As the holiday break starts to come to a close, we have to confront the task of getting the kids and the house ready for back-to-school. As we know, getting back into a routine can be really hard. It can take at least a week to fully get back to normal. However, these tips will help you prepare your home and yourself to make the transition a smooth one.
Is your home ready for the upcoming season? If the answers no, then take a look at our Winter Home Checklist. This guide will help you conquer the most important preventative maintenance tasks just in time for the cold weather.
Are you starting to get nervous at the thought of hosting out-of-town guests? If the answer is yes, then take a long deep breath. We’re here to help you make their visit as stress free as possible for you. By following this checklist, you’ll transFORM your home into a swanky B&B and host your guests in style.
Stress develops when the realities of day-to-day life conflict with our efforts to make the holiday season perfect. Between the large formal meals and extra guests to prepare for, we lose sight of why we celebrate these events in the first place. Taking steps to get things in order ahead of time can help reduce seasonal stress.
When you’re starting out or starting over, apartment living is the way to go. If you’re located in a big city, it might actually be the only way to go. Whether it’s by choice or circumstance, apartment living can be tough, especially when it comes to selecting the right furniture.
The longer your commute to work, the less happy you are likely to be. Why deal with the stress of commuting when you can create an office in the comfort of your own home? Here are the specific design elements that you can incorporate to help you strengthen your focus and in turn, help you achieve your goals.