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  • Simple Wall Decor…. Using Wall Baskets

    Are you looking for simple and cute ways to decorate your bare walls at home or in your office. Check out the latest trend using wall baskets. I have seen this look on HGTV, Better Homes and Garden and all over social media and I hate to admit, but I actually like it. Now, my husband would say, “don’t find any creative ways to incorporate this trend in our home” insert eye roll lol. The cool thing about wall basket decor is that you don’t have to be perfect with creating your desired look. Your baskets don’t have to match and in fact, it looks better when you mix and…

  • 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…

  • 5 Renovations You Should Consider Making to Your Home.

    Listed below are a few important renovations that can help add value to your home. #1 Bathroom Remodel: You don’t have to spend a fortune to update your bathroom but a few updates can add value. Think about replacing your tub, adding tile, a new sink vanity, new flooring, light fixtures, etc for just a few thousands of dollars. #2 Landscaping: According to the American Nursery Landscaping Association, homeowners spend around $3500 on landscaping and around $1400 on a designer. How to get started? Pinterest is always my go-to source for finding cute and easy DIY projects. Also, check out your local nurseries for more information on choosing the right type of…

  • Can you pay a mortgage with a credit card?

    Hot Topic! Can you pay a mortgage with a credit card? I have been asked this question several times by first time home buyers. Honestly, I think it is a pretty sensible question to ask. We live in a generation where almost everything can be paid for on credit or what if you run into a hard time and need to consider another option for paying your mortgage? The answer to this question is, it depends on your mortgage company. Not all lenders accept credit card payments and many will advise that you don’t. The mortgage companies that do accept credit card payments are most likely receiving an incentive along…