How do you feel about New Year's Resolutions?
Pinnacle Residential Properties's blog
If you're like us, scrubbing and scouring and dusting and polishing tends to fall by the wayside when there's a lot going on. But what if you could run all your errands and still manage some downtime while someone else made your home sparkle? HomeAdvisor has the following tips.
We found these upcoming activities at Tenacre Country Day School in Patch.com.
P.E. SATURDAYS - As the calendar turns to a new year, heat up your Saturday mornings with some lively and fun physical education. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students will start each class with warm up exercises before moving on to a unique sporting activity. Classes will be taught by Tenacre Camp counselor/P.E. teacher DaJaun “D” Owens.
January 5: Basketball
January 12: Kickball
How to Use Your Patio When It's Cold: An Outdoor Transformation
Here in New England, our outdoor season is all too short, and for some folks, outdoor living space is just as important as indoor living space. Winter can be long, but here are some great ways to use your outdoor spaces once the weather has turned colder.
Gift Giving With A Purpose . . . .
A wreath on the front door is classic and timeless. A pine or boxwood wreath is always beautiful—or dare to be different. Opting for a wreath of fake fruit or small squashes extends the life of the wreath to the whole holiday season. If you want to go crafty, wrap yarn in holiday colors around a hoop of Styrofoam, tie on an accent of jingle bells, and create a wreath that lasts for years.
Many sellers understand that prospective buyers are more attracted to homes that are spotlessly clean, updated and tastefully decorated. Often, however, sellers are unable to fully update their homes for showing.