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Living In Arizona

Long Realty is pleased to bring you tips for Living in Arizona, courtesy of our local Long Advantage business partners. The articles below covers an array of helpful and insightful tips for the Arizona lifestyle. We hope you find this information useful.

 


Hiking in Hot Weather

The current climate in Arizona is perfect for hitting the trails whether it’s a day trip through Sabino Canyon to Seven Falls, hiking up Pinnacle Peak Trail in Scottsdale, or burrowing your way down south through Madera Canyon in Santa Cruz County. To make sure you’re ready for both spring and summer hikes it’s essential to properly plan, outfit yourself with the appropriate gear, and watch out for any health warning signs to keep your day of fun from becoming a potentially disastrous one.

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Being OK with Clutter

Spring cleaning appears to be a trend that will never go out of style, but have you ever thought about keeping a slightly cluttered home? There are a few reasons why this mentality makes sense, and a messy house can spark joy!

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Harvesting Rainwater

The climate system in Arizona poses unique challenges to its residents, ranging from extremely high temperatures in the summer to monsoon rains in June. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor (USDM), our local eco-system is experiencing moderate drought conditions.

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Keep Up the Good Work

We are into the third month of the year, and many individuals are bored with their same-old workout routine. If you need to break the cycle of your “Globo Gym” and feel less like a hamster on a treadmill, spice up your workout with some of these exciting and challenging ideas.

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The Grand Canyon Turns 100!

It’s time to warm up your vocal cords and sing a rousing round of “Happy Birthday” because the Grand Canyon National Park turns 100 this month! While the Grand Canyon itself has been around for millions of years (although scientists aren’t exactly sure how long), it was an act of the United States Congress on February 26, 1919, that established it as a national park.

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Past Living in Arizona Articles
Hiking in Hot Weather
Being OK with Clutter
Harvesting Rainwater - Tucson
Harvesting Rainwater - Arizona
Keep Up The Good Work - Arizona
Keep Up The Good Work - Tucson
The Grand Canyon Turns 100!
Does Your Home Spark Joy?
Two-in-One Landscaping
Smarter Living
Out Of This World Tech
Psychedelic, baby!
Rockin’ Into the New Year
The Weather is Ripe in Arizona
Art Meets Geography
Cabinet Can Dos
Gobble, Gobble, Help?!
Spruce Up Your Outdoor Spaces
Put Your Blue Bin To Work
Time Saving Kitchen Tips
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