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A National Look at the Homebuying Market

What might the housing market look like in 2022? Mortgage Cadence, a digital mortgage lending company, surveyed over 1,000 Americans to better understand this year’s opinions. For many people, 2021 was the year to buy a home. Whether it was first-time home buyers, … read more

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How to Choose the Right Color Scheme for Your Home

If you’re the kind of person who needs to have balance and harmony in your home, then choosing the correct color scheme when repainting is probably a significant source of anxiety. Breathtaking design principles are easy to enjoy but difficult to execute. You … read more

Jan Walker

Author Inspired by Personal, Professional Experiences

Jan Walker’s writing studio reflects the eclectic body of her work — literary magazines, professional journal short stories, articles and educational curriculum, as well as the occasional penning of a newspaper editorial about prison reform. Her equally eclectic life could fill a book. … read more

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5 Design Ideas for the Bonus Room in Your Home

Extra square footage in your home is prized real estate, but sometimes your house has a space that you don’t always know how to use. Whether it’s a pseudo-room with no actual door or an alcove with only three walls, you may be … read more

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How to Create the Ultimate Home Baking Station

Baking is a fantastic way to foster your creativity and sharpen your skills. If you love to bake, adding a baking station to your home is an excellent way to cook up new creations and keep things organized. Baking stations offer you a … read more

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The Sip

Western Red Brewing

It was honestly something I had never considered before. A clean glass is a clean glass, right? Wrong. Things like detergent residue and lingering oils are common on glassware, and they can alter the aroma and flavor of your beer — and their … read more

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10 Gardening Gaffes to Avoid

What’s the difference between a new gardener and an experienced one? The experienced gardener has killed way more plants, the saying goes. That truism speaks to the fact that gardening is a highly trial-and-error venture — and one where some plants are just … read more

Coleus Terra Nova ‘Peach Julep’ (Photo courtesy of Terra Nova Nurseries)

New Year, New Plants, New Joy

“She sprouted love like flowers, grew a garden in her mind, and even on the darkest days, from her smile the sun still shined.” ~ Erin Hanson January is not just about resolutions. It is the beginning of a new year, new plants … read more

Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snow Queen’

Hydrangeas for Every Garden

The best reason to grow hydrangeas in our region is that they bloom outside the spring season. After the magnificent, large rhododendron shrubs finish, most gardeners want to continue the flower extravaganza into summer and fall. Hydrangeas are one of the most popular … read more

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