Budget, budget, budget! Having a budget is a great way to save money. In order to start budgeting, you have to determine how much you spend on the essentials each month. Start with the basics like rent/mortgage payments and utilities. Those are things that usually stay pretty consistent on a monthly basis. Then, look back … Continue reading 4 Ways to Start Saving and Stop Spending
Although we don’t like to think about it, natural disasters can happen at any time. Two of the most popular for the Midwest are tornadoes and floods. September is National Preparedness Month, so, to keep with its theme, here are some tips to help when it comes to natural disasters. Being prepared means having all … Continue reading Are You Prepared for Natural Disaster?
Labor Day weekend is a time to celebrate the end of summer with family and friends. Many people take the time to grill out, enjoy the pool, and bask in the beautiful weather as the season ends. There are, however, a few things people should be aware of as crowds gather to celebrate the festivities. … Continue reading Safety Tips for Labor Day Weekend
Renting your first apartment is so exciting! Your Pinterest board is probably bursting at seams with cute ideas for your new space! While knocking out a wall or pulling up carpet isn’t an option, these tips for decorating will help personalize your apartment. Front door décor. The front door is the first thing your guests … Continue reading Décor Tips and Parkwood Flips
Let’s face it, at some point or another we look around our homes and wonder how we accumulated so much clutter. This can be especially difficult when you live in a studio apartment. However, there is hope! Here are a few ideas on how to maximize your studio apartment space. Organization is key when … Continue reading Avoid the clutter in a studio apartment
Here at Parkwood we’re all about classic charm with our look. Nowadays its hard to find certain things and places to replicate that, but we got something for you! If shopping second hand, vintage shopping or overall antiquing is something you enjoy regularly or every once in a while to find that certain something, … Continue reading Parkwood Manor tracks local Knick-Knacks and Artifacts
The Omaha Farmers Market is a good place to support local vendors, buy art, and create delicious meals on a budget. With over 120 vendors, the discoveries are endless! Daniels Produce will provide you with endless options to create a nutritious meal. Do you have a sweet tooth? No problem! You can visit The Nut … Continue reading Omaha Farmers Market
Omaha is buzzing with activity this weekend! We’ve got you covered for all the information you need: Junkstock: Underneath the Stars is back and better than ever. June 21-23, spend your evening with over 150 vintage vendors, live music and hot air balloon rides. Head down to Sycamore Farms at 1150 River Road in Waterloo, just … Continue reading Weekend Plans? Look No Further!
Omaha Summer ideas! I have my passes for the Henry Doorly Zoo! I am exited to start outdoor activities. Check out this link to Ultimate list of things to do in Omaha. It has a list of restaurants in Omaha in case you are looking for something new to try! https://ohmyomaha.com/omaha/what-to-do-in-omaha/ This past weekend we tried Plank … Continue reading Omaha events to keep #Nebraskastrong
Tired of writing checks, wasting stamps and envelopes or just the inconvenience of dropping off your rent check at the office? Rent Café will put a stop to all the unnecessary tasks at hand! This service offers online rent and utility payment options, as well as the capability to view your ledger and even put … Continue reading Save Time With Online Rental Payment