Moving a family is stressful and if the relocation comes with another emotional event like a death in the family, divorce or job loss, the transition hardly feels like a party. But while it probably won’t be immediately obvious, with careful planning and generous discussion, your child can benefit from a move.
Regardless of the size of your home, space is often a scarce commodity. But the way you organize and arrange and the styles of furniture you choose can mean the difference between living comfortably or living packed in like sardines. Try these ideas to make the most of every nook and cranny in your home.
When was the last time you let your child inspire you? With so many sources of online inspiration, it’s easy to find inexpensive embellishments for transforming any bedroom from blah to beautiful through the eyes of your teenage beholder. Follow these steps for bicker-free results.
Deciding whether to renovate your home or move on to bigger and better things is one of the most stressful decisions a family can make. Our journey to ‘love it or leave it’ began over a year ago. Frustrated with our lack of entertaining space, we decided it was time to make a change. If you’re not sure whether to move or to renovate, consider whether or not your main concerns can be remedied by a renovation, or if moving is the only option. Think about your commute to work or proximity to schools, safety of your neighborhood, and square footage - there may be barriers which can’t be overcome by changing your kitchen!
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