Turn on the pressure cooker, the holiday season is in full swing! From where I sit, good ole Santa Claus has it easy. A nose twitch and hundreds of elves to meet end-of-year
Moving to a new neighborhood can be exciting, stressful and scary at the same time. You’re getting the opportunity to reinvent yourself and have a fresh start in life. Not many people get this rare chance—count yourself lucky! Relocating to a new place also allows you to meet new people in your neighborhood and build long-lasting relationships with them.
If you’re living in a large apartment, you’ll get to meet all kinds of people every day. While some people are fortunate to have great neighbors, others might get stuck with people they’re not too happy with.
If you want to make things happen this holiday weekend, we have compiled some helpful tips for getting your building involved and turning this Labor Day into your first “Neighbor Day”:
When living in an apartment, it’s easy to forget that other people with similar concerns and interest surround us in our building. That’s why it’s important to have building notifications. Since we’re all aligned with what we need and want, we should always notify neighbors when something is going on. Here are five good reasons to notify your neighbors: