Welcome to my blog! I usually write about three times a week....generally offering Home Staging advice and decorating tips. I also write about local events in the Seacoast area of New Hampshire and I throw in the occasional healthy recipe.
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If you haven't already entered Russel Ray's Guerrilla Marketing Team contest, you still have time to do so with entries being accepted through March 31. Find a partner and join the fun! Each team is allowed two entries. I've partnered with Leslie Helm and she has already posted o...
What message is this realtor's sign sending to the public? I originally planned to use this photo for a Wordless Wednesday. I find that I just can't do it. I cannot let this go without commenting. I've blurred out the realtor's information for the sake of this post, but it's ...
Do you know which door is the most important door when it comes to marketing your house for sale? It's the door that potential buyers will be using to enter your house. It's the door where the infamous "first impression" is made. Which door will potential buyers be using? I&...
Here's your chance to help a brave young man reach his goal. All it takes is the click of a button to help Sam reach 5000 Facebook Fans by St. Patrick's Day. Sam Callahan, the son of a Realtor (and my friend & Active Rain member) in Silicon Valley, is 14 years old and has cancer whi...
Here's one of my favorite dinner recipes. It's also great for bringing to a pot luck or family party. If you like olives, you will love this dish. Chicken and Olives On Rice 2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breast 4 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium onion, chopped 1 28 ou can whole tomatoe...
I enjoyed the captions you wrote for the last Jack & Zack photo so much that I can't wait to see what you come up with for this one.
When it comes to getting your house sold, there is no such thing as too clean. Fellow stager, Anthea Click from Nashville, wrote this great post on one of the most common mistakes homeowners make when preparing their house for sale. As a stager I end up in a lot of homes. On any given day I...