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Holiday Season

New Year. New You. New Projects To Do!

January 18, 2018

At the beginning of the New Year, you may feel inspired to tackle some projects around the house. Although you may ultimately have dreams of gutting your kitchen or adding an extension to your living space, these big jobs are costly and time-consuming. In lieu of overwhelming yourself with a huge project, consider taking on small projects to get the best bang for your buck. Begin by prioritizing your needs and set up a manageable timetable to accomplish the tasks. Here are some ideas to spark your creativity.

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It's time to bring positive change to the New Year!

January 5, 2018

It's a tradition going back to antiquity — now's the time to make a resolution.

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Your Holiday Home

December 28, 2017

For many people all around the world, home is the one place that anchors our soul. This is especially true during the holidays when the sharing of traditions reflect the importance of maintaining the bonds between loved ones. Whether it's sharing a meal, putting up decorations, watching movies together, or playing games, these rituals affirm and renew our sense of self. With the chaos of life going on around us, our holiday home should be a place of peace and togetherness. 

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How to keep your home organized this holiday season

December 7, 2017

Even if you are a meticulous housekeeper, the holidays can bring extra clutter into your home. Between cooking, shopping, traveling and more, staying organized can be a challenge. You can prepare for the season by finding simple ways to maintain order, even when everything around you seems to be spinning. Use these tips to help achieve small victories in your home during the holidays. 

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Free up time during the holidays

Why Is There Never Enough Time?

December 15, 2016

This is a hectic time of year. Holidays, shopping, traveling, you name it. And just as it’s normal to feel stressed with so much going on, it’s also normal to be asking yourself one question: “why is there never enough time?”

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