cannot find in a hotel chain.
Fishing can be a relaxing hobby for just about anyone. Whether you’re knee-deep in a river or on a boat somewhere in the ocean, getting a bite is rewarding. Even if you don’t get a fish, being able to bait your rod while enjoying the company of a few friends is one of the best parts of the experience.Seattle neighborhoods, you’re in luck. The Pacific Northwest is home to great fishing and lots of beautiful fish.