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How To Use Your Senses to Transition Your Home from Summer to Fall

Guest Post: Lindsay Listanski, Director of Media Engagement for Coldwell Banker
Posted by Matthew Hillier on October 16, 2019 in  Fall  For Your Home  Home Decor
Fall at home is comfort, warmth and serenity under one roof. From the smells of cinnamon to the coziness of curling up under a soft throw blanket there is no better season to enjoy your little slice of heaven that you call home sweet home. Here are some easy ways to transition your home from summer to fall by using your 5 senses as your guide. The scent of fall is perhaps the most intoxicating of all the seasons. It is Earthy and comforting and can a part of your home with a little help from scented candles, ... read more
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10 Home Decor Accessories Worth Buying for Fall and Beyond

Guest Post: Laura Gaskill, Houzz Contributer
Posted by Matthew Hillier on October 16, 2019 in  Fall  For Your Home  Home Decor
Tweaking your decor each season can be a great way to keep your home feeling current and satisfy your urge to nest, without blowing your budget on big-ticket items. The problem? Each year retailers roll out tons of new seasonally inspired decor that begs to be brought home — and loading up on too much season-specific stuff is a sure way to blow your budget and overstuff your storage. To strike the right balance, aim to build up an arsenal of go-to pieces that feel special yet can work in several different way... read more
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Backyard Grilling Cheat Sheet

Posted by Matthew Hillier on May 06, 2019 in  Family  For Your Home  Lifestyle  New Homeowner
This summer and most likely this weekend, you’ll be firing up that grill in the backyard for at least a few meals. Below is a simple cheat sheet you can reference before putting on that apron and refilling the propane or charcoal to make sure your dish is cooked to perfection. IMPORTANT: Salt and pepper are the building blocks of seasoning regardless of what you throw on the grill. Salt and pepper each side of your beef, pork or poultry before putting on the grill. Salt again when you turn... read more
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6 Steps for Designing Your Garden

Posted by Matthew Hillier on April 03, 2019 in  For Your Home  Healthy Living  Spring
Spring is coming, which means it is almost prime time for gardening. Whether you are a novice gardener or an old pro, there are a few critical actions to take when you set out to design a garden. Read on for six steps for designing your garden–and get started stat! Step 1: Location, Location, Location Like so many things in life, with gardens, location is everything. Determine where you want your garden to be. There are a few important considerations to keep in mind. If you want a landscaped garden around yo... read more
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Feng Shui Living: Tips to Get Ready for Spring

Posted by Matthew Hillier on April 03, 2019 in  For Your Home  Home Decor
Feng shui has long been used to balance the energy in one’s home to provide better chances at succeeding in multiple spheres of life. Dating back to around 4,000 BC, this ancient pseudoscience is based on the principle that the arrangement of your home has a large emphasis on your personal chi (energy). Believe it or not, feng shui may be a lot more than a bunch of mumbo jumbo. Give it a try to see if it can help boost your bank account or improve your love life. The first place to start is your fro... read more
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