Feng Shui For A Rejuvenating Night’s Sleep



Creating the proper energy in your bedroom can have a huge affect on your sleep. The principals of Feng Shui can be used to promote a peaceful and secure environment that allows for a sleep that rejuvenates the way it should.

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4 Weeks Of Decluttering – Week 2: The Kitchen



This week we’re diving into a bigger task, the kitchen. Within the kitchen, there’s food, appliances, dishes, cook wear, and so much more. De-cluttering the kitchen may seem like a daunting task, but after breaking it down into smaller steps it becomes much more doable. The goal is to have an organized, de-cluttered space that allows the you to have a clean, sanitary area to prepare food as well as invite others in for conversation, or a cup of coffee. Let’s begin!

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Teas For Every Occasion





Bedtime: A warm cup of tea can help you fall asleep, but stick to the herbal’s. Try these teas for a restful sleep.

  • Chamomile (Herbal) – Chamomile is a natural sedative and has been used for insomnia for centuries.

  • Lavender (Herbal) – The smell of lavender helps to relax the body and promotes a restful sleep. So, sniff away while you drink!

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4 Weeks Of Decluttering – Week #1: The Bathroom



Spring has sprung and we all know what that means – Spring cleaning! The scent of fresh grass is in the air, the birds are starting to sing, and your house has accumulated a year’s worth of clutter. Decluttering can be daunting so we suggest to break it down. Over the next four weeks, we’ll be featuring a room in the house with a step-by-step guide and some tips to make decluttering a breeze, or at the very least, doable. Start small with the bathroom. Bathrooms tend to be smaller than other rooms in the house so we’ll ease into week one of Spring there.

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Home Staging – Show Me The Dream!


Does having a home professionally staged make a difference on how that home is going to sell? Absolutely! Home Staging is the modern way for people to sell their homes. When a home goes on the market, it becomes a product, and just like marketing any other product, it must show well to sell well.

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Ready to Create Your First Facebook Post?
Follow these 6 Easy tips to Help You Get Started!


  1. Speak to your target audience

    • When you are creating content, you want to have it applicable towards your followers. Having relevant information that your followers can use is important because you will gain more like, shares, and comments. Knowing who your audience is and what they care about is key. Craft your message so that it speaks to them.  

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