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How To Care For Your Indoor Plants This Winter

Posted by Mark Corner on December 04, 2020 in  Home Care
Fall and Winter months typically mean chilly weather, cozy blankets and hot cocoa – but while most of us are well equipped to handle the change – the combination of cold air, lower temperatures and shorter days can make it difficult for plants to thrive. Are you curious about how to help your indoor plants stay alive this fall and winter? Well you’re in the right place. 1. KEEP YOUR PLANTS WARM – BUT NOT TOO WARM Many plant are extremely sensitive to cold air. The #1 step to helping your ind... read more
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Will Mortgage Rates Remain Low Next Year?

Posted by Mark Corner on December 03, 2020 in  Mortgage
In 2020, buyers got a big boost in the housing market as mortgage rates dropped throughout the year. According to Freddie Mac, rates hit all-time lows 12 times this year, dipping below 3% for the first time ever while making buying a home more and more attractive as the year progressed (See graph below):When you continually hear how rates are hitting record lows, you may be wondering: Are they going to keep falling? Should I wait until they get even lower? The Challenge with Wait... read more
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The Art of Art Placement

Posted by Mark Corner on December 02, 2020 in  Home Decor
Things to think about before hanging art up in your home. GUSTAVO GONZALEZE Ever wonder what magic tricks interior designers have up their sleeves? There’s no secret. It’s just an understanding of what’s aesthetically pleasing to the eye, and why. And like so many things in life that work well, it’s all about balance. Considering where you place objets d’art – your favorite things – is key to pulling off a professional looking interior design. When hanging artwork,... read more
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How to make a home gym happen on a budget

Posted by Mark Corner on November 25, 2020 in  Home Improvement
The following is a guest post by Ricardo Mello With many gyms closed or operating at minimum capacity, a home gym has never sounded more appealing. Three out of five Americans are actually turning to home gyms for good, and over half of the population is looking for the best home-fitness options. You can even find affordable home gym equipment that gets the job done just as efficiently as a commercial gym can. The Rise of at-Home Fitness Americans are exercising 25 percent more than they were before t... read more
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The Gallatin County Health Department announced Tuesday it will consider tightening restriction on bars, casinos, distilleries and restaurants due to the wide spread transmission of COVID-19.  The mandatory closing time would be moved from 12:30 am to 10 pm and group table sizes limited to 6.  And high risk businesses like gyms, fitness centers, bars, restaurants, casinos and distilleries would be limited to 50% capacity.  Indoor and outdoor groups sizes would be limited to 25 people regardless of so... read more
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