Make schedules and deadlines! Make and keep schedules for the day and the week. Setting deadlines and goals will make you feel great when you accomplish even the simplest tasks. To keep everyone on the same page use apps that synch to all your electronic devices and can be shared with others, such as your significant… Read more »
Write things down! A pen and some paper is our way of remembering things externally, and it’s much more permanent. You can also use a computer or a smart phone. You will only further complicate your life by trying to contain important dates and reminders in your head. Write down everything: shopping lists for groceries,… Read more »
Happy New Year! Raegan tests out some new seating, guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat. Get to know our President, Jim Spano! January 2015 Furniture Feed
This New Year’s make a resolution for your home. Re-organize or de-clutter an area that is always messy, start (or finish) a project that you have been meaning to get around to, or start saving to make that big purchase by the end of the New Year. Amazing what you can accomplish when you set… Read more »
It’s just about that time again and according to greeting cards, songs and commercials the holiday season should be the jolliest and happiest time of the year. But as anyone who has had to juggle a job, a family and a ton of other seasonal obligation knows the reality isn’t always quite that simple. While… Read more »
If you prefer a less traditional approach to the holidays, try some DIY projects to create your own one of a kind decorations. Dress up wine bottles with some paint, ribbon, fabric or other accessories to create a tabletop of mantle display. Fill candle holders or vases with ornaments, dried fruit, pinecones or other interesting… Read more »
Make fall cleaning part of your holiday decorating. Put away magazines, mail and other items that have collected on the coffee and dining room tables to make room for those holiday displays. Rearrange furniture to open your space up for entertaining with a tree or fireplace as your focal point.
First we tell you to sit, and then we tell you to spend more time standing; now we want you to wobble? That’s right! Our bodies are not meant to maintain static positions for long periods of time; our muscles, organs and even our minds want to stay in motion. By engaging the different parts… Read more »