(April 21, 2015) / by Jean Jones
Have you come down with a case of cabin fever recently? Cold, snowy weather through much of the country over the last two winters has kept many people indoors more than they would prefer. However, this condition isn't strictly seasonal. Rainy days or illness can create the same situation for you or your children.
(March 10, 2015) / by Jean Jones
Rainy days are a great excuse to curl up with the latest bestseller or pop a movie in the DVD player. Unfortunately, chances are that your kids don't feel the same way. They're bound to get antsy when they can't be outside to burn off some of their energy.
(January 20, 2015) / by Jean Jones
If you have kids in your household, you know all too well that there's never a dull moment. Whether they're infants, toddler or school-age, their care and feeding is a hectic but rewarding full-time job. Raising them in an apartment home presents some unique challenges, but many of them can be solved with these helpful tips.
(December 18, 2014) / by Jean Jones
Tick, tock…tick, tock…tick, tock. Hear that? That’s the sound of the holidays quickly approaching – and, if you’re like most of us, the corresponding sound of your heart beating with last-minute shopping anxiety! If you find yourself still needing to buy gifts for people on your list today, fear not: the Springs Apartments team has put together some tried-and-true ideas that’ll work for just about anybody on your list!
(December 16, 2014) / by Jean Jones
Between cooking, planning, preparing, shopping, wrapping and cleaning up, this is by far the most stressful time of the year for most of us (April, tax time, is probably second). ‘Tis the season to be jolly, they say, but when you’ve got a to-do list that’s three pages long, you may want to dive headfirst into a hole and not come out until mid-January. Fear not: the Springs Apartments team has gathered some useful tips that’ll keep you calm and help you carry on all holiday long:
(November 18, 2014) / by Jean Jones
Does the thought of overnight guests make your heart race a little…does your brow begin to perspire? If you’re in your first apartment home – or even if you’ve been living the apartment lifestyle for a while – chances are you haven’t felt entirely comfortable having houseguests. Where will they sleep? How do I get myself and my apartment ready? What do I need that I don’t already have on-hand?