Here are a few things we love about The Registry Apartments that we think you'll love too:
- Unbelievable deals: Renew and sign for only $390 (4x4 units) all February long!
- Awesome resident events: Resident only events EVERY week as well as online contests and giveaways!
- Amazing property amenities: Saltwater pool, the best clubhouse (complete with computer rooms, cozy study areas, tanning beds and a fully-equipped gym!), sand volleyball court and FREE parking - just to name a few!
- Outstanding unit amenities: Private bathrooms in every room, washer/dryer in every unit, dishwasher in every unit and completely furnished common areas and bedrooms!
- Excellent customer service: Our staff and maintenance team strive to make your stay at The Registry the best experience as your home-away-from-home!
The New Year brings out so many opportunities for us to make small changes in our lives that could impact us in a big way! Why not start with your life at college and some of the choices you make day-in and day-out while in school. Below is a small list of suggestions to add to your New Year’s Resolutions that can enhance the rest of your college experience.
1. Get around 8 hours of sleep a night. College students can’t help but feel a love/hate relationship with getting the sleep they deserve. After the workday, it’s time for homework, friends, and the many other obligations of a college student. This type of pace will burn you out and eventually hinder all these areas of your life. Begin making it a necessity to get at least 8 hours of solid reset every night.
2. Get a set amount of exercise each week. It’s a test week, or finals week, or maybe your favorite organization’s best social week. Whatever it is, it never seems like the right time to get a good workout in. A healthy body is a healthy mind! Jump into 2018 with the goal to exercise a certain amount each week. Start small and grow as you get more comfortable.
3. Eat healthier at each meal. Universities tend to have the reputation for breeding horrible diets. From frozen foods, to late night grease meals to skipping breakfast, it’s safe to say college students aren’t watching their greens intake. Part of staying sharp and mentally focused through the rigors of class is staying healthy. Get a nutritional kick through incorporating healthier meals.
4. Try something new/step out of your comfort zone at least once a month. Routine is such an easy pit to fall into in college. The same thing every day can put a damper on our young, creative minds. This year, make it a point to put yourself outside your comfort zone and experience something new at least once a month.
5. Finish your papers at least one day in advance. Abide by the saying, “do something today you’ll be proud of tomorrow”. Procrastinating never leaves a student in a good spot, and waiting to do something as consuming as a paper until the last minute can be devastating if something trips you up. Challenge yourself and get it done a day early!
6. Take a leadership position on campus- there are so many different options out there for this! Not only will this look great on your resume but you’ll learn valuable lessons that cannot be taught in the classroom.
7. Spend time with people who are strangers to you. Once you venture outside your normal group of friends, you’ll be amazed to find some incredible people who have been around you this whole time. You won’t believe who you can meet.
What does every parent love to get during the holidays? Why, photos of their family of course! In a few easy steps, you can take a standard photograph and have a beautiful personalized drink coaster for every member of your family! This thoughtful, homemade gift can cost as little as $5 to make, so it certainly will not break the bank!
4 small tiles (purchased at a home improvement store in the bath section)
Modge Podge glue
Printed photos (on copy paper from your home printer)
Step 1: measure your tile and print the photographs so that they are only slightly larger than the tile. Print.
Step 2: Cut the photo out and coat the back of the photo with Modge Podge using the paintbrush
Step 3: Place the photo on the tile and weigh it down with a large book to set. Leave until the Modge Podge has dried. Preferably overnight.
Step 4: trim the edges (sand if needed) and brush the while tile with another coat of Modge Podge. Allow to dry and voila!