Buzzing This Season

In springtime the world comes alive! Gardening, cooking with fresh seasonal ingredients, and spring cleaning all give us a chance to freshen things up after a long winter.Read more

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Regular care and maintenance is needed to ensure the value and comfort of your home. Find helpful articles to keep your home in tip-top shape inside and out.Read more

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Useful information when you’re navigating the real estate and mortgage industry. Get your home ready to sell, become a savvy buyer, and simplify your move.Read more

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    Gardening from Seeds
    Growing plants from seed can be a fun and rewarding way to add variety to your garden while saving money. A six-pack of lettuce plants can cost you about the same as a packet of several hundred seeds! Not to...
  • Homemade Spicy Deviled Eggs with Paprika on a plate of black slate
    Deviled Eggs – Everyone’s Favorite
    Who doesn’t love a deviled egg? As appetizers go, they are always among the first to disappear at any party or gathering. Did you know we’ve been eating deviled eggs since the early Roman Empire? Every western culture has its...
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    Wire Fraud
    There has been a resurgence of Agents falling victim to instances of wire fraud. In interviewing the affected agents, the responses have a number of common themes: “I never thought it would happen to me.” “I knew the risks, but...
  • Crystal Planet In Green Forest With Sun
    Earth Day Recycling Dos and Don’ts
    Saturday, April 22 is Earth Day. To celebrate the nearly 50 years of this day set aside to promote awareness and caring for this beautiful blue marble we call home, we decided to research the dos and don’ts of recycling....
  • Fresh organic vegetables growing in the garden
    April is Garden Month
    Spring is upon us and it’s time to start planting (or planning) your garden if you haven’t already. There are so many reasons to grow your own fruits, vegetables, herbs or flowers: Fresh picked fruits and veggies are packed with...
  • National Picnic Day - April 23
    National Picnic Day – April 23
    Know what is a wonderful way to spend a day? Eating tasty little bites while lounging on the grass under a bright blue sky. THAT is a pique-nique (a meal of small bites of food eaten outdoors), or as we...
  • Frozen Foods: The Good, the Bad, and the Random
    Frozen Foods: The Good, the Bad, and the Random
    With March designated as Frozen Food Month, it’s time for a solid look at the benefits of frozen foods, including what foods are best for freezing, and what foods to never freeze. While human history is replete with evidence of creativity...
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    5 Tips to Create a Beautiful and Fruitful Edible Garden
    As interest in the “Farm to Table” cooking philosophy continues to grow, many homeowners are looking to “ditch” their well-manicured, thirsty lawns for a more useful and surprisingly beautiful way to adorn their yards: edible landscaping. Also known as “foodscaping”...
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