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Pick up your coloring sheet and turn it into the office by 10/31/14. We will do a random drawing on 11/01/14. The winner will receive a $25.00 gift card to Chuck E. Cheese. Be sure to write the child’s name, apartment number and a contact number on the back of the sheet.
Trick or Treat – The office will hand out goodie bags from 3:30p – 5p on 10/31.
Refer a relative, friend, co-worker, or ANYONE and receive $400 off your rent!
*Referrals must sign a 12 month lease. Payment will be paid after the 2nd monthly rent is received. Referral must tell us you referred them prior to lease signing.
For more information, contact the Leasing Office at (985) 898-3443
Sometimes getting together with friends includes meals, movies and other activities that can quickly drain your budget. Don’t be afraid to be honest when you simply can’t afford to go out. Suggest ways to spend time together that won’t cost a cent, such as taking a walk or having a game night at someone’s home.
October is Intergeneration Month, a time for generations to connect through communication, celebration and education. Older adults can offer wisdom that only comes from life experience, while younger people provide new ideas and perspectives. Spend some time with each other and see how much you learn!
October is the perfect time to score some great deals. Pick up next summer’s wardrobe at deep discounts, or purchase a vacation for less. The end of wedding season means sale prices on home goods such as dishes and bedding.
Make visits with your health care providers as efficient as possible by keeping a log of your medical information, including medical conditions, medications and dosages, and any recent surgeries or procedures. October is Organize Your Medical Information Month, the perfect time to create or update your file. Once the file is complete, make a few photocopies so you always have one on hand.
Immerse yourself in the scents of the season, whether you are picking a hand soap or room spray, or enjoying a tasty treat. Choose pumpkin or apple, or spice things up with clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger or peppermint.
If you wear expensive clothes to work or school, change out of them when you get home. Chores, pets, cooking and eating dinner can cause stains or other damage.
Celebrate Photographer Appreciation Month in October by focusing on taking quality photos that will make your family and friends truly appreciate your skills.
The higher, the better. Set your camera to the highest resolution possible. The appearance of your images will improve instantly, and photo editing will be much easier.
Lighten up. Use light to your advantage, especially when taking pictures outdoors. It’s usually best to position the light source in front of your subject, although side lighting can create a nice effect. Use flash indoors and to reduce shadows outdoors.
Eye contact. To produce a more interesting image, have the subject look into the lens when you shoot. Take pictures from the subject’s height; if you are photographing children, get down to their level.
Ready for your close-up. Get close to your subject, either physically or by using the zoom function.
Sideways shot. Many subjects look better in a vertical frame. Turn your camera sideways to capture tall landmarks or a dog leaping for a Frisbee.
Clear the clutter. As you frame a shot, check the background for unsightly objects. Ask your subject to move, or change your own position, if necessary.