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With the current economic situation and market commentary, it’s normal to feel confused about what to do.
Is it that time of the year already? Spring is in full motion and it could not have shown up at a more perfect time.
Meditation allows us to block out our very loud and busy lives whenever we need to recuperate and relax.
The budding flowers and calm weather are here to stay, providing families the perfect time to get outside and discover something new.
May is an exceptional month. The weather gets warmer, flowers start to bloom, and the sun shines a little brighter.
Much of humanity has long been structured around the theme of continuity and of new beginnings.
As we go about our annual traditions of wishing one another a joyful holiday season, writing festive cards to our friends and family.
It seems like only three weeks ago, we were enjoying the last rays of summer sunshine and spending our days at Singing Beach.
As we move into August, we instinctively turn our attention to the school year - and more specifically.
Now that New England is, in the words of the New York Times, “behaving like Europe” with regard to its Covid-19 mitigation.
Happy Independence Day weekend! With the Fourth of July almost upon us, this time marks a true start of summer to many people.
With an upcoming heat wave and today being the last official day of school for the Manchester-Essex Regional School District.
This amazingly-warm weather has got me thinking - what else can we do during quarantine that combines the comfort of home.
The current Covid-19 crisis has impacted local businesses in every imaginable facet, from reduced foot traffic in stores.
Fridays represent the very core of duality - it’s both a day for wrapping up the week’s tasks and assignments.
We talked about the transformative aspect and impact of replacing the light sources in your home and swapping out lampshades.
Most families across the country have been told to shelter in place for at least a month at this point.
New Price on beautiful property - $1,895,000. $100,000 price drop on this gorgeous, custom new home!
31 Eastern Point, Gloucester, MA / Represented Buyer.
Boston Pops & Fireworks Celebration. Boston Pops will perform on Wednesday, July 4 at 8pm, with fireworks beginning at 10:30pm.
Prior to her career in real estate, Kristin forged her sales and marketing capabilities at some of the most well-known consumer brands in the world. These capabilities have been channeled to her deep passion for architecture, and valuation bringing optimal outcomes to both buyers and sellers.Let's Connect