One of the most stressful parts of doing taxes is tracking down all of the paperwork involved, especially if you plan to itemize. This handy list can help you gather all of the appropriate documents and to be better prepared whether you’re having your taxes done by a professional or if you’ve chosen to do… Continued
February 17, 2017
The kitchen pantry tends to be a place we snatch-and-grab in the hectic day-to-day routine of our lives. Items get rearranged, pushed to the side, and eventually forced to the back of the pantry only to become forgotten about until it’s time for spring cleaning. We all know things are easier with a little more organization… Continued
February 10, 2017
Give your bathroom a unique custom look by creating a chic vanity made from an old dresser, table, or buffet! It’d be great if you have the furniture on hand to use for this project, but if you’re on the hunt, think about stopping by your local antique shop, thrift store, or online neighborhood marketplace… Continued
January 24, 2017
For homeowners who have done everything they can do reduce their energy consumption and want to take it a step further, renewable options may be the answer. Solar is fast becoming one of the most popular ways power households, as the technology has become more affordable.
December 13, 2016
For many homeowners, November and December may be their highest energy bills all winter. As the days get shorter and temperatures drop, we begin to use more energy to light and heat our homes. Find out how you can stay warm this winter but still save money.
November 11, 2016
Sellers are serious As in, serious about selling their homes this time of year. “Even though there typically is less inventory, the people that put their homes on the market this time of year are more serious about selling — otherwise they would wait until spring,” explains Brockman. “Motivated sellers equals more flexibility during negotiations…. Continued
September 13, 2016