Recent Blog Posts

Finding Relaxing Spaces In Your Home Will Help Keep Your Stress Levels Down

woman breathingRelaxation in your home has become more of an issue as some of us have been spending more and more time there. Stress has begun to build up as well as we take in all the health recommendations and travel restrictions that may play a large part in our lives. While many restrictions are being lifted it is still important to have somewhere in your home that you can go to in order to destress. We all have that one spot or activity that centers us and brings us joy. It is important to foster these areas and make sure they are available for our use.

Why Closing On A Home Can Be Such A Trying Time

hour glassThere are lots of things that you have to wait for in life but getting a response from a seller that is considering your offer on their property might be one of the hardest of them all to suffer though. It’s only one of the most important decisions of your life! Technically they can take as long as they want to offer a response but there are some things that may help take out some of the guesswork.

National Memorial Day Concert

Although we can't gather together in large groups, we can still participate in the national Memorial Day celebration . . . on TV or streaming on one of our devices. 

Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise are hosting the National Memorial Day Concert on Sunday, May 24, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. MT. It will be broadcast on PBS and the Armed Forces Network, and will be live streamed on Facebook, YouTube and the National Memorial Day Concert website. Performances and tributes will be filmed in different locations around the country and iconic stories will be shown from past concerts.

This night of remembrance will honor our troops, veterans, wounded warriors, all those who have given their lives for our nation, and their families.

Some of the performances include four-time Grammy Award-winning soprano Renée Fleming, country music star Trace Adkins, gospel legend CeCe Winans, the world-renowned National Symphony Orchestra, General Colin L. Powell, and many more. Here is a preview: