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 the happiest and most well adjusted of people can experience loneliness from time to time due to a variety of factors, so you are not alone. In honor of…

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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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Living in an apartment can mean limited décor options. Painting your walls in your favorite shade of green or blue may not always be ideal. In fact, it may go against your lease. And even if you did have the option of painting your walls, losing your deposit is something you would risk.  So, how do you add color to your space without going against your lease agreement? With a quick visit to your local crafts store and a little DIY, you can add color and personality to your apartment in no time with very little impact on your walls – and your wallet. If you’re not sure what color is best suited for your space, check out these tips on using the color wheel for inspiration.

If you're not sure where to start with decorating, try experimenting with colors by using a color wheel.

Color is one of the most important elements in decorating. The right shade of paint and accent colors can completely transform your apartment from dull to inviting. But when you’re decorating, choosing the right color scheme can be a daunting task. You may be partial to painting your space a lovely shade of blue, but where do you go from there? Once you choose your primary color, you’ll need to narrow down two to three secondary, accent colors, and it can be overwhelming. If you’re not sure where to start, try experimenting with different colors by looking at a color wheel, which takes all the guesswork out of decorating with color.

Communicating New Products, Social Media Expansion and Advanced Mobile Solutions ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, PRIMEDIA announces the introduction of their THINK BIG campaign. The campaign will be launched by PRIMEDIA’s Apartment Guide, at this year’s National Apartment Association Education Conference on June 28 in Boston.…