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  • Tips on Buying v.s Renting

    Hello, Are you debating on whether to buy or rent? Both decisions are important and should be thoroughly thought out. Take some time to think about your wish list and write it down. Be sure to include your spouse, children, parents etc. You want to make sure everyone is on the same page before the house hunting journey begins. Remember to research any and all things that are important to you prior to house hunting which includes school zones, neighborhoods, etc. Don’t wait until the last minute! Don’t overwhelm yourself with trying to look at 12 properties in one day. You want to take your time viewing each property. Stay…

  • New Month, New Opportunities!

    Hello April! I am super excited about strutting into a new month. If I be honest, it’s kind of scary how fast this year is passing by. I mean, I just celebrated my birthday March 17th. Any ways, as we step foot into the first day of April, I can’t help but to reflect back and think about all that went down during the first quarter. I don’t know about you but I am a goal setting gal. I live to set goals and not that I always accomplish them either. However, I enjoy looking back over the years and months to see where I was and how far I’ve…

  • Making Time

    Hi There, We all make time for things that we want to make time for. But what about when we DON’T make time for the things that SHOULD be important to us? Like calling and checking in on family and friends or setting aside 30 minutes to an hour for exercising. At the end of 2017, I told myself that I would focus on making time for the things that are important to me. I made a vow to no longer feeling guilty for saying no or worrying about making someone else upset. I didn’t want to go another year looking back and realizing how much I had missed out…

  • #1 Challenge Yourself

    Hello, “If something that you’re doing doesn’t challenge you, then it doesn’t change you.” Unknown 1 of 21 success tips. As humans, we are always going with what makes us comfortable but as an entrepreneur, I have to make myself uncomfortable and do things I wouldn’t normally do so that I can learn and grow. Honestly, I hate being uncomfortable. Seriously, who doesn’t​. But allowing yourself to be in uncomfortable situations opens up the door for personal growth and development. Researches show that repetition helps with memory, mixing in new information is important as well. So the next time you’re driving to work or home, try taking a new route.  Also,…