A Jill of all trades, I've written for news outlet the Boston Weekly Dig, UndergroundHipHop.com, & for multiple real estate, sales & marketing sites. I've also ghostwritten many posts (not included).
Buying a Home with Student Loan Debt: What You Shou...
Ensuring you keep tabs on your HVAC maintenance and learning to do the basics yourself can help your system last longer and save you money down the line.
Yep, it’s that time of year. The snow is melting and it’s time to start cleaning out your gutters.
He had timed it perfectly.
He picked up the bouquet of roses on his way home from work and had her favorite dessert — dark chocolate covered strawberries — at the perfect temperature and ready for her arrival. Now the only obstacle was making the 10-block drive in the rain and getting the flowers and dessert into her house safely under the cover of his umbrella.
Owning a pet is a delightful experience. You get to add a family member who will hang out with you regardless of what mood you’re in, and a new friend who brings unexpected joy into your life.
Pollen is a common springtime irritant and can lead to allergy attacks, even in your own home. There are ways to reduce attacks, and keep your nose and throat happy. Here are seven ways to keep your house pollen-free:
You’ve packed all your belongings, driven hundreds of miles and pulled into the driveway of your new home. As you look at your new dwelling, you wonder, “Where do I begin?”
These days, room sharing is all the rage. Not only is it now easier than ever to provide travelers with accommodations, it’s also a great way to make a few additional bucks.
When dressing up your walls, you have two options: wallpaper or paint.
Let’s be honest, paint is messy and it’s a lot of work. You’ll have to prime, decide on a color and paint at least two coats. You may even have to apply a finishing coat and paint any trim. If the walls are hit, scraped or otherwise damaged, you’ll have to repaint those areas.