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Unexpected (and Totally Necessary) Costs of a Family Vacation

Unexpected (and Totally Necessary) Costs of a Family Vacation

Next month, my husband and I will take our 2.75-year-old to Disney World for the first time. We celebrated our honeymoon, 5th anniversary and my 29th birthday at Disney, so we’re familiar with the Happiest Place on Earth. You might say I’m a little excited completely over the moon to walk around the World again […]

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BST Basics: How to Sell Your Stuff for Cash

Remember when I said shopping was America’s national pastime? Remember buying those matching Christmas pajamas that won’t fit your kids next year? And the toys now sitting in a corner? Well friends, it’s time to make a little cash from that closet stash. Get your spring cleaning game on and start selling your unused, unworn, […]

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Nine No Fail New Year’s Resolutions

Why hello there, January. You kind of snuck up on me. I’m still busy over here cleaning up from Christmas, trying to decide whether to keep that half-used wrapping paper for next year. And now you’re shouting at me to make some lofty goals for this year, like eat healthier, get fit, and generally improve […]

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The 5 Dos and Don’ts of a Kitchen Remodel

The kitchen is normally the most expensive room in the home. It’s where most of your appliances reside and where people tend to spend a lot of time. A kitchen remodel is an investment in your home. I have lived through my own personal kitchen remodel, countless kitchen remodels working at Woodtryst, and as a […]

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