Celebrate in Gilbert This September
Welcome to this month’s blog brought to you by Liv Northgate, our apartments for rent in Gilbert, AZ. Our blog post this week is all about ways to appreciate the month of September because there’s more to celebrate than just Labor Day weekend! So if you want to celebrate a national month long holiday or you’re up for a day to focus on thinking positively or reading comics, we’ve got the info you need. Plus we have movie suggestions for what’s on the big screen this month.
Classical Music Month
Classical music isn’t just good for your baby; it’s good for you, too! Whenever you need something to soothe you, put you to sleep, relieve pain, add happiness to your life, boost your memory, or spark creativity in your mind, try putting on classical music you enjoy. Check out the classical music playlists on Soundcloud to find something you love!
Positive Thinking Day
Give yourself permission to love life this Positive Thinking Day (the 13th) and always. While there is much in life to get upset, frustrated, and indignant about, be sure to allow room for positive thinking, too. Check out this complete guide to positive thinking techniques to find healthy ways to adapt a more positive mindset.
National Comic Book Day
Whether you’ve been reading comic books since you were a kid or your interest has only been piqued since the surge of superhero movies taking over the movie theaters, National Comic Book Day on September 25th can be a day for you. Head to a comic book store in Gilbert, AZ or even to a bookstore or thrift shop near you to find your next read.
Have you seen Peppermint yet? Check it out in theaters beginning Friday, September 7th. Here’s the premise of the movie: “Peppermint is a revenge story centering on a young mother who finds herself with nothing to lose, and is now going to take from her enemies the very life they stole from her.”
The House with a Clock in Its Walls
Immerse yourself in a world of magic and intrigue come September 21st with this new fantasy film. Here’s the synopsis: “A young orphan named Lewis Barnavelt aids his magical uncle in locating a clock with the power to bring about the end of the world.”