We are constantly BOMBARDED with information about health–it’s a national pastime: What to eat, When to eat, How much to eat, When to exercise, How to exercise, How much to exercise…the list goes on and the current “HOT” information changes about every 30 seconds! Everywhere you look–Social Media, Articles, Books, Health Coaches–Health Information (and probably some of it very useful) is everywhere!!!!! Continue reading →
Happy first day of March!! As we start off the month and head towards spring, midterms are quickly approaching! These tests can be very stressful and often cause us to feel overwhelmed, overworked, and fatigued. Here are SIX WAYS to help you maintain some sanity this midterm season! Continue reading →
We are excited to bring another guest blog post to you all! This week, Jane Antonovich from Jane Antonovich Designs will be sharing part 1 of the 4 part Feng-Shui Series on the MPM blog over the next year, one post each quarter! How exciting, right? Learn more about Jane at the bottom of this post.
Feng Shui for Love and Romance
It’s February! The month of L-O-O-O-O-O-O-VE!!!! This is the time of year when I frequently have requests for Feng Shui Design that conjures up…
LOVE! ROMANCE! & PASSION!
So, in honor of Valentine’s Day (I’m good with making it a whole week…you, too?), let’s enhance your love life by working on a few basics in your home.Continue reading →
Welcome back to all of the students! We hope you all had a wonderful holiday break and wish you a Happy New Year! As we come up on the end of the second week back, are you back into the school groove yet, or still working on it?! We know coming back from a long break can be difficult! Be sure to check out our post on How to Recover from the Post-Holiday Food Coma! The post has tips that will help you get back into the groove of things and get you ready to hit those books again! Continue reading →
With a few more months of winter left in Wisconsin, you should always be prepared, especially when it comes to your vehicle! If you’re commuting to and from work like most of us, your car needs to have the essentials, especially in case of emergency! Here are our 5 must-haves for your car in the winter months! Continue reading →
The subzero temperatures in Wisconsin may be gone for now, however, winter is still in full swing and isn’t going anywhere too soon! Are you one of those people who likes to keep the temperature at 65 degrees and no higher in the winter, or are you one to turn it all the way up and eat the high heat costs? Today, we’re sharing some tips on keeping your apartment warm while keeping your heating bill down.
The holidays are over, all of the holiday cookies are all eaten, the champagne is all drank and it’s time to start implementing those New Year’s Resolutions! We’ve put together a list of ways to recover from the post-holiday food coma you may currently be in! Get refreshed and get back on track with these tips!
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner! Will you be going out to fun New Year’s Eve parties or will you be staying in? What better way to avoid the cold than to host a New Year’s Eve party in your apartment? We’ve laid out 10 things to consider when hosting a New Year’s Eve party in your apartment.
We are happy to announce the Avenue Club as our guest blogger for this week’s post. The Avenue Club & Bubble Up Bar is located at 1128 E. Washington Avenue, just down the street from our Galaxie and Constellation luxury high-rise apartment buildings.
At The Avenue Club & Bubble Up Bar we are all about tradition. This winter, the additions to our specialty cocktail menu are no exception. All of our drinks are adaptations of classic American cocktails from the Sidecar to the Manhattan; but with the arrival of the cold season, we wanted our new libations to warm your soul whether by The Avenue Lounge’s firepit or afterward taking in the amazing view from the Galaxie’s Community Patio. Continue reading →
We know Fall has just arrived, but now that it’s getting colder, Winter is getting closer! We want you to be prepared. We’re sharing some ways to transition your apartment from fall to winter!
Not everyone likes to keep fall/winter and spring/summer clothing separate, but if you do, now is the time to start transitioning all of those spring/summer pieces out of your closet for the colder seasons. Continue reading →