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11223 Snowflake Ct., #A11-2

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3 Kintore Ct.

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19 Wickham Ct. #19

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13 Branchwood Ct.

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5 Steps for Personal Development

personal developmentStriving for personal development is something most people want. There are five steps to help you achieve this. Click on the link to read all about it.

 

5 Steps to Personal Development

 

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Staged to Sell

Thanks to Rachel Wiederhold, ASP of 5 Star Staging, LLC for being our guest blogger!

before and after home staging

Images courtesy of 5 Star Staging, LLC.

So you’re selling your home. It’s a great house, perfect location, wonderful neighborhood, highly rated school district, there’s no reason to do anything more to do to place it on the real estate market, right? WRONG!!

Factors to consider

Does your home look like it could be in a magazine? If you said yes, then I’ll take back my WRONG.

Take a picture of your living, dining, kitchen, and bedrooms. Do they look picture perfect? Do they look spacious? Does the furniture arrangement look open and inviting? Is there any clutter? Are there too many pieces of furniture? Is your wall color and décor neutral? Are there any personal pictures, awards or religious symbols?

Depe...

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3017 Woodside Ave.

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Products made in the USA

made in USAThanks to the Toolbox Tomgirl for this episode of Tips from the Pros, about buying products made in the USA.

As a handywoman I am always reading various magazines on new products and trends in building and construction. Recently I was surprised to read in my Green Builder magazine about how rare it is to find a green building material made in America.

Green Builder magazine sent out an invitation to over 2,000 companies encouraging them to share information about their American-made green products, receiving only a few dozen submissions. The conclusion is that U.S. made green products are a rare and special breed, even though they are making use of the triple advantage of creating domestic jobs, reducing the impact of overseas shipping and making use of locally sourced raw materials...

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February events around town

February events in the Baltimore area

Here are some February events happening in and around Baltimore to start this new year right. Go ice skating, get healthy by jogging and visit a pop up shop. All of that and more this month in our town.

Romantic Helicopter Tours for Valentine’s Day

helicopter tours for valentine's day

Image courtesy of Monumental Helicopters.

Take your sweeties on a romantic ride above Baltimore for Valentine’s Day. The Baltimore City Lights flight will wow you and make you fall in love all over again.
Monumental Helicopters: Helicopter Tours
7505 General Aviation Dr. Hangar 84
Fort Meade, MD 20755
410-491-4354
February 01, 2017 – February 14, 2017

9th Annual “Bridges to the World” International Film Festival

Get some culture watching these amazing films from aro...

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keep your home safe and warm this winter

Tips from the Pros: Staying Warm Safely

Thanks to Toolbox Tomgirl for this episode of Tips from the Pros staying safe while keeping warm this winter.

Although I personally have converted my wood burning fireplace to a pellet stove to supplement my electric heat, I want to offer some safety tips to those of you that are still using wood stoves and fireplaces. Because more than one-third of us are using wood burning stoves, fireplaces and other fuel burning appliances as a primary heat source, I feel it important to know some basic rules. Also, statistics show that heating fires account for 36 percent of residential home fires in rural areas every year.

With that said, please consider the following:

  1. Have your chimney, wood stove (and pellet stove) heating flues inspected and cleaned annually by a certified and licensed chimn...
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