If you live alone, and are looking for an apartment, you’re probably deciding between a studio and a one bedroom apartment. Now, don’t get me wrong, you are certainly welcome to rent a two or three bedroom apartment. Sometimes we need the space. However, I’m here to answer this question: to get a one bedroom apartment or a studio? I’m sure this question has come across your mind. At least once. If not, I’m sure you’re thinking about it now. So, what is the answer? That’s really up to you.
A majority of things around the home are easy to clean and organize. For instance, if something were to spill in the kitchen, we’d be sure to clean it up. It would almost be an automatic response. The dishes in the sink would get cleaned because eventually we would need to use something. And, the trash would be taken out because it would otherwise overflow and make the home smelly. If the living room got dirty or the bathroom, it would get cleaned. Why? Because these rooms are the most visib
Homeowners have it easy, you may be thinking. When someone who lives in a home wants to get rid of some of their things, all they have to do is have a garage sale. Over the course of a day, a week, or for as long as they really want, they can sell their stuff. Depending on the things, their stuff can be gone in an instant. What is someone who rents an apartment supposed to do!? Just because you don’t necessarily have a yard for a yard sale or a garage for a garage sale, there are still thi
You don’t actually have to leave your home to stay fit. The good thing about working out is you can do it almost anywhere. You don’t even need equipment. Our own body weight is often enough. The amount of space you have is also not a factor. To get you started, here are a few favorites that only take up as much space as a yoga mat. Challenge Your Core Lie on your back and roll onto your left side with your knees straight. Prop up your upper body on your left elbow and forearm. Raise y
We might have been brought up different and chose different paths, but we have a lot in common. You have goals. I have goals. You have things that you’re passionate about. I have things that I’m passionate about. There are things that I’m afraid of. There are things that you’re afraid of. You have a story. I have a story. If we gave people the opportunity to share their stories, we’d hear about their experiences, struggles, and victories. Things that I too have gone through. We’d learn
We’re not so different, you and I. You have goals. I have goals. You have things that you’re passionate about. I have things that I’m passionate about. You have a story. I have a story. Although these things may vary between us, we all have the same basic needs: food, shelter, and happiness; Something Ken knows an awful lot about. “I lived at Stepping Stone from June of 2017 through February of the following year.” Stepping Stone is a homeless shelter working to end homelessness. “I had been
Problems need attention. They need to be nurtured. If problems don’t receive the care that they demand, they can become worse than before. For instance, money problems. If someone has a problem of spending too much and they don’t tend to it, their finances can get out of whack. Then, if problems get out of whack, they can spill into other problems. For instance, money problems that get out of whack can interfere with work problems, family problems, health problems, relationship problems,
When the time comes for adults to bring their baby home from the hospital, they might be shocked by the number of hidden dangers lurking around the home that they considered to be safe. That is why baby-proofing your household is so important, and it is recommended that parents deal with it before their baby is born. As a parent, you can never be too careful. But remember - what might happen doesn't mean that it will happen. Read this guide to find out how to prevent your baby from getting hur