Think of the onion. By pulling back the onion skin and first layer, a fresh onion is revealed, ready to prep in your favorite dishes. Same for garlic. When cooked slowly, both sweeten and enhance the flavor of the dish. Read more
If you are selling your home, the first impression is everything. Buyers don’t want to have to look past your personalization to envision living in your house. They need to see how big the rooms are and to mentally “move-in”. Read more
Spring is in the air. After every frigid snow event we end up with temperatures in the 50’s. Time to start the spring-cleaning process. Clutter eats equity. An overly cluttered house will look and feel smaller. It may even give you an uneasy, unsettled feeling. In some cases, you may even feel buried alive surrounded by mountains of stuff.
When moving, every item needs to be accessed on whether it gets packed, donated or discarded. Every. Single. Item. When downsizing, you can’t take it all with you and soon realize how emotionally and physically exhausting the process is. A few readers and I share some thoughts on decluttering and moving. Read more
With New York temperatures soaring into the 70’s after a week of snowstorms, I’m inspired to jump start spring-cleaning. Are you?
Consider three actions as you go through your home and find items you no longer want: Donate, Sell, Trash. Here are some helpful suggestions on where to donate plus some cleaning tips for motivation.