Remember those summer reading challenges from your school days? We don’t have a challenge for you, but we do have some suggestions for books to read (or re-read) this summer. We like what best-selling poet and essayist Kathleen Norris says about reading: “Just the knowledge that a good book is awaiting one at the end of a long day makes that day happier.” We want to be a part of making our apartment community here at Woodview at Randolph happier through reading, so we’ve put together a list of good books for our residents to add to their “to read” list, complete with reviews from Goodreads.com. (more…)
Welcome to the Woodview at Randolph Blog. Decorating your Randolph, MA apartment can really be a lot of fun, but finding unique pieces can sometimes be a struggle. You don’t want your home looking exactly like everyone else’s. If you’re on a budget, you’ll certainly want to prioritize the items you’re purchasing for your apartment. Remember, “Rome wasn’t built in a day!” So be patient when deciding on a theme for your home. The good news is that DIY projects are a great way to ensure your home looks just how you want. Even if you follow the directions of a project, you have so much freedom to make it your own and put your own spin on it. (more…)
Is Mount Washmore getting the best of you? It can be challenging to stay caught up with the laundry, which is one of the reasons having a convenient laundry facility on site is a perk of living in our apartment community. It’s great to not have to drive all over Randolph, MA looking for a laundromat that is nearby, reasonably priced, clean, and open! Today the Woodview at Randolph Blog has a rundown on laundry facility etiquette as well as some tips for laundry day. (more…)
How far can you recite pi? If you answered Cherry, Apple, Pecan, Blueberry, we know that in your heart you love wordplay and are definitely a Pi Day fan. The number π is, of course, the mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, approximately equal to 3.14159, which goes on to infinity and beyond. We take the first three digits, 3.14, and read them as a date: Pi Day, March 14th. Whether you like the idea of a savory pie for dinner at your Woodview at Randolph apartment followed by a slice of pie for dessert, or heading out to your favorite Randolph area bakery to simply bring a pie home, we’ve got you covered. (more…)
Valentine’s Day is coming up quickly. It’s the perfect holiday break from Randolph’s winter weather. Today the Woodview at Randolph Blog has some movie suggestions that are perfect after a homemade Valentine’s Day romantic dinner (followed by an amazing dessert of course)!
The Woodview at Randolph offers a lovely range of amenities for members of our apartment community here in Randolph, MA, and that includes being pet-friendly! In today’s blog post, we take a look at choosing a pet that is suitable for apartment living, as well as provide some tips for helping your dog get adequate exercise.
One of the best things about December is receiving holiday letters and cards from family and friends all month. The question is, have you got your own holiday greetings on their way yet? If you have, kudos go out to you! If not, we’ve got some tips to help you get them ready to drop off at the Randolph, MA, post office soon.
We get together for Thanksgiving to eat, watch football, and hang out with friends and family. For many Americans, Thanksgiving weekend is also the time to do some crafting, instead of or perhaps while watching football or waiting for the turkey to cook. So today, the Woodview at Randolph blog is sharing some fun, inexpensive, fall-themed crafting projects to try out come Thanksgiving that will help you be grateful for all you have.
Living in a Woodview at Randolph apartment has many advantages, including the beautiful finishing details of our apartments. From balconies and patios to stunning cabinetry, we have it, including stylish and functional granite-look countertops. In today’s blog post, we will be taking a look at how to keep them looking like new.
Imagine a fresh-from-the-oven loaf of bread, still warm slathered in butter and nearly dripping with golden honey — that image may bring back childhood memories of visiting grandma’s house. Perhaps it will even have you heading out to the nearest Randolph grocery store to pick up more honey. We recommend trying lavender honey or creamed honey for a change. September is National Honey Month. In today’s blog post, we have some honey trivia and some recipes that feature honey, too.
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