One of the perks of living at West of Chestnut is having access to our many amenities, including the media room. With Valentine’s Day coming up, we’ve put together a list of classic movies you may want to screen to celebrate this romantic holiday. They are old, but being a classic means there is a reason they are still around. So check out these dramas and comedies this month. Of course if Valentine’s is a day you ignore, we’ve got options for that, too!
Today the West of Chestnut blog takes up from where we left off with the topic of getting organized. Now that you’ve got everything sorted, you may find yourself with things that you don’t necessarily want to throw out because they are still usable, but you’re not quite sure what to do with them. Today we have some options for you to look into.
The beginning of a new year is a clean slate, and for many of us, that means taking the time to get organized for the year. Whether that is setting your budget for the year, figuring out your work/school/social calendar (don’t forget to include those vacation days for the summer celebrations happening in Quincy), or organizing your physical space being organized helps us to be more productive. Our apartments have spacious closets, and we offer extra storage space as one of our amenities. Today, the West of Chestnut blog will be sharing some tips for getting your apartment space organized for the new year.
West of Chestnut is pleased to be a pet friendly community. That’s right, we welcome your furry friends! We do ask that you understand and abide by our pet policy. In today’s blog post, we are providing tips for living with pets in our apartments.
If you currently don’t have a pet but are thinking of getting a dog, this article has excellent information about what breeds do and don’t do well in an apartment setting, which is an important thing to consider.
Embracing winter is easy to do when we can snuggle up with a cozy blanket in our West of Chestnut apartment, right? Today we have some fun ideas to create winter themed crafts to add to your holiday activities including snowflakes, gingerbread, and snowmen. So read throught these ideas then head out to your favorite Quincy, MA craft store to pick up some supplies and get started soon!
Tie-dyed turkey may not be your style, but the fact remains that for the majority of Americans, come Thursday, November 24th, some variety of turkey will be gracing most tables in Quincy, MA, including those at the West of Chestnut apartment community. So in today’s blog post, we thought we would provide a rundown on various ways to prepare turkey. If you aren’t the one cooking the turkey but need to take something to share, we’ve included some dessert recipes that are travel-friendly too.
It’s November, and that means Thanksgiving will be here before we know it. Whether you are staying here in our wonderful apartment community for the holiday or heading out of Quincy to gather with family, we want to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. In honor of the holiday, in today’s blog post, we are focusing on gratitude.
Autumn is upon us and that means cool, crisp mornings, warm afternoons, and evenings stealing upon us ever more quickly as the days fly by. The green of spring and summer is taken over by hues of red, brown, and orange — so why not embrace those colors and make them a part of decorating your West of Chestnut apartment for the autumn season. Pumpkins, gourds, pinecones, leaves, and Indian (also known as flint) corn lend themselves well to creating a harvest-home theme.
October is National Popcorn Month, and with American’s eating approximately seventeen million quarts of popcorn every year, we thought it would be entertaining to do a blog post about what is arguably America’s favorite snack. We’ll start with some fun popcorn factoids, and follow up with some recipes for this good-for-you treat.
Have you ever thought of a friend you haven’t seen for awhile and found yourself wondering what they are doing now? And then laughed at yourself for forgetting that your friend is merely the character in the last book you read? Books that resonate within us can have that effect. The fact that we feel like we lose a friend when the book ends, ponder about what happens next, and want the author to write a sequel are all signs of a good storyteller. In today’s post, we will share some books that, for many readers, have that “stay with you” quality. Reviews are from Goodreads.com.