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 →
New to Sun Praire, the Stonewood Crossing property is currently being built! Live in a growing residential area, walking distance to Buck and Honey’s, Prairie Athletic Club, and multiple parks. Each of these rentals offers the high-end finishes of a luxury apartment along with the comfort and privacy of townhome life. These units offer private garages, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, luxury vinyl plank flooring, and in-unit washers and dryers. 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 →
Happy Homecoming week Madison! For the past several years MPM has been the sponsor for the UW Madison Homecoming. Get ready to show your Badger Pride with the many homecoming events coming up, and be on the lookout for the MPM Street Team, who will be at some of the events handing out free swag and other prizes!
Light of the Moon 5K
MPM had so much fun handing out swag prior to the run last night! Continue reading →
Now that the craziness is over and you’ve had a few days to get settled into your new apartment, you can finally breathe a sigh of relief. While the stress of your actual move may be over, there are still a few things that you should take care of after moving to a new place in order to prevent headaches later. Check out these tips that we recommend to new residents:
Read the Lease
Even though you should have already read the lease at the time of the lease signing, it’s not fresh in your mind. Read it, and then read it again. You may have just initialed where you were told to, but you should have received a copy of your lease with your move-in packet or emailed to you. If you did not receive one, ask your landlord or property representative for a copy. Make sure you understand everything you are responsible for, like making sure your rent is turned into the office before the first of the month, not just postmarking it by then.Continue reading →
Sharing a bedroom with another person can be difficult, but sometimes it has to be done. If you’ve lived in a dorm, chances are that you have already had to share a room with someone, so you know that it can be stressful. The good news is, it doesn’t have to be! We’ve put together some tips to survive sharing a bedroom with your roommate without going crazy.
Set roommate guidelines from the beginning:
Whether you’re best friends with the person you’re sharing your bedroom with or just meeting them for the first time, guidelines are important. Get together and set some ground rules. A few things to talk about are cleanliness, food, schedules, and guests.
Have you been slacking when it comes to looking for a place to live this fall, and realize you now only have about 2.5 months to find a place? Well, don’t worry, MPM’s got you covered. Whether you’re looking for a place for yourself, or for you and 4 other roommates, we’ve put together a list of some last minute housing options just for you.
High Rises – all utilities, cable and internet included!
Finding a new apartment can sometimes be challenging. What’s more challenging is if you are unable to view a unit before signing a lease for it. Whether you are unable to get off work during the available showing hours, you live out of state, or you are moving from another country, we have a few tips for you when it comes to signing for an apartment “sight unseen”.
For the past several years MPM has been a sponsor for the UW Madison Homecoming. This year, Homecoming week starts Saturday, November 5th and ends November 12th. Get ready to show your Badger Pride with the many homecoming events coming up, and be on the lookout for the MPM Street Team, who will be at some of the events handing out free swag and other prizes!