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  • Going Postal

    A few months ago I ordered $200 worth of business cards for a webseries I write on the side. To play it safe, I had them sent straight to my friend in New York, where I could pick them up when I arrived later that week for filming. I pulled up the most recent address she sent in an email—having recently moved—and placed my order. But as I drove up that Friday, I had a gnawing feeling that...
  • My RPM Story – Lisa

    My best friend encouraged me to work in residential property management (RPM), and now I have a lucrative career! As an RPM Careers ambassador, I want to inspire others to join this exciting industry. RPM Careers ambassadors are the faces of RPMcareers.org, an NAAEI website designed to bring talented candidates to our industry. On the Connect page, candidates can contact us through LinkedIn or...
  • They Brought Us Adele, Now Amenities

    I studied abroad in Bath, England, during my junior year of college. Though, to be more accurate, it was more like I binge-ate digestives, traveled on sketchy buses and discovered hard cider abroad. Not a lot of studying. Good times. It was the spring of 2007, and I lived in an old, narrow Georgian home overlooking the city center with eight roommates who were total strangers when I first arrived...
  • Driving Miss Crazy

    There’s something that seems to snap in most people after that third lap around a crowded parking lot. The first two times, you’re sitting calmly behind the wheel, confident an open parking space will surely make its presence known. And then you make that third lap and you start morphing into the Hulk. And by you, I mean my Dad. It’s always at the worst time, too—some sort of holiday or family...

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