Friday, June 17, 2016
San Francisco is the City By the Bay; consequently, my hair has become the One That Went Cray. Seriously, this place is no friend to us wavy and curly-headed folk. Apologies in advance for my appearance.
But that’s truly my only complaint, because I love, love, love this city. And I’m loving this conference.
Yesterday was an embarrassment of riches, from an inspiring group of Game Changers to an...
Thursday, June 16, 2016
This is a safe space, so let’s all just admit what we’re thinking: Our legs are on FIRE today. Regardless of everyone’s political affiliation, we’re all feeling the burn. Those San Francisco hills are no joke!
And neither is the 2016 NAA Education Conference & Exposition. We hit the ground running yesterday—metaphorically, that is. The conference kicked off with a Living Room Learning...
Thursday, June 9, 2016
Picture someone who knows their way around both a grocery store and a kitchen. Someone who can pick out a handful of ingredients and turn them into something edible. An average adult, really.
Are you picturing them? OK, good. Now picture the exact opposite. That’s me.
My cooking struggles are worthy of a documentary—the antithesis of the awe-inspiring “Chef’s Table,” we’ll say. People will watch...
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Apartment Industry Advocates,One of the episodes on the old children’s TV program, Schoolhouse Rock, tells us that our nation’s laws are made through the rough-and-tumble legislative process within the U.S. Congress where ideas are posed, debated and if all goes well, a bill emerges that goes to the President. If all goes really, really well, the President signs it. Or, as has been the case a lot...