The energy was very perceptible, as I rode into the VIP entrance of the Georgia Dome for the Atlanta Falcons versus Tampa Bay Buccaneers football game. The crowds paraded towards the dome, for what turned out to be a big win for the Atlanta Falcons. Even though attending a NFL football game is exciting, I was more excited about the opportunity to share the experience with my Camden family via my Twitter feed. Imagine if you will something big happening and you can’t wait to call your family to share. That’s how I feel, when I have the opportunity to experience super cool events and the opportunity to represent the company I work for.
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Posted in Atlanta, Southeast Florida, St. Louis, Tampa Bay Area, tagged #PhippsFallSeries, #WalkInLuxury, Atlanta, atlanta apartments, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta events, Bryan Cox, Buccs versus Falcons, Buckhead, Camden, Camden ATL, Camden Brookwood, Camden culture, Camden Deerfield, Camden Dunwoody, Camden Living, Camden Midtown, Camden Paces, Camden Peachtree City, Camden Phipps, Camden Property Trust, Camden Shiloh, Camden St. Clair, Camden Vantage, college football, experience, family fun, football, Football game, fun, fun activities, Georgia Dome, Google, Hard Knocks, HBO, HBO Hard Knocks, Inman Park, ITP, living excellence, Midtown Atlanta, NFL, NFL Bryan Cox, NFL sponsors, NFL Sunday, Selfie, tailgate, tailgating, Tamp Bay Buccaneers, Tampa, The Sunday Ticket, Things to do in Atlanta, Tweet, Twitter on September 30, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Southeast Florida, tagged Back to School, blog, family, Friends, fun, life, living excellence, savings, school supplies, shopping, summer, tax free weekend on July 31, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Nationwide there is a sense of excitement as school begins, yet at the same time a feeling of sadness as summer comes to an end. With the memories of family vacations, summer blockbuster movies and sleepovers fresh in their mind, parents and children alike are preparing backpacks, uniforms and lunch boxes in anticipation of a great school year.
Posted in Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Corpus Christi, Dallas, DC Metro, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Orange County/Long Beach, Orlando, Phoenix Metro Area, Raleigh/Triangle Area, San Antonio, San Diego, Southeast Florida, St. Louis, Tampa Bay Area, tagged apartment, Camden, Camden lifestyle, Camden Living, Camden Property Trust, Camdenliving.com, community, cooking, cooking for three, DIY, family, Friends, fun, Houston, mycamden.com, Quick 30 minute recipes, ravioli recipe, residents, summer, Texas on July 28, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
I’m not much of a chef. In fact, the only thing I’ve really perfected cooking in my lifetime is spaghetti, until now! I found an amazing recipe online and it was so delicious and easy I wanted to share! This ravioli paired with a little garlic bread and salad is simply to DIE for!
The great thing about this particular recipe is, if you don’t like or eat meat, you can use cheese-stuffed ravioli pockets and make it a vegetarian meal! How awesome is that?! Just a reminder, if cooking for a vegetarian, opt for a regular tomato sauce, rather than marinara. Only 3 ingredients and a 45 minutes to bake, how can you go wrong with this recipe? Oh, that’s right, you can’t. Check it out!
You can purchase all of these ingredients at your local grocery store
1 bag (25 Oz. Bag) Frozen Ravioli
1 jar (26 Oz. Jar) Marinara Sauce
2 cups Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
Parmesan Cheese, For Sprinkling
Heat oven to 400°F. Spray bottom and sides of a 9×13 rectangular baking dish with cooking spray.
Spread 3/4 cup of the pasta sauce in baking dish. Arrange half of the frozen ravioli in a single layer over the sauce; top with half of the remaining pasta sauce and half of the mozzarella cheese. Repeat layers once, starting with ravioli. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 30 minutes. Remove foil; bake uncovered for 10 to 15 minutes longer or until bubbly and hot in the center. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving.
There are plenty of free things to do in San Diego like hiking, biking, running, going to the beach but below I’m going to list 5 of my picks for free-ish things to do in San Diego.
1. Visit La Jolla Cove – There is so much to see and plenty of places to shop and eat. The best part, in my opinion, is Children’s Pool which is an enclosed beach that many Harbor Seals call home. You can watch them sunbathing and playing in the water from a great viewing point on the wall that encloses the beach and protects it from the waves.
Posted in Austin, Charlotte, Corpus Christi, Dallas, DC Metro, Houston, Las Vegas, Orange County/Long Beach, Phoenix Metro Area, San Diego, tagged apartment, apartments, Camden, Camden Apartments, Camden Living, Camdenliving.com, community, community policies, Friends, fun, harry potter, home, inquisitorial squad, life, lifeguard, living excellence, northern virginia, nova, policies, resident, residents, Rules, Swimming, Trash, umbridge, Valet Waste, virginia on June 14, 2014 | 1 Comment »
Community policies are essential for a Camden apartment community to function successfully. Without rules, our residents would not be happy, and would most likely not want to stay living in their apartment homes. Camden is known for providing Living Excellence, and part of that is by enforcing our policies. Though I do not live in the same Camden as I work at, I treat Camden Fairfax Corner as my home.
In my 3 and half years of working in the apartment industry, specifically with Camden, I have quickly learned that there are some residents who love when rules are enforced, and others who question why we do things.
Posted in Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Corpus Christi, Dallas, DC Metro, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Orange County/Long Beach, Orlando, Phoenix Metro Area, Raleigh/Triangle Area, San Antonio, San Diego, Southeast Florida, St. Louis, Tampa Bay Area, tagged apartment, apartments, Camden, Camden Apartments, Camden Living, Camden Property Trust, Camdenliving.com, ETSY.com, Father's Day, Father's Day 2014, fun, Gift Ideas for Father's Day, mycamden.com, Personalized Father's Day Gifts, Spec's beer box, Specs, Texas, Tips, Walgreens, www.etsy.com on June 9, 2014 | Leave a Comment »
Father’s Day is almost here! We only have 5 more days to hunt for the perfect gift for Dear Ol’ Dad! 6/15/2014 is the big day, and if you’re like me, you haven’t bought your dad a gift yet! Dads can be super difficult to buy for but i’m here to help! I came up with a list of 5 cool Father’s Day gifts that chances are he doesn’t have (yet). Check it out!
1.) Walgreen’s Personalized Photo Calendar
This is a big hit with dads! I bought one for my dad last year and he cried. Its only $30 but it makes a really special gift for a really special dad!
This is a wonderful gift to give your dad if you have the time to spend to create it. For only $30, each page can be customized with your own special photos and sentiments. They also make this book in the version of “Why a Son Needs a Dad” – awww!
3.) Beer in a Box
If your dad loves to relax and drink a beer every now and then, this is the gift for him. Yes, beer in a box! The size of the box can vary from about $30 to $70. You can buy these at Spec’s. Its the gift that keeps on giving. I’m sure he will share!
4.) Personalized Guitar Pick – Sterling Silver – www.Etsy.com
My dad LOVES to play guitar! Its his passion in life. What better way to show him how much you love him than this awesome guitar pick! You can personalize the pick to say whatever you would like. The finished pick comes in a black pouch and can be shipped right to dad’s door!
Best. Gift. Ever.
5.) Quality Time
Qualify time is priceless! Take your dad fishing or take him to the driving range to hit a few golf balls. Nothing shows how much you appreciate your dad than good ol’ quality time.
Happy Father’s Day to all of the AMAZING Father’s out there!