Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Whether you’re planning a move to Chicago or you already live there, there’s always something going on. Regardless of where you live, there are hundreds of things to do on any given day, in both summer and winter. Many...
Change is good. It helps us move through life and adapt to our surrounding circumstances. But change doesn’t have to be huge. Sometimes, all you need is a little tweak to your interior decorating. In fact, one of the...
Your kitchen is the heart and soul of your home. It’s often where the most time is spent whether you’re preparing for the day, eating a home-cooked meal with your loved ones, or getting ready for tomorrow. With that...
Looking basement storage ideas? In most homes, basements act as space where we can throw things sporadically, store items we know we’ll forget about, and avoid stepping foot downstairs. If you have a home with a basement, it’s a...
Starting a collection takes commitment, dedication, and above all else… hard work. It takes years to build a truly impressive collection, but if you’ve ever been interested in doing so, the time to start is now. You’re never too...
Whether you’re ready to put your home on the market or you’re getting ready to put it up for sale in a few months, one of the best ways to increase your property value is to add curb appeal....
Whether you’re moving to Chicago for the first time or you’re a long-time resident, there’s one time of the year that everyone needs to prepare for, winter. Winter in Chicago is fierce. Temperatures drop into the negatives and are...
When winter comes, it comes with a fury. Temperatures fall below zero, rain turns to snow or sleet or slush, and we have to say goodbye to our summer of fun and activities. With goodbyes comes one problem, where...
There are a significant number of Americans who are currently actively involved in the military—close to 1.4 million people to be exact.1 Of that number, almost all of the families, at some point or another, will have to deal...
If you are living in a bustling city, or simply don’t have the budget for an overly large place, you might find yourself getting a studio or lofted apartment. At first the small space will seem daunting and claustrophobic,...

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