Thursday, February 12, 2015
I was sitting in a morning meeting a few weeks ago, a mere half-hour after dropping a very large spoonful of oatmeal on my pants, thinking, “How did they let me into adulthood?”
But that’s really one of life’s big secrets, isn’t it? That all of us—at some point or another—feel like we’re just faking our way through it all. Especially with a lap full of soggy breakfast food.
Fortunately, we’re not...
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Deciding what to cook for dinner—for just one person—often feels like too much pressure. Running the country? Um, no.
I have absolutely no desire to become POTUS, but in celebration of President's Day, we asked one of our members—Greystar’s Liz Porras—to share some of the changes she would make as leader of the free world.
Following are a few highlights:
1. Large corporations typically have...
Monday, January 12, 2015
The apartment industry houses one-third of the American population, so you might think that would make our onsite staff experts on building community. After all, they’re on the front lines of American families, and in many ways know their residents very well. So, how can property managers and leasing professionals take resident functions a step further than holiday parties to build a strong sense...
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Ba rum bu bu bum. With a seasonal drumroll in place…it’s time for our annual What’s In and What’s Out list!
But before we get to the big reveal in our January issue of units Magazine, here’s a preview of some personal favorites.
In: 1989. Taylor Swift’s latest album is responsible for at least six near-accidents with me behind the wheel. I apparently have no control over my body when I hear “...