2019 National Cherry Blossom Festival | Washington DC
If you’ve visited Washington, DC in the Spring, you can’t help but notice the beauty of the Cherry Blossom trees. These trees line the ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on March 14, 2019
Home Maintenance Chores to Undertake this Spring
Big thanks to Bret Engle of DIY Guys for their guest blog this week!
Now that the spring season is almost here, you’d do well to be ...
Posted by Hannah Clancy Thompson on March 12, 2019
The 12 Must-Have Apps Every Homeowner Should Use
Keeping up with your household tasks, grocery lists, and DIY projects can be overwhelming. You may not realize your furnace needs to be serviced ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on March 7, 2019
Is Buying A Historic Home Right For You? The Pros and Cons
Historic homes offer character and charm that homes built today don’t have. They are beautiful to look at but can have hidden expenses that ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on March 1, 2019
The 9 Areas of Your House To Deep Clean This Spring
Does your house feel stuffy and blue after all this Winter weather? Now that temperatures are warming up, it’s time to freshen up your home. ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on February 24, 2019
8 Budget-Friendly DC Date Night Ideas
Date night isn’t limited to just dinner and a movie. Especially not if you live in a city like Washington, DC. Here you can tour historical ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on February 11, 2019
The Restaurants Offering Free Food This Month In Washington, DC
The only thing better than delicious food is FREE, delicious food! This month, area restaurants are showing some love. Chow down on these free food ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on February 7, 2019
Neighborhood Spotlight: Capitol Hill
When most people picture DC, they picture Capitol Hill. The political heart of DC. Where you can find the US Capitol building, the Supreme Court, ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on January 31, 2019
Tiny Homes: How To Store More In Your Small Space
Not all homes are created equal. And, neither are their storage spaces. When your home is lacking in square footage and places to keep your stuff, ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on January 24, 2019
Wintertime Fun in Washington DC
The temperatures might be dropping, but you can still have a blast this Winter in Washington, DC. If cabin fever hits and you need a place to ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on January 13, 2019
Home Selling Series: Getting Your House Ready To Sell
You’ve decided you want to move but aren’t sure where to begin when it comes to selling your current home. You might wonder what repairs ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on December 16, 2018
Fireplaces: How To Get Yours Ready For That First Fire
Nothing says Winter like sitting in front of a warm, inviting fire. A fireplace makes a great focal point for any room. They also serve as a heat ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on December 5, 2018
The Best Places To See Holiday Lights In Washington, DC
Nothing says “holiday season” like thousands of twinkling lights and sky-high electric bills. When it comes to seasonal festivities, the ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on November 26, 2018
Homeowner Scams: How To Protect Yourself From Being The Next Victim
Each year, innocent homeowners lose thousands of dollars because of scams. Sometimes it's a door-to-door sale gone wrong. Other times, it's a shady ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on November 17, 2018
How to Help Your Senior Relative Downsize
If you have an elderly relative who enjoys maintaining their independence, you are not alone. Many senior citizens are choosing to “age in ...
Posted by Michael Longsdon on November 15, 2018
The 9 Best Yoga Studios In Washington, DC
Inhale. Exhale. Does the hustle and bustle of the city have you feeling stressed to the max? Then, it’s time you give yoga a try. It’s ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on November 8, 2018
7 Ways To Make Your Living Room Feel Cozy
Cooler weather is on its way. What better way to heat things up than by creating a cozy, warm space at home. Adding a fireplace isn’t the only ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on November 2, 2018
How To Cut The Clutter In Your Kitchen
For some reason, the kitchen is the “catch-all” in every home. Bags, bills, and unusual utensils litter your cabinets and countertops. ...
Posted by Stephanie Tilton on October 28, 2018