Housing is expensive. In fact, for most of us, our homes are our most expensive purchase. So, it’s no surprise that most of us want to get the most for our money when buying a home. Because the less we spend on housing, the more money we free up for all the other things we enjoy in life.
I was a creative child. If you had asked me who I wanted to be when I grew up, my answer would have been a best-selling author and poet. I wanted to live in Greenwich Village and attend NYU (New York University) to study movie production and theatre arts. Read More
There will always be times when you’ll struggle to get everything done on your to-do list. Even those of us with the most proficient time management skills find that the clock is our enemy at times. So what can you do when you can’t get to everyone you need to? Simple. Get them to come to you.
Sometimes change is needed and what better way to shake things up in your life than moving. Not up the street or around the corner… but literally packing up and making a move to somewhere you’ve been dreaming of for a long long time.
There’s a hidden understanding that we should constantly be focused on the next goal, the next achievement, the next accomplishment. Never satiated… always wanting more. This secret desire to want more and more and more dictates many of our actions – whether we realize it or not. Not so sure… let’s take a look.
How many times have you thought that you’d rather wake up to the hustle and bustle of city life than the routine humdrum of suburban living? Or maybe it’s the opposite. When’s the last time you’ve wished that you could lay out in a hammock on your front porch instead of climbing the stairs of your apartment building? It may be time to give your ‘wishes’ a little more consideration.