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Facebook: Is wine the lifeline of property management?

24 June 2015 Reporter

Some property managers need a little fermented grape juice to unwind after a stressful day, it seems.

Our Facebook page asked readers how to unwind after a difficult day - and several property managers mentioned liquor in some shape or form!

Jaz Hill replied, “Is there any other answer besides wine?” 

A few property managers go in the opposite direction and use a good workout to relax after a challenging day.

A couple of respondents said the drive home and loud music help them unwind after the day is done.

There were also some mentions of spending time with family and pets, highlighting the importance of unconditional love and support after a rough day in property management.

"Slowing down and remembering to breathe, also a wine is good." - Steve Warburton

"Gym. Best mood lifter." - Tamsin Wilson

"A gym session, or yoga." - Frances Rodger

"I drive home with the music on loud, spend time with hubby and dogs, then either read or bury my mind in a good movie." - Quiltin Mammar

"Love that drive home, listening to radio. Then hubby and family time." - Maureen N. Wayne Carson

"Spend time on my farm with my horses and all my other fur kids." - Hayley Mitchell

"Wine, my puppy, and Netflix" - Rhiannon Hamilton

"Comfy clothes, turn up the music, pour a wine, and cook something awesome. There might be some very bad singing involved." - Maureen Barker Greene

"Vodka and lots of it!" - Melissa Gibson

See full conversation below

 

 

Property management can mean always being on call for your landlords and tenants. What do you do to switch off?

Posted by Residential Property Manager on Tuesday, 16 June 2015
Facebook: Is wine the lifeline of property management?
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