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Last updated: May 20, 2019 • Home Improvement, Lifestyle

How to Relieve Stress and Anxiety at Home

Stress and anxiety mean different things to different people. Stress is good up to a point – as long as it increases our productivity and motivates us. But for the most part, stress is less than desirable and we are always looking for creative ways to de-stress. We start to feel stressed in school, before …

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Last updated: May 21, 2019 • Holiday Real Estate

What Are the Best Places to Buy Waterfront Property in the U.S.?

Water is the substance of life so it’s understandable why we feel so fascinated by it. We could spend a whole day watching a waterfall, the waves of the ocean or a river making its way through the mountains. Caught in its spell, we close our eyes and dream of a waterfront vacation home, somewhere …

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Last updated: May 17, 2019 • Lifestyle

Mom Guilt (every mom experiences it)

Being a parent means loving your children more than you have ever loved yourself. But there is something absolutely special about being a mother. And that “something special” is not the C-section. It’s what comes out of it. A child adds joy to every single day of our lives. And that joy might get so …

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Last updated: April 17, 2019 • Real Estate Around the Country

Cities with the most expensive real estate – NYC is NOT one of them!

When one thinks about a hectic (but profitable) real estate market, with lots of transactions, and a finite supply for a seemingly endless demand that makes real estate prices go absurd… that person probably has New York City as a role model. But guess what? That’s a trap. We’re not saying NYC is a piece …

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Last updated: April 15, 2019 • Real Estate Agent

How to Rehome a Pet Successfully

Your love for pets has turned you into a pet owner. Great! According to a Global GfK survey from 2016, 50% of American pet owners look after a dog, 39% are cat lovers, 11% have a fish tank, and 6% prefer the winged ones, the colorful little noisy birds. A more recent survey says that …

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