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Simple Tips to Help Keep Your Kids’ Toys Organized

Remember the days when you could walk through your living room and not step on a Lego? If parenthood has made a mess out of your home, you’re not alone. Here are a few simple tips to help you lessen the clutter and reclaim your space. Choose Toys Wisely It happens to the best of us. No matter how hard we try, the toys just keep piling up. And since you’ll probably be stuck with them for a while, it does pay to be a bit picky when buying toys. To make toys more meaningful to your child, only buy them for holidays, special occasions and rewards. And do not feel bad asking relatives do the same. It also makes sense to avoid toys that are poorly-made, or over-sized. Stick to toys that can possibly grow with your child and help to encourage creativity as they get older. Give Each Toy a Home Whether you want to admit it or not, I think we’re all a little OCD. I mean, who likes piles of toys all over their living room? Buy a series of matching plastic bins and line them …
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5 Tips to Prepare Your Home For Fall

It’s crazy to think that Summer is officially over. While that may bring a bit of sadness to some, others are eager to jump right into the cooler weather. The question at hand though; Is your home ready for Fall? Cooler weather typically creeps up on us leaving little time to prep. While the kids are back at school and the days are shorter, it’s time to prepare your home for Fall. I know we’re all crying a bit inside because the dog days of summer are behind us, but personally- I LOVE the Fall! Here are 5 tips to help you prepare your lawn for the cooler weather. Fertilize Your Lawn According to the experts at This Old House, they recommend doing this in the Fall, before the ground gets too cold, to ensure that your lawn will be in top-notch shape come the Spring. The first thing to understand about fertilizer is the formula, which is represented by three numbers, such as the common 5-10-5. The first number represents nitrogen, which promotes lawn blade and foliage gr…
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Overpricing Your Home Can Cost You

Overpricing Your Home Can Cost You Deciding on an appropriate selling price for your home can be complex. You want to sell your home quickly, but you don’t want to ask so much that it turns off would-be buyers. Your home is most likely the largest investment of your lifetime. It means more to you than anyone else because it holds memories from the years you lived there. When you begin the process of selling your home, you must shift your thinking to a more business-minded approach. After all you’re selling a product. This will require a bit of detachment.   Ignoring the market conditions and trends can prove to be risky. Many people make the mistake of doing so and learn to regret it. By far the greatest risk is that you’ll sell your home for less. This is why it’s so important to understand pricing strategy. Inexperienced Agents An inexperienced agent may convince you to list your home at a high price. This will make you feel great hearing that they think your ho…
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