2012 is a leap year, and with that comes the always mystical, often underutilized leap day. The leap day: 24 hours that just materialize out of thin air…miraculous!
Ok, so it isn’t actually miraculous. It takes 365 days and 6 hours for our planet to rotate around the sun. The leap year was created to keep our calendar in sync with the planet’s rotation. Despite the scientific explanation, it’s understandable that an event that occurs only once every four years will feel special, even magical. After all, even someone who lives 100 years will only see 25 leap days!
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The controlled chaos of many leasing offices is often indicative of some common problems that can easily be corrected. Often, these issues go unchecked because all of the problem-solving effort goes towards fixing resident issues, not internal operations.
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