Green Meadow Apartments in Mitchell, S.D. are the perfect setting for a family. Set in the home of the World’s Only Corn Palace, Green Meadow Apartments offers the best of living in a single-family house with the convenience of an apartment.
There’s no denying that apartments can be a bit short on storage space. But if you ignore that problem, apartments can be the cutest, coziest living spaces ever! Luckily there are so many ways you can increase the storage in your small apartment. We picked our five favorite and most useful tricks and projects to make your apartment feel twice as big (while keeping that cozy feeling).
Moving can be a real hassle. Not only do you have to physically pack up everything you own, you also have to take everything to your new place and unpack it. This is a lot of work. Save some time, money, and stress by incorporating these 15 tips into your move.
Summer is all about getting outside, enjoying the sunshine, and spending time with friends and family. Take advantage of the season by attending free events or accessing local recreational parks. Take a look at our comprehensive list of free things to do all around the tristate area, including your town!
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.