- Prep Your Body- Start going to bed a little earlier the next few days to slowly adjust to the time change. Your body will handle the time change better in smaller increments.
- Get Excited- Have a positive mentality regarding the upcoming time change. Day light savings happens twice a year, so you know it is coming. Think of all the things you can do with more day light? Longer evening hikes, getting out of work with light still outside, waking up to some sun. Get yourself excited to enjoy the challenge of springing forward this year.
- Change Clocks- Make sure that you write a note to change your clocks. You don’t want to be late to a meeting, class, a party or church because you are an hour late. Make a note now to remind you to change your clocks.
The Village has 9 different unique floor plans; so you can find a floor plan that fits you best. This week we are highlighting one of our favorite one-bedroom, one-bath apartments we have here, The Cambridge.
The Cambridge is our spacious 889 square foot apartment, with more room than you will know what you do with. It has many closets and even comes with an extra den if you just need your own little space away from everything else. The den can be used as a nursery, home office, or just a hobby room.
Want some outdoors, too? The Cambridge has a patio/deck for those warm summer days and nights. The patios have a great outdoor storage unit included as well. You will also love the amount of lighting with all of the windows that really help it to have an open feel. No matter what, we know you will love all of our apartments here at The Village. Maybe The Cambridge is the one for you; come in and take a look today.
Looking to plan for the future? Come meet The Village and see why you will love it at our complex. We are a pet-friendly community housing complex with 9 different floor plans. Bring your friends and get some free dinner and learn more!
Join us at Papa John’s Rexburg on Thursday, March 17th from 5pm to 7pm.
You can learn more about what we offer, get some FREE pizza, enter to win free prizes and some fun swag bags from The Village.
The Village is community housing that provides housing for all walks of life. Whether you are about to get married, graduating, working full time, retired or have just moved to Rexburg because it is awesome, we can help! *This is not single BYUI approved student housing.*
Learn more about The Village today. Rexburg is at your fingertips with this ideal location, located just blocks from the BYU-Idaho campus, and amenities for housing young families in the Rexburg community. With multiple floor plans available to fit your needs, The Village will be your ultimate housing experience in the Rexburg area.
The Village has easy freeway access, is approximately 20 minutes from the Idaho Falls Airport, and is close to Jackson Hole, Salt Lake City, Yellowstone National Park, ski resorts, world class fishing, and much more.
With nine different layouts and floor plans, fantastic amenities and dedicated on-site management, we pride ourselves on being able to meet your needs and being the favorite married housing in Rexburg, for BYU-Idaho students and their spouses. Stop by today for a tour of the complex and see how we can enrich your life.
Day light savings is right around the corner, as in this Sunday, March 13th! Are you ready to spring forward into Spring? A little more sunshine during the day will take away the winter blues. We know that remembering which way to move your clock can be confusing, so just remember that in the spring you spring forward, while in the fall you fall backwards.
That means you need to set your clock one hour ahead this spring. Here are some tips to help you to get ready to lose a little bit of sleep when day light savings hits this Sunday.
With more light and a little less sleep for a day, we hope you make the most of it and have fun! At The Village we hope that you are happy and having fun all year long. Happy Day Light Savings everyone!
Happy belated, Read Across America Day from The Village! This Seussical tradition was started by the National Education Association in March of 1997, to honor the beloved Dr. Seuss’s birthday, and make it a grand day to celebrate reading. This tradition has captivated many and has grown and grown. Last year, the National Education Association received 988 pledges for different events in the 50 states of America, as well as in 11 new and extra locations abroad. Many have caught the spirit of this magical, educational event and are using it to inspire others.
Reading can play such an important role in the life of a child. To a child, a book is not just the pages that are turned, but it allows their imaginations and creativity grow, as their minds take-off on different adventures through their reading. Think about your favorite book and the impact it had on your life. I’m sure that book is now wrinkled and worn showing many tattered pages because you took it on your favorite daydreams while still in your youth. Possibly that book even shaped some of the goals that you have for yourself in this life. Being well-read helps with cognitive thinking skills and processing, as well as writing skills and comprehension. Books make a distinct difference by adding so much value, not just isolated to helping our children only do well succeeding in school, but give the ability to open up the windows of their minds and to learn to love reading for a life-time.
The National Education Association had the right idea, when they wanted to celebrate books and the wonderful impact they make on our lives forever. With this added incentive and motivation of this special day, you are just a turn of a page away from your next adventure…so just go and find your next book! Maybe next year, on March 2nd you can dress-up with a little Seussical inspiration and celebrate Read Across America Day! Happy Reading from The Village!