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Feel at home with long term accommodation

Posted By dm_holly On September 23, 2013
Feel at home with long term accommodation
When it comes to finding your feet in a brand new city, dealing with accommodation issues is the last thing you want on your mind. Finding a suitable place to rent in a good area can be a time-consuming process, not to mention organising all of the paperwork that comes with it. With Live@Mantra, there's an easy way to get around this problem...
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Juggling work and life: How to find the right balance in a new city

Posted By dm_holly On September 16, 2013
Juggling work and life: How to find the right balance in a new city
With an exciting new job, the tendency to throw yourself into your work and get ahead can be hard to resist. It can be especially difficult maintaining a healthy work-life balance when the job involves moving to a new city. Often, people put all their focus on their work in order to cope with the demands of living in an unfamiliar city..
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Things you don't need to take when you move

Posted By dm_holly On September 13, 2013
Things you don't need to take when you move
Moving cities and moving into Live@Mantra, a great long stay accommodation option, will come with the same question for many: How can I possibly relocate my life in one go? The thing is, you don't really need to shift every single thing you own - let alone do it all in one trip...
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5 clubs to join when you move city

Posted By dm_holly On September 11, 2013
5 clubs to join when you move city
While the physical upheaval involved in moving cities is often perceived as the hardest part of the process, leaving a web of friends and acquaintances behind is the real issue. In your home city, you can walk down a busy street and see people you know, even if only vaguely. That's all part of feeling like you belong...
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Shop and mingle at the weekend markets in Melbourne

Posted By dm_holly On September 10, 2013
Shop and mingle at the weekend markets in Melbourne
If you're moving into one of Mantra's Live@ hotels in Melbourne such as Mantra on Russell or Mantra Southbank, there are plenty of opportunities to get out and about and discover the best the city has to offer. For those who like to do a bit of shopping, Melbourne's weekend markets are sure to satisfy. With a range of arts, crafts, food and more on display, you'll be spoiled for choice - it's a great way to meet new people, too...
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