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Make Your Winter Move Easier With These 3 Supplies

Posted on December 5, 2017 by admin in Resources

One of the most stressful life events a person can endure is moving all of their stuff from one place to another. Having the right tools for the job will help reduce the pressure and make things easier for everyone involved. Below are 3 essentials for today’s move, complete with Amazon review links.     […]

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3 Benefits of Learning a Second Language

Posted on October 4, 2017 by admin in Resources

Have You Considered Learning a Second Language?  One of our properties offers second languages classes, and anyone can sign up for free language classes online.  Here are 3 main benefits of learning a second language: Your Brain Will Grow – Johan Martensson’s research shows that after three months of studying a foreign language, learners’ brains grew in four […]

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Best Breakfast in Portland? (Bloody Marys, Family-Friendly, 21+, Specials)

Posted on September 18, 2017 by admin in Recipes, Resources

Our favorite local event website PDX Pipeline publishes a regularly updated list of the hottest Portland breakfast spots. Oregon breakfast and brunch spots including food and drink specials, family-friendly locations, adults-only/21+, and more. East Burn | 1800 East Burnside | (503) 236 2876 | www.theeastburn.com/eat Everyday 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Weekdays 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. […]

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7 Feng Shui Tips for Your Apartment Home

Posted on December 2, 2016 by admin in Resources

Living in an apartment home is a great choice for many people, but not everyone has a good sense of style and comfort. Here are some tips to help you feel supported, inspired and excited to come home each day:   Make your entryway a focal point – The entryway is considered the mouth of chi where […]

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The Highest Trail-Point on Mt. Hood is Cooper Spur

Posted on July 23, 2016 by admin in Resources

Cooper Spur is the highest point on Mount Hood that can be reached by trail. In fact, you can continue on the ridge just past Cooper Spur until you reach the snowfield that marks the beginning of the climbing route. Read more at PNWTrailOvers.com Location: Mount Hood Start: Tilly Jane Sno-Park Distance: 12.6 miles Elevation […]

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