Boost Your Brainpower with Your Food Choices

It’s not like you’re anywhere close to a mid-life crisis, but, still, your brain might not be quite what it used to be. The rigor of working 40-hour weeks for the first time and probably getting little to no sleep (by the time you go to the gym and get… Read more

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A Quick Beer Garden Guide For The Washington DC Metro Area

Everyone knows that D.C. is rich in history and culture, but anyone not intimately acquainted with the city might not know that it’s also rich in beer. It’s the kind of craft beer that can drag you out of your apartment in the snow, rain, or sleet. It’s the kind… Read more

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Adding Vintage Items to Your Apartment

History repeats itself, especially in fashion. Take a look around Whole Foods the next time you shop, and the leggings and scrunched socks (maybe even a few scrunchies) will prove this much. Just like runway style, interior design also tends to circle back, transforming pieces previously considered outdated into contemporary… Read more

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Add Culture to Your Week with an Art Walk in Seattle

Seattle certainly isn’t lacking in things to do, especially if you’re young and active. One facet of city life that particularly appeals to the younger set: art walks. They not only promote local artists and musicians, but also promote exercise and community. If you’re interested in getting to know your… Read more

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Apartment Safety Checklist for Your Family

The world can be a dangerous place, but it shouldn’t feel that way in the comfort of your own home. That’s why, when you pick an apartment for your family, safety should be your number one priority. Even after you’ve moved into a new abode, there are still steps you… Read more