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They say as you get older time goes by even faster, and I believe that is an under statement.  I truly feel this was the fastest year of my life!  I blinked in January, and now we are at year end. As I sit here and reflect on the year,… Read More

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Fostering great relationships with your neighbors is the key to a happy community. Whether you’re just moving to a new neighborhood or have lived in one for years, the following tips will help build connections with your neighbors and encourage a friendly rapport: 1. Introduce Yourself: Being on a first-name… Read More

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What would buyers see if they drove up to your home? Take a look. Stand outside your home and try to look at it through a stranger’s eyes. First impressions are lasting impressions. If buyers see paint peeling, a crack in a window, or an unkempt yard, they are apt… Read More

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We had such a blast at our pumpkin patch this weekend. We loved seeing all of our clients and can’t wait until next year. Until then, enjoy these photos! … Read More

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You had us at cheese if we are being honest. This Friday from 5-10 pm, $35 gets you unlimited artisan cheese samples, 1 drink ticket, grilled cheese, mac & cheese, plus live music to help your digestion 😉 I think out main take away from… Read More

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Bookshelves have a tendency to collect not only books, but also papers, odds and ends, and of course dust. But designed creatively, they can make an attractive statement in your home. Realtor.com suggest these ways to brighten up your bookshelves. GO MONOCHROMATIC Take the jumbled look out of… Read More

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Looking to get out and enjoy this beautiful weather? There is a plethora of options to choose from. Check out some of the events this weekend below! This is the 10th annual Kirkwood Wine Stroll. If you are looking for more than 30 locations opening doors and serving… Read More

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Your home should be your sanctuary, a refuge from the stresses of everyday life, where you can relax, enjoy yourself and spend time with friends and family. If your home isn’t bringing you the happiness it should, take a look at the following tips to help put a smile on… Read More

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Moving from a small town or suburb to a large city can be an intimidating proposition. Here are a few tips to help make your move as painless as possible. Research before you move. It’s important to understand the culture you’re joining. Do research online and find out about school… Read More

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Well here we are in the last month before the hustle of back to school starts! As much as I love to say sometimes “I can’t wait for school to start”, I really have enjoyed coming home to see my kids tired from having so much fun all day instead of stressing… Read More