A long-term hotel stay can be rough on employees and contractors alike. It's usually not the best form of corporate housing. Anything longer than a few days and staying in a hotel room can begin to feel limiting and claustrophobic.
Everything begins to feel the same. Every day starts and ends impersonally, and that can impact the behavior, attitude, and productivity of people who need to be on their game. That can quickly lead to jobs that are done worse or that take longer, which lead to delays and the job having to be done over again. That doesn't reflect well on any organization.
It's better by far to rely on short-term corporate housing. For weeks or months on the job, this gives someone a home away from home, with more amenities and at a comparable or an even lower cost. Let's compare the two element by element.
You know what they say about choosing where you live: location, location, location. It's important to be close to the parks, shops, and other amenities that you'll frequent. You don't want to live near a strip mall or in a high rise. You don't want to have to drive half an hour to get to the places that relax you – the drive alone is already stressful! You want to be able to walk over or hop on your bike. If your mobility is limited, you should be able to get to a reasonable number of places easily.
Convenience is one of the core priorities of Regency Park in Greenwood. Readers of the Index-Journal have voted it Best Apartment Community for five years in a row. A great deal of that comes from how accessible so many different shops, services, and parks are.
Winter means you've kept the windows closed for months. When spring rolls around, it's a fantastic opportunity to open the windows up and let the breeze flow through. Unfortunately, that means letting in allergens by the bucket load, not to mention everything that settled in winter getting kicked up. What's the best plan to reduce the allergens in your apartment? How do you prepare your apartment for allergy season?
We live in an age where we have access to more “stuff” than ever before. A lot of our possessions are enjoyable or help us to relax. They make life easier or serve as talking pieces when guests are over. Too much of a good thing, though, can quickly limit your living space no matter where you live. Creating space in an apartment is even more important. There are ways to increase living space in an apartment that are fairly simple to do.