There are a lot of opinions out there about real estate, these are some of the most common myths we have found. Hopefully, this will get you off to a good start so that you can make the best choices. Whether you’re selling or buying, it is important to know what you are getting into and that you are making the right decisions. There are plenty of home-selling/buying myths that people often buy into and we are here to make sure that doesn’t happen to you. Continue reading
There are many things that need to be set-up when you move into a new home. Setting up utilities should be at the top of the list of things to do when making a move. Even though it is a pain, it is something we all have to do.
The garage is one of the most used places in your home, but it always turns into a storage locker for excess household items and miscellaneous things. We’ve talked about How to Declutter the Garage, but what comes after your weekend long garage clean out? How do you put all of your belongings back into the garage in an orderly and organized manner?
Luckily, there are a lot of clever storage ideas out there for organizing your garage. I’ve gone through and picked out the best ideas and tips, so you can finally claim back your garage and once and for all put an end to the clutter. Here we go!
Is your jewelry cluttered and disorganized? Most people will probably answer yes. We love our jewelry and we are sentimental about our jewelry, but most of us struggle with the task of organizing and storing our favorite pieces.
The Internet (mostly Pinterest) is filled to the brim with different ideas and solutions for storing jewelry, but it can be exhausting to comb through everything that’s out there. To help out, I’ve done the research and picked out the best of the best of clever ways to store your jewelry.
Whether you’re looking for a DIY version, a new chic jewelry box, or an out-of-the-box idea, you will definitely be inspired by what I’ve found. Enjoy!
You have moved on from the living in an apartment on your own, and now you’re ready to live with your partner. It’s exciting, and most importantly you get to spend even more time together (which should be a good thing)! If you’re remotely like me, you assume that it will work itself out once you move in. Come moving day, you drop the last box on the floor, exhausted and then you realize that somehow all of your stuff is going to have to mix with his/her stuff? Then you realize that you moved a ton of duplicate items, your partner is putting furniture in places that you wouldn’t, and now the whole process just seems stressful. You then sit on the floor and say to yourself,”How did that even happen?!”