Recently I was FaceTiming with my son Nick who was showing me his new apartment. When he got to his desk area he said, “Ignore my cable management. I haven’t done that yet.” What? Cable management? This is a thing? And indeed, it is a thing.
Life transitions: Sometimes you see them coming, sometimes you don’t. The last time our youngest son Nick, 25, stayed with us, he volunteered to clean the house.
Along with spring, the start of the big home selling season is here. Thus I’d like to give homeowners some advice to help sell their properties quickly while maximizing profit.
With this end in sight I have a new found enthusiasm to finish up home projects, some of which I began when we initially quarantined.
As the world and relationships become increasingly complex, more than ever people are turning to advice columns for answers.
I’ve been very focused on not getting COVID-19 during this pandemic which is probably why I recently fell prey to another affliction: spring fever.
Are you just COVID-cranky or are you really ready to load the moving van come spring? Take this quiz to see if it’s time to start packing:
I bought some printer paper recently and told my husband I bought the cheapest brand. He replied, “That’s okay since most our printing is for internal use only.”
All that being said, there are several things about Valentine’s Day I really do like. In terms of Valentine’s celebrations, the city of Loveland, Colorado rocks it.
Choosing new carpeting for your home is a big deal. Not only does it have a big impact on your décor, its ease of maintenance (or lack thereof) affects your everyday living.
I don’t even know what month we’re now on in this pandemic and quarantining. Eleven? Twenty-seven? All I do know is it’s dragging on and wearing us down.
The Lighter Side: Surprise, surprise: Quarantining for months makes people want luxurious home features
If we’re lucky enough to have a home during these troubling times, many of us are spending 24/7 quarantining in them. Apparently this has led to an increased desire for snazzy home features.
Apparently, based on reader feedback from a recent column, choosing paint colors is even more torturous for homeowners than even I imagined.
It’s January, which means some of us feel a biological imperative to organize our mass amounts of stuff.
Let’s be honest: 2021 could not have gotten here soon enough. How are you faring during this pandemic? Here’s a test to check the level of your well being.
Many homes look especially appealing this time of year with decorations creating a charming holiday scene. Our house, however, is not in selling form this time of year.
Now that you’ve gotten through your turkey meat induced coma, it’s time to drag out the holiday decorations.
While we’re hunkered down at home, many people are using the time to spruce up the joint, including painting. To start, a color must be selected.
I heard Christmas music in a store recently which made me realize that Thanksgiving is right around the corner.