Yes, You Need Renters Insurance! Here’s Why

If you are a millennial, there’s a 50/50 chance that you’re also a renter. Most people rent an apartment, condo, or home until they are in a position to purchase a home of their own. Millennials have largely been pushed out of the housing market thanks to the rising housing and rental costs, inflation, student … Read more

What Millennials Want In A Home In 2022

Millennials are the largest generation by population, and although they waited to start buying homes, they make up the largest share of home buyers at 43%. If you’re a seller in 2022, it’s better to appeal to what millennials want in a homeor you risk losing a huge percentage of prospective buyers. Millennials have some … Read more

5 Strategies to Improve Teacher-Student Interaction in Online Classrooms

The shift to remote learning and online classes has proven challenging and overwhelming for students and teachers. The pressure is enormous, and while students struggle to grasp concepts, teachers are grappling to ensure student participation and classroom interactions. We all direly miss the good old days of classroom fun and activities that allowed everyone to … Read more

12 Things to do in LA this June

Bridgerton Afternoon Tea If you loved the Bridgerton Experience, you will also love the Bridgerton Afternoon Tea. Happening at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, expect an afternoon of Tea sessions that are a perfect opportunity for people of all ages to immerse themselves in the Bridgerton universe and enjoy a traditional tea party amongst royalty. (They … Read more

The Drawstring Chino Is The Pant For Our New Normal

Our comfort requirements have changed – and so has the chino. By Primer reader Christopher A. Like many office workers, I began working from home after the pandemic started. And despite academic theories about “enclothed cognition” and articles about how some people were wearing business casual to “get into work mode,” I’ve exclusively worn sweatpants … Read more