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Welcome to my blog! Now that I am retired, I don't blog as much as I used to, generally offering Home Staging advice and decorating tips when I do write. On Wednesdays I enjoy sharing a fun picture or meme using my grandchildren as my inspiration.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Today, as I was looking for an old post I had written, I found this one written five years ago. Seems far too appropriate not to share today since the Oscars were last night. After all the hype and anticipation, the Academy Awards are over.   All that's left now is the fashion buzz.Who wins "Best...
02/10/2020
I have a friend who runs the Children's Development Center in Massachusetts.Carol is a very caring and giving woman.  Every year she recycles Christmas cards, using the front of each card to make new holiday cards for nursing home residents.Not only is this a nice gesture for the recipients of th...
12/28/2019
It's that GIFT GIVING time of year once again and you probably still have some last minute shopping to do, with no clue what to buy.I have a gift idea for the hiker, mountain climber, bicyclist...you know the outdoor enthusiast...on your list. It's called Road IDI ordered two of these as gifts fo...
12/17/2019
Arizona is a good distance from New Hampshire. I've yet to visit, but I feel as though I've been there thanks to my good friend, Brian England.Brian is a real estate professional in Gilbert, Arizona. His posts on ActiveRain paint a beautiful picture of an area that I look forward to someday visit...
12/09/2019
I just read an amazing article and I really think it needs to be shared to as many people as possible. The writer is my cousin, Nathan. Six years ago, while serving in Afghanistan, he was shot in an ambush. Three people were killed that day. Nathan was one of three wounded survivors.  We don't of...
08/12/2019
 When preparing a home for sale it's important to remember that buyers tend to be suspicious...and for very good reason. Too often sellers try to hide the negative aspects of their house. I've actually heard real estate agents, who should know better, suggest hiding things...cover a damaged floor...
05/07/2019
So, I'm watching tv last night and get a text from a close friend. Never saw this one coming.Text included a photo. A local listing photo. An OMG local listing photo.My friend is a real estate agent and someone in her office found this photo on Zillow. The photo was quickly deleted, but not befor...
04/09/2019
When you prepare potatoes do you throw away the skin?  My husband has always eaten the skin when we have baked potatoes. Fairly common. When we peel potatoes, however, we toss the peels....as most people do. Recently, while I was peeling, my husband asked me not to throw them away. Instead he wan...
04/05/2019
The age old question in real estate...." Why aren't we getting offers? "The answer usually involves price, condition and/or location. Many times the answer is obvious with obvious action required.If it's price, lower it.If it's condition, improve it, or lower the price accordingly.If it's locatio...
03/25/2019
Home Staging isn't always fully embraced when suggested to sellers. I've had some uncomfortable home staging consultations with sellers who are only going through the motions because their agent suggested they meet with me.I'm happy to report that those "eye rolling" sellers are rare and most of ...
03/01/2019
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Author Bio: Sharon Tara is a retired professional Home Stager who served the greater Seacoast New Hampshire area. Sharon specialized in owner-occupied home staging consults to help sellers prepare and present their home for sale.