Summer may look and feel a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice activities that celebrate the season.
In fact, what might feel like limitations actually offer a chance to try something new. From learning how to prepare summertime delights to making the most of your patio, summer in quarantine just got a little more interesting.Create Your Own Oyster Bar
Oysters are the official seafood of summer. While they’re typically enjoyed on the half shell and often at seaside restaurants, they can also be consumed at home in your apartment. With a little practice and a steady hand, shucking oysters can be learned and is a skill you’ll love to show off at future events. Don’t forget to pair your bivalves with lemon,...Read More
When it comes to healthy living, we often prioritize diet and fitness. It’s easy to forget that amidst the weekly gym visits, vegetable chopping, and water guzzling, there’s another crucial factor to consider – motivation.
One of the toughest challenges of pursuing your goals is staying inspired. Without motivation, self-doubt, distractions, and temptations can easily creep in,...Read More
One of the best ways to approach this seasonal task is to take it day-by-day. Assigning one responsibility to a specific period offers a great way to hold yourself accountable as well as prevent burnout.
Need a little help planning it out? Here’s what your week looks like:Monday: Deep Clean the Fridge
We’re scheduling a deep fridge clean for Monday...Read More
Hometown: Lansing, MichiganFAVORITE QUOTE
“I do not at all understand the mystery of grace – only that it meets us where we are and doesn’t leave us where it found us.: – Anne LamottSTAR WARS OR STAR TREK?
Star WarsMY GUILTY PLEASURE
Pasta, Takis, Wings, Chocolate,...Read More
It’s no secret that many people have been diving into hobbies lately. From sewing to baking bread to finding the perfect Zoom background, residents everywhere are tapping into old and new interests.