Winter is on its way with shorter, colder days. And while many of us end up spending more time indoors than during the warm weather, there are still plenty of ways to stay active, healthy and happy this winter season. Read on for tips on how to stay connected with family and friends, enjoy time at home, help those in need and make a difference in your community, keep your pets happy, and much more.
Whether you have a large kitchen pantry or a few shelves dedicated to storage, many of us can agree that this area often gets disorganized, messy, crowded, and, let's be honest, becomes a place where jars and bottles of goods frequently remain well beyond their expiration date. If you've been considering a pantry overhaul, read on for some tips from EYA's longtime storage solution partner The Tailored Closet of Greater Washington, DC. Their experts have honed the craft of designing pantries that accommodate the needs of the entire household while maximizing space and functionality. Below are some of their most popular pantry design ideas and organization tips to help you create the look and functionality of your dream pantry space.
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Neighborhood communities are among the most important ways that people find lasting personal connections. And for many, the value of supporting their community and helping neighbors has reached a new level of importance since the covid pandemic. In this blog post, we'll talk about why community is important, what it means to be a good neighbor and what you can do to support your community and help your neighbors.
Friday, September 22nd is Car-Free Day across the DMV and thousands of area residents have taken the pledge to go car-free. Hosted by Commuter Connections, this event aims to bring awareness of the benefits of alternative travel options such as walking, biking, taking bus or Metro, or even going "car-lite" by carpooling with fellow commuters.
Purchasing a new construction home is an exciting process as you watch your dream home come to life. Whether buying a newly built home or resale, it is important to understand the steps in the process. Many of the steps in purchasing a new construction home are similar to purchasing a resale, such as signing a contract and securing a loan. However, since the home is new, there are a few additional steps to not only finalize the sale, but also to make the home your own such as selecting options and meeting with the builder for walk-throughs during various stages of the building process.
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Do you ever find yourself saying, "I'll just put this in the garage for now and find a place for it later"? Or, "One of these days, I really need to organize my garage"? If so, you aren't alone. Garages tend to be a catch-all space that accumulate clutter and are often low on the priority list of spaces to organize in the home. In fact: