When I was a “youngen,” during an era when children actually played outside, I always waved to anyone who was walking their dog, tending their garden, or simply enjoying a stroll around the neighborhood. I knew all the neighborhood kids, and my parents knew the adults. There were some conflicts over property lines, loud dogs, and block parties, but for the most part we all got along. However, now it seems that neighbor relations are limited to what you can learn by peaking through the blinds, and new neighbors are mysterious strangers. It doesn’t have to be this way. Here are 6 ways to greet your new neighbors, and create a more friendly atmosphere.