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Tucson is Arizona’s second-largest city, which means you may not ever get the chance to see and experience everything it has to offer. From museums to mountains, and from fine dining to great shopping, this Southwestern town is rich in history and culture. Whether you’re just driving through or want to learn more about a town dubbed Old Pueblo, here is a guide to get in as much of Tucson as possible in 24 hours. Morning: Breakfast and a Museum

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The Circle at Hermann Park Apartments in Houston, TX
The Circle at Hermann Park Apartments in Houston, TX
Decorating can be difficult. If you haven’t done any kind of decorating before in your apartment, you might not know where to begin. Sifting through piles of paint chips, fabric swatches and décor magazines can become overwhelming, and you might find that decorating on a budget is almost impossible. If you’re having trouble coming up with any kind of motivation, simply take a look around you. With a little imagination and creativity, you can find décor inspiration in the most unexpected places.

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No matter which Tucson neighborhood you're in, you're never far from natural beauty.
No matter which Tucson neighborhood you're in, you're never far from natural beauty.
Tucson is the second-largest city in Arizona, just behind its capital city, Phoenix. One stop in Tucson and you’ll know exactly why people choose to call it home. With incredible attractions for everyone in the family and 350 days of sunshine, as well as an extensive arts and culture background, Old Pueblo is a great city to settle in, whether you’re solo or looking with your family. Moving to a city with a metropolitan area that is close to 400 square miles can make the apartment search daunting and overwhelming. To make the process easier, check out these must-see Tucson neighborhoods to start your search.

You'll need some gear from Seattle's many stores specializing in outdoor equipment if you want to explore the stunning nature in Washington state.

If you’re a Seattle resident, you know how important it is to cherish the summer months, since sunny, cloudless days with perfect temperatures don’t come around all that often (usually just three months a year, to be exact.) So take advantage of the great summer weather (and Seattle’s picturesque landscape) by getting outdoors and going hiking or camping. No matter which Seattle neighborhood you live in, chances are there’s a store right around the corner where you can find the best camping and outdoor gear for any trip up Mount Rainier or in the surrounding Cascades. Here are our picks for the best places to find top- notch equipment in Seattle.

In honor of Cheer Up The Lonely Day, which always occurs July 11, take some time to put a smile on someone’s face and let them know you care.

In honor of Cheer Up The Lonely Day, which always occurs July 11, take some time to put a smile on someone’s face and let them know you care. Have you ever felt lonely, unhappy or out of place? Even…

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Decorating your apartment can be a fun way to express your personal style, but if you've only got a small space to work with, your dream décor scheme can quickly turn into a nightmare. Rather than feeling the need to fill every nook and cranny in your apartment with furniture and, well, stuff, adding even a few small touches, like the perfect accent piece or a great, cozy rug, can make a room memorable and wow-worthy. So in order to really take a minimalist approach to home decorating, make sure you say yes to less with our tips.

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