September 10th, 2019 at 11:00 am


There are many ways you can upgrade your home to make it eco-friendly, all while increasing its value and saving you money. Not only that, but homes with certain environmentally-conscious features result in reduced energy use, which also decreases energy costs and carbon footprint.

With so many amazing options out there, you don’t have to feel so overwhelmed mentally (or financially) in order to take your home to the next level.  So, before you think about making any changes, consider starting with some of these details:  (more…)

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September 3rd, 2019 at 11:00 am


The kitchen has a special place in each household. It’s where your favorite vanilla-frosted holiday cookies are carved from scratch and baked to golden-brown perfection; where Thanksgiving dinners are thoughtfully prepared before coming to the dining table; and where your closest friends gather for a sip of Cabernet and nibble on snacks before a night on the town. The kitchen is where some of our happiest memories originate and persist.  (more…)

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July 31st, 2019 at 2:30 pm


Although the kitchen is considered to be the heart of the home, the master bedroom may be the most important room in your entire house.

Your bedroom is where you go to recharge and refresh after a long day, in preparation for yet another day to come. It’s where you get ready for pretty much everything you do, so the entire room should feel like your own personal sanctuary.  (more…)

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May 22nd, 2019 at 11:00 am


Kitchen essentials everyone needs

Whether you have been a home cook for years, or you’ve just moved into a new space and need to stock up your dream kitchen, it’s always smart to have an arsenal of reliable ingredients and tools at hand to whip up a tasty meal in a moment’s notice.


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April 10th, 2019 at 2:00 pm


Southern California residents are happy to report that for the first time in nearly eight years, our region is no longer declared to be in a drought. Our lakes and rivers are filling back up, our hillsides are lush and green, and the wildflowers are displaying a vibrant, colorful super bloom this spring.

But there is one thing we know for sure. Just because we are out of the drought, for now, doesn’t mean that we are immune to droughts and climate change forever. So now that our region is back to its vibrant self, it’s important that we keep it that way, by keeping it clear of debris and not wasting our natural resources.


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