Last week we dedicated an entire week to content for the first time home buyer looking to gain some knowledge before entering the real estate market for the first time. We got lots of good feedback, but one comment asked a very appropriate question, “What about those selling a home?”
Summer months are coming when you’ll start planning those trips to maybe that vacation home by the beach or on the lake or just away from it all. Sure we’d all like to say that we’re the intellectual types who don’t watch TV when we’re on vacation because we’re so busy enjoying nature or reading Ernest Hemminway, but let’s be honest with ourselves. On those rainy days or nights, sometimes you just want to kick back and watch a ball game or reruns of Seinfeld that you religiously DVR. Am I right?
Just like we do, the folks over at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce sure work long hard hours, but they also know how to have a bit of fun at home too. Tons of fans will be taking a page out of their book by throwing Mad Men premiere parties at their homes this Sunday. Here are some surefire tips to help you throw a viewing party at home cool enough to make Don Draper proud
Here in the Northeast, the days are getting kind of dreary. It gets dark early. It’s getting a bit chilly and we’re constantly checking our Weather Channel app to see if snow is in the forecast. Sure our friends in Southern California, Texas and Florida are enjoying spring-like weather, but during the winter our homes could use a little something extra to brighten the place now that the holiday decor is gone.
It was 21 degrees when I got up this morning, so creating a warm space is extremely appealing to me right now. While this LXTV segment has less to do with the temperature outside and more to do with the appeal of your home the video has some really useful tips in it that are perfect brightening up that plain room in your house.
I have 3 kids and an extended family with tons of kids so come the holidays when we feel that something is about to break in the house, it’s time to put on a DVD for the kids. But you know kids’ attention spans. If you don’t get that movie on in the first 60 seconds of them sitting down, you’ve lost them. Of course, those annoying trailers have to start, you hit the skip button on the remote but it doesn’t always let you skip right to the movie.