Give Your Home a Spring Spruce-Up

spring cleaning

The darkness of winter has passed, and it’s time to bring in spring’s light. Giving your home a deep clean is a sure signal that a fresh new season has begun. Spring is a great time of year to reset. A clean slate is much easier to maintain over the spring and summer months when…

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Home For The Holidays

new home holidays

It’s not uncommon for the most wonderful time of the year to stress us out. There’s usually so much to plan and organize around the holiday season that it can be very overwhelming. That’s especially true if you’ve just recently moved into a new home. Not only are you unpacking and settling into your new…

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Home Offices: Create Comfort with Function

home office

Working from home in the twenty-first century is a common scenario in almost every industry. Conference calls, emails, and other administrative tasks often can be completed outside a traditional office environment. In the spring of 2020, almost the entire American workforce across various industries is working remotely on a full- or part-time basis. If telecommuting…

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A Healthy, Happy, Comfortable Home for the New Year

We’ve come up with a few tips that will help your family enjoy a healthy, happy, more comfortable home for 2020.

New Year’s resolutions don’t have to be reserved for personal growth and goals. Sure, you might vow to lose some pounds or get back to your workout routine more consistently. Pledging to finally reach that travel destination you’ve been dreaming of or becoming more involved in community service also are valid ambitions. But promises of…

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Making Room at the Thanksgiving Table for a Crowd

One of the best things about the holiday season is spending it with family and friends. It’s wonderful to open your home to loved ones and host the meal, but it can be stressful if you’re worried about space. When your standard dining room or kitchen table seats four to six people, you’ll need to…

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Get Your Garage Winter-Ready

On some mornings in New Hampshire, and when the sun goes down in the evening, temperatures already feel like the season has changed. Are you ready to park your vehicle in the garage before the first real frost? When the weather is mild during the summer and fall months, many of us let clutter overtake…

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Staying Organized Throughout The School Year

The kids are well-stocked with school supplies, and it’s just about time to trade swimsuits, shorts and flip flops for jeans, sweaters, and boots until next year. The change of seasons means the end of relaxed summer days and the return to busy schedules. Most families have the best of intentions to be organized the…

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How to Pack Away Winter

How to Pack Away Winter

 Well, it took a little while, but it appears spring has finally arrived in New Hampshire. With warmer temperatures and the sun shining, it feels good to leave the house without bundling up. Part of your spring cleaning routine should be packing away the winter gear. The changing of the seasons in and around the…

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The Art of Organizing Childhood Memories

Organizing Childhood Memories

In every family, kids come home with a lot of paper. If they attend a child care center or have a babysitter, they create various art projects from the time they’re babies. If your children are school-aged, add spelling tests, math worksheets, and book reports to the pile. What do you do with it? Some…

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It’s Time to go Back to School, but Don’t Stress

Back to School

Although the return of the school year solidifies the conclusion of Summer, many families look forward to the return of the school year routine. But within the structure of a schedule, it can be stressful trying to keep up with the demands of what going back to school means for the family. By now you…

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