Whether you were born and raised in them, moved to them, moved from them, or are passing through them, small towns have a special place in our hearts. They are an important part of our nation’s history and fabric, a fabric woven by the close-knit communities that keep everyone tied together.
You could scour the internet for spring cleaning tips and tricks, but your time would be much better served scouring your apartment. That’s why we’ve compiled our five favorite cleaning tips in one place—because the sooner you start cleaning, the sooner it gets done.
Spring is here, and the trees are just itching to start a new season of growth. Is your career feeling the same way? We’re always looking for can-do-it candidates with property management, customer service, or maintenance experience. If this sounds like you, keep reading!
If you find your mood drops with the thermometer, you are not alone. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a common condition that comes and goes with the seasons, usually starting in the fall and continuing throughout the winter.
One of the best things about having a home you are proud of is inviting your friends and family to visit. Oakleaf Property Management encourages our residents to lead full and active lives within their apartment homes, and our guest and visitation policies make sure everyone has a chance to make the most of it.
’Tis the season for creative gift giving, and we have five amazing crafts that are both easy and inexpensive to make. As with any gift, it’s the thought that counts; as you are deciding which gifts to make, challenge yourself to consider ways to make them more personal for the person you have in mind.
With temperatures dropping quickly, we can no longer deny the fact that Old Man Winter is on his stubborn way. Keeping your apartments comfortable this time of year can be hard, especially as temps swing and settle down in the evenings. Whether your aim is to save money on utilities or make the most of the heat you have, we have five helpful hints that can help.
When it comes to apartment living, parking etiquette is just as important as other apartment courtesies, and, in some cases where safety is an issue, it’s even more critical. Oakleaf Property Management breaks down five parking tips that will give everyone the space they need to come home.
Nowadays, learning something new doesn’t mean enrolling in a community college or committing to a weekly workshop (although it still certainly can!). Today, learning something new can benefit not only your career, but also your relationships, your mental health, your cooking skills, or your self-reliance. When it comes to learning, the question isn’t what you learn, but rather how you make it a priority in your life.