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The Best Ways to Share a Fridge With Roommates

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Living with roommates can be tons of fun and there's nothing better than living with your friends, but one thing that can cause major apartment tension is the fridge. You might be fortunate enough to have multiple bathrooms, but you'll rarely find a place with more than one fridge. We know that sharing a fridge between multiple people can be difficult, so here are some tips. Make a Plan When you're sharing a fridge with roommates, it's best to have a plan about what you will share and what you wish to keep for yourself. Whether or not you want
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5 Ways to Make A Small Kitchen Feel Larger

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A recurring theme in many apartments is small kitchens. This lack of space leaves many kitchens feeling cluttered and cramped. When dealing with small apartments there are a number of things that you can do to make a space feel larger.  Here are 5 ways to make a small kitchen feel larger. Pot rack Hanging a pot rack from your ceiling will help to free up space on your shelves and in your cupboards. If you do not want to hang your pots, you can include a series of "S" hooks in the kitchen to hang spoons and other things.
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July’s Top 5 MoolaPerks

Why not take advantage of some of the hottest deals of the summer? We've put together a list of some of our top deals for July. Whether you're looking for new clothes or looking to use some vacation days on a summer getaway, we've got you covered. Here are July's top 5 MoolaPerks. Bark Box: Treat your pet this summer! Get $5 off new Barkbox subscriptions. This NY based company delivers monthly dog themed boxes to your door for you and your pup to enjoy. Click here to redeem this great perk. NA-KD: NA-KD is a go-to place for summer clothing
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Where to Celebrate This Canada Day

If you haven't heard, this Saturday marks 150 years since Canada's colonies joined together as a country; however, the indigenous people of Canada have been here for much longer. Roll Up the Rim has come back for this occasion and many cities are putting on a number of Canada Day Festivities. Here are some festive drinks for your parties and what's going on on Canada Day. Whether you're staying home or venturing off to a big celebration, enjoy the day and be proud to be a Canadian. Ottawa The capital is the place to be this weekend! Many artists will
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No One Is Immune: Why You Can’t Escape Renter’s Insurance

Renter's insurance is something every renter should have, but many people seem to think they are immune to disaster or theft.  If every point on this list applies to you, then you are probably right, you don't need renter's insurance. If you're human, then you probably do. Take the test and you be the judge. You don’t need renters insurance if: You can afford to replace all your belongings Think about all the items in your home.  Your sofa, bed, computer, clothes.  These are fairly inexpensive and shouldn’t be too much of a cost out of pocket. Your home is wallpapered
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Prepare Your Apartment For Summer

Summer is here and that means an increase in temperature and an increase in unwanted pests. Before the days get too hot, you will want to make sure everything is in proper working order.  Here are some things you can do to get your apartment ready for summer. Change direction of your ceiling fans Your ceiling fans are meant to rotate clockwise in the winter and can be changed to spin counter-clockwise for the summer months. If you set your fan to higher speeds in the summer you will get more of a breeze and you can turn down your
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6 Tips to Make Your Small Apartment Feel Bigger

It's easy to feel cramped when you're living in a small apartment. The most obvious solution is to win the lottery and move to a luxury apartment; however, that isn't always realistic no matter how much we dream. Here are some simple ways to make your small apartment feel bigger. Colour Counts Paint colour can dramatically influence the illusion of space. While dark colours might seem more interesting, lighter hues will open up the room. White and off white shades will also brighten your room and make it more inviting. If you want more help with paint colours, check out our guide
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Top 10 One Bedroom Rent Prices in Canada and the USA

Rent prices vary from city to city, but the one thing that stays the same is that rent is expensive. Canada and the US's housing prices continue to climb and more and more people are choosing to rent. Unsurprisingly, Vancouver is the most expensive city to rent in within Canada and San Francisco is the most expensive in America. Here are the top 1o one bedroom rent prices in Canada and the US. Canada America
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Prepare Your Building for Earth Hour

Earth Hour will be taking place Saturday, March 27 at 8:30 pm and this year marks the 10th year anniversary of the initiative. Millions of people around the world will shut off their lights for an hour in an attempt to raise awareness about climate change. As a property manager, you can encourage your tenants to take part in the event and make a commitment to help combat climate change! Here are some ways you can get involved. Promote the event You can display posters in your lobby and elevators detailing the time and date of Earth Hour. This will
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Plan the Ultimate St. Patrick’s Day Party

St. Patrick's Day is almost here and that means it's time to start planning the ultimate St. Patty's Day Party! Get in the spirit of things with some traditional drinks, desserts, decor and games! To give you some inspiration here are some of the best things to add to your party! So go out, spread some luck and enjoy! Treats Fudge Who doesn’t love fudge?! This super easy 4 ingredient fudge is sure to get all your guests in a festive mood. Here’s the full recipe.   Leprechaun S'mores S'mores are always a hit, whether your audience is young or
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