As the temperature drops that doesn’t mean the fun has to! Check out our picks for some winter bucket list activities below!
Host a Football Party with your Roommates- Make some fun appetizers or just order pizza and wings! You can’t go wrong either way! Check out this link for Cream Cheese Jalapeno Poppers.
Make Homemade Hot Chocolate- There’s nothing quite like sipping some hot coca while listening to the rain outside. Check out this recipe for a Simple Old Fashioned Hot Chocolate. You can’t go wrong with a classic.
Do a Random Act of Kindness- Random acts of kindness are some of the most fulfilling and most humane and human things you could ever do. Especially when it is done for a complete stranger. Some things you could are: Donate food, pay for the coffee of the person behind you, volunteer at an animal shelter, or feed someone’s meter.
Host a Game Night- Stay in for the evening, get cozy in your favorite PJ’s and have a game night marathon. Ramp up the competitiveness by giving out prizes. Game on!!
Learn to Snowboard- Put those skis away and try your hand (or foot) at snowboarding. No one will judge you if you only make it down the bunny hill!
Make Homemade Soup- Let’s be honest. What’s better than a warm bowl of soup on a cold winter day? Check out this easy Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe. You’ll thank us later.
2900 is committed to providing our incoming residents with a community environment that aligns with CDC protocols and local health guidance to help stop the spread of COVID 19.Below are just a few of the precautions we will be taking on move in day to ensure the health of our future residents:
Staggered, scheduled move in times to avoid large numbers of people at once. Please contact us today if you have not received your time.
Everyone, including our staff, will be required to wear a face covering.
Sanitizing stations throughout the property.
We will be limiting the amount of paperwork that needs to be turned in on move in day. We will be reaching out to you in an effort to get any outstanding items turned in electronically prior to that day.
Our staff will be continuously wiping down all high touch surfaces.
Stickers will be placed on the ground to ensure everyone stays 6 feet apart.
Seal stickers will be placed on every bedroom door after thorough cleaning and sanitizing has been done to ensure each bedroom remains uncontaminated.
These are just some of the precautions we will be taking to ensure your new home is clean and your move in experience is a healthy one. We will continue to monitor and update our standard operating procedures as part of a continued focus on the health of our residents and team members.
We are so excited to meet all of our future residents on move in day!
This summer may look a little different than past summers: Summer activities during COVID-19 aren’t quite the same as your traditional summer activities. As we continue social distancing and begin slowly reopening in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, some summer traditions—summer camps, outdoor concerts, big fireworks displays, summer vacations—may be curtailed for everyone’s safety.
But that doesn’t mean summer 2020 has to be a bummer. Don’t focus on all the summer activities that have been canceled or put on the unsafe list—instead, think about the positive, and all the wonderful things you can still do at home or while social distancing this summer.
If you’re looking for fun things to do in the summer at home—or simply want to focus on the simple pleasures of the season—try some of these stellar summer activities and staycation ideas that are just as wonderful as your traditional summer vacation plans.