Check out the video below from one of our business tenants, Umar Hameed. He has helped thousands of individuals and business owners achieve higher levels of success in sales and in life.
Friday’s roundup also offered evidence that sidelined workers are not only feeling optimistic about job prospects but are actually finding work, which is why the jobless rate was unchanged at 3.7 percent even as employers hired more people. An estimated 711,000 people joined the labor force last month. President Trump, on Friday, called the numbers “tremendous.”
For any of our tenants looking for work, feel free to contact one of our commercial tenants, Phoenix Staffing Services. They help qualified Job Seekers get connected with part-time and full-time positions at some of the most prominent companies in our area. They are constantly looking for talented employees to give them the opportunity to work for and possibly be offered full-time jobs. For more information go to www.PhoenixStaffingServices.com
Dust mites are extremely tiny bugs that belong to the spider family. They live in house dust and feed on the dead skin cells that people regularly shed. Dust mites can survive in all climates and at most altitudes. They thrive in warm environments, preferring those at 70°F (21°C) and 70 percent relative humidity.
When you breathe in the waste products of dust mites, your immune system kicks into high gear, producing antibodies against the normally harmless substances. This overzealous immune response causes the symptoms associated with a dust mite allergy, such as sneezing and runny nose.
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), this type of allergy affects about 20 million people in the United States. Aside from allergy symptoms, long-term exposure to dust mite allergens may lead to sinus infections and asthma.
Store Away the Summer Clothing
Rotate your clothing in accordance with the season to reduce clutter and free up closet space. Once the cool weather starts making an appearance, pack your summer wardrobe into storage containers and keep them under the bed, where they’re still accessible. You can also stash “lightweight out-of-season items in suitcases” and hang them on durable hooks attached to the closet door, points out Apartment Therapy. You can also tuck them into the back corner of a closet or under your bed.
This empties the closet for jackets, sweaters, pants and other autumn essentials, which need more room than summer apparel.
Create a Mudroom by the Door
Take advantage of wall space near the entrance of your apartment and design an improvised mudroom for anything that’s haphazardly strewn around the apartment. You may be thinking, I don’t have space for a “mudroom!” But remember, this space, “doesn’t have to be a ‘room.’ It can be an area that you designate for outdoor gear,” suggests Freshome.
Install hooks, shelves or cubbies to store backpacks, shoes, coats, umbrellas, purses, wallets, keychains, sunglasses and other items you need in the morning. You might lack space for an elaborate organization system, but old milk crates or a standard shelving unit are likely all you need. You can even get creative by adding a storage bench, which adds to both the aesthetic of the apartment and solves your “mudroom” needs.
The bulldozers have not rolled out yet. Major projects are underway in Towson’s core, and the coming years are likely to be a series of ribbon-cutting ceremonies. When the buildings currently under construction are complete, downtown Towson will have grown by more than 800 residential units and thousands of square feet of retail space.
Don’t expect to stop dodging orange cones any time soon, however – major construction projects including Towson Row are likely to stretch on into at least 2020.
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On Thursday, August 16, 2018, the property management and maintenance staff met at the Towson Office for an all-day meeting regarding Fair Housing training and safety training. All staff members were fully engaged and participated throughout the entire day during these important training sessions, which were based on the Fair Housing Haiku by Ron Leshnower.
Bayview Management, LLC believes in and promotes fair housing opportunities for all. The Fair Housing Act celebrated its 50th anniversary this year.
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