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Ice breakers for meeting your new neighbors?
It's been almost a year since I moved into my new apartment and have met a few of my neighbors--including some of my floor. But I haven't met all of them. For the past two months, I did have to tell my neighbor at night-time around 10 PM-2 AM, that I can hear her talking on the patio with her company via my closed patio door and soundproof walls. Since she stopped, I would let to introduce myself to her and become friendly? Any ideas for ice breakers and conversation starters, if I see her?
Perhaps a nice thank you note for understanding your situation and an invite for coffee at a close by establishment might have you chatting in no time.
bake cookies or cakes and share, strike up a light conversation when bump each other in the market
Just a smile and a "hello!" will be a good start. Then just be yourself and invite her for a cup of tea or coffee. Then take it from there.
We got a new neighbor recently. I baked some cookies and brought them over to her. She was a very nice woman with two children and recently divorced and was happy to see a friendly face in her new neighborhood.
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