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How to Stay Organized During a Kitchen Renovation

We recently remodeled our kitchen and as much as we were excited about the new plans, it was inconvenient to have our normal routines disrupted. Once we made all of the decisions on the floor plan, cabinets, appliances, lighting,tile, countertops, sinks, faucets and door knobs (the list goes on and on!) taking time to carefully plan out the logistics of the project resulted in a much smoother transition and less stressful experience for the whole family - especially for our dog, Boomer. Here are a few tips to help you stay as cool as a cucumber throughout the process. Ask Your Contractor for a Timeline The average length of time to complete a kitchen is 6-8 weeks. A project that involves mov

What Kind of Relationship do You Have With Your Home?

Ahhh….first love. That happy, lighter than air feeling. Everything is new and exciting and you can’t find a single fault no matter how hard you try. Wouldn’t it be great if you could feel that way about your home? How do you feel when you walk into your house? Does it feel like a warm, welcoming hug or is it pushing you away? As you go about your day, pay attention to what you are feeling when you open the door and as you move through the house. Think about your home like the stages you go through in a relationship: Attraction and Romance, Crisis, Working Stage, Commitment Stage and True Love. Attraction and Romance If you have recently moved to a new home, you are still getting to know one

"For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned."

- Benjamin Franklin

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