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5 Ways to Clean Green

While eating organic, working out, and using all natural everyday products has, in recent years, become the cool thing to do, there is a lot beneath the surface of changing what you consume, what you do on a daily basis, and what you clean both yourfalse

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4 Ways to Get Involved in Your Community

Settling into your dream home with brand new furniture, amenities, and memories to be made is what we love to celebrate. But with a new home comes a new community, something we value and love celebrating too. Whether you spend just one weekend orfalse

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Fourth of July Round Up

When it comes to celebrating the Fourth of July (Atlanta style), we've got the scoop.

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4 ATL Farewells

With more and more people moving here each year, Atlanta have not only seen more grocery stores and apartment complexes being built, but we are also currently experiencing a major facelift that has been years in the making. While bigger and better canfalse

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5 Things to Do In Atlanta This Weekend

Go ahead and plan your weekend accordingly!

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Pin Me, I'm Dreaming: Our 5 Favorite Home Decor Boards

Go ahead and make yourself a cup of coffee, grab a blanket, and snuggle up on the couch. Oh, and be sure to cancel your morning plans because you're about to get lost in the Pinterest world of home decor galore. Out of the overwhelming hundreds andfalse

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Posted in Architecture, Design, Tips

Georgia's Food Truck Round Up

While Atlanta is home to many of the latest and greatest restaurants (Two Urban Licks, Marcel, and the Optimist, just to name a few), I have seen people stand outside in the 98 degree summer heat to wait for food made inside a truck at local parks,false

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Do's and Don'ts: Lighting Your Home

In the (sometimes chaotic) season of building or redecorating a home, lighting is usually not the first thing that comes to mind (unless you’re an interior designer, decorator, architect, etc.), and the psychology of lighting, the way it affects thefalse

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Featured Property of the Week: Father of the Bride

If your dream wedding includes a backyard reception, swans in the bathtub, a quirky (that’s an understatement) wedding planner, and your dad taking wedding stress out on the hotdog buns at the supermarket, today is your lucky day! The home featured infalse

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How to Refresh Your Home Without Leaving It

While summertime means beach trips, popsicles, and pool days, it also means school is out and therefore that tiny window of errand running between carpool, work, and sport practices no longer exists. Whether you’re working full time, you’re a new momfalse

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Atlanta's Bean Scene

While I’m a huge fan (and loyal customer) of Starbucks, Caribou, and Dunkin' Donuts coffee, I’m also a big believer in the coffee shop experience. Of course there are days when we are in dire need of caffeine, are in a rush and take advantage of thefalse

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Father's Day Gift Guide

We all know that one of the hardest days to plan and celebrate with gifts rolls around in the summer...Father’s Day. Don’t worry, you still have a week and a half to figure it out, but if you haven’t either thought of or bought him a gift by now, youfalse

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Our Favorite ATL Comfort Food

We all have those days where we don’t want to do that work out (as the snooze button is pressed), go on that long run before getting the kids ready for school, eat that healthy Tupperware packed lunch at work, and really don’t want to cook a mealfalse

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5 Helpful Hacks for Your 1st Big Move

While finding and purchasing your dream home can be a season full of sunshine and daisies, the reality of packing up your life in just a few months or even weeks can turn into anyone’s worst nightmare. Take it from someone who has moved over six timesfalse

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5 Things to Do in Atlanta This Weekend

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I Scream You Scream We All Scream for (Craft) Ice Cream!

With Atlanta’s outrageously hot summer afternoons, there is nothing better than a fresh scoop of Jeni’s Brambleberry Crisp or Mayfield’s Moose Tracks, especially after a walk through Piedmont Park or on the BeltLine. Now I present to you Atlanta'sfalse

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I Spy: 18 Movies Filmed in Georgia

Can you spy these familiar places? With Georgia on the rise as a filming destination in the Southeast, take an extra careful look when watching some of these Blockbusters (all photos from Google Images).

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Georgia Weekend Getaways: Athens

It's Saturday in Athens! Only an hour and fifteen minutes away from Atlanta, this artistic and entrepreneurial spirit filled college town is the perfect getaway for an afternoon or weekend. Plan your trip ahead or simply just jump in the car; Athensfalse

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June Festival Round Up

Summertime means festival time! Here are just a few of the many kid friendly, adult friendly, and family fun events to explore this month in or around Atlanta.

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