Posted by Tanisha Wilson on November 29, 2016 in
There is no ignoring it now. The twinkling trees, tinsel and….attractive trouble are all around. Whether you are singing “Feliz Navidad” or “Dradle Dradle Dradle,” we can all agree this is one of the greatest times of the year, BUT it’s also filled with hidden dangers for your children and pets. In fact, it is one of the most dangerous times of the year for your dog Dasher, your cat Blitzen and your two legged crawlers. So, don’t let all the sparkle distract... read more
Moving to a new home or to a new city requires a lot of decision making and planning. When you have a child that needs extraordinary care, you have even more things to take into consideration. While transitioning to a new neighborhood can bring an assortment of stresses, this stress can be amplified when a family moves with a special needs child. Routines, therapies and support networks can be disrupted and the entire family can feel on edge. Here are some key things to consider when moving with yo... read more
Posted by Tanisha Wilson on September 02, 2016 in
Labor Day: A Transitional Time of Year at Home
Happy Labor Day everyone. It’s the greatest oxymoron of holidays. Most of us will take the day off on a day celebrating workers of the past and present. In any case, it’s not just a day off but also a time of transition at home.
Happy Labor Day everyone. It’s the greatest oxymoron of holidays. Most of us will take the day off on a day celebrating workers of the past and present. In any case, it’s not just a day off but also a time of transit... read more
Questions Every Buyer Should Ask Before Making an Offer on a Home
There is a lot of property information that sellers aren’t required to provide unless asked. Before making an offer on a home, there are several questions that every buyer should make sure to ask to avoid surprises down the road.
Buying a home is a big financial commitment, so it’s important to make sure that you’re getting the best value for your money. While a home inspection will help prevent a buyer from purchasing a property ... read more
Loving your living space is important – it’s your home, after all! But sometimes it’s necessary to make some changes, updates, and improvements to remind yourself why you love this place so much. Here’s a few of my personal tried-and-true suggestions:
De-ClutterI realized a few weeks ago that almost every corner of my home was filled with stuff. In one corner, I had workout gear like weights, jump rope, and a yoga mat (and they are dusty cuz I never use them). In another I had unopened... read more