The Red Oak Life Blog

How to Throw a Great Halloween Party without Breaking the Bank!

Halloween may be filled with tricks and treats, but you don’t want to trick your wallet by throwing an expensive Halloween Party. By following these simple tips, you can make sure the only tricks at your party are the ones you play on your guests.

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New Ideas for Fall Fun in New Hampshire

This state is very lucky because there are so many fall activities around the area that are all about celebrating the autumnal season. From Mid-September through the end of November, fall may not be the longest season but it definitely makes the most of its short lifespan. If you are looking for fun fall festivities to frolic to, here are some great options.

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Downsize Your Living Space- It’s a Good Thing!

One of the most popular ways to simplify your life nowadays seems to be the notion of downsizing. Some couples or families move from a house to an apartment and simply love the results. This kind of change to your life can be very stressful but there are awesome advantages and aspects to downsizing your living quarters.   Moving to an apartment can help you organize, lower expenses and can be great not just for your wallet but for you as well.

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Manchester’s Newest Dining Destination: The 110 Grill!

Manchester, NH's newest restaurant has just opened in downtown.  We recommend the 110 Grill as a great dining option for you.

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5 Tips for Entertaining in your Apartment

Just because you live in an apartment doesn’t mean you can’t have a dinner party.  Pick a good night and have your friends over for a dinner party.  Having friends over to your apartment is fun and eventful.   Here are our top 5 tips for making your party go smoothly.

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3 Ways to Save Money and Energy in Your Apartment

Choosing an apartment for your home is smart for many reasons.  The freedom and flexibility that it offers is a tremendous thing.  Saving money is a factor no matter where you decide to live.  One way to save in your apartment is by being conscious of energy costs.  There is a misconception that in order to save energy you must spend lots of money on long-term changes on equipment and materials that as a renter you can’t do to your apartment.  Don’t worry…here are 3 Ways to Save Money & Energy in Your Apartment.

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