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supporting our military families

Here’s a quick history lesson: While the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776, it wasn’t until June 14, 1777 that the United States adopted the Stars and Stripes as its official flag.

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hiking safety 101

When summertime hits, there’s just something that makes us want to head into the great outdoors! If you’re planning to get outside for a hike this summer, be sure you know your safety basics

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smart community

Being a part of a neighborhood community can be like a full-time job. There are so many things to do to keep up with neighborhood policies, social events, clean ups, etc. Stay safe and smart by being connected to your community

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printable neighborhood—your summer mansion

Summertime always brings out the dreamer in people. We make big mental lists of all the wonderful things we’ll do over the most beautiful months of the year

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june neighborhood calendar – los angeles

June is almost here and with it comes new possibilities.

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springtime family activities nationwide

Winter is over! Hallelujah! It’s time to get that family of yours outside and playing. But what to do? Here are some favorite family events across the nation!

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printable neighborhood—walking in the park

Are the trees budding and flowers blooming in your neighborhood? Stop by any park near my home and you’ll see it’s suddenly flooded. Not just with fresh green buds and birds singing from every tree, but with people walking, running, and biking

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selling your house

Selling your house: it can be exciting and intimidating and completely overwhelming all at the same time

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patio furniture 101

I tend to neglect my indoor furniture, so when it comes to outdoor furniture my attitude has always been: it’s outdoor furniture . . . made to be outdoors. True, patio furniture is usually more durable than your average living room couch, but I learned

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ergonomic gardening tools

It seems spring has sprung and I am so unbelievably excited to start gardening outdoors. It’s been a long winter, hasn’t it?

While indoor plants are my forte, I know I have lots to learn about outdoor gardening this season. After feeling the effects of hard labor in the yard this past fall, I’m all for finding ways to minimize the pain.

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national park week: free entrance days

I know many of you feel as I do about spring time: I love the sun and its warmth. Spring brings fun, new growth, rebirth, blossoms, fresh air, sweet rain, and green grass. I love waking up to eager boys just waiting to explore, adventure, discover, and get completely covered in dirt. This month hosts National Park Week. What better way to celebrate National Park week than by 

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printable neighborhood—forest full of trees

This week we’re thinking all things green! That’s right: we need a forest full of green leafy trees to populate our neighborhood of houses, businesses, church, and school. It’s spring time after all, even if it hasn’t started quite yet in my 

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national park week: learn how to get invovled

This week is National Park Week and you can celebrate by becoming a volunteer at your local park. There are a number of ways for you to participate, including park cleanup, working at visitor centers, or joining research projects. There are more than 

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community service: 4 ways to give back

Community service doesn’t always have to be an organized group of people getting together to pick up trash on a Saturday morning. Although that is a great thing to do, simple everyday neighboring is a great way to serve your community. There are hundreds of ways that we can 

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printable neighborhood—your new spring home

Spring is coming, right? I swear it has to be out there somewhere! I catch myself dreaming of far-flung places only because the pictures of them include warmer weather. 

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printable neighborhood – modern marvel

This week’s printable house is a modern marvel, inspired by all the over-the-top modern homes available if you have the money and the architect available to help you. It’s the kind of house celebrities in the California hills might choose, or the house I might live in if I 

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3 steps to de-winterizing your lawn for spring

Yards certainly take a beating during cold, harsh winters. In order to get the most out of your lawn in the spring and summer months, there are ways to prep your lawn in early spring so that you have a lush green lawn all summer long. As an added incentive, you’ll be saving

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color therapy

Color therapy, or chromotherapy as it is sometimes called, dates back to the year 980 when colors really meant something. I say that last sentence with

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printable neighborhood—candy break!

Today our printable neighborhood is ready for a sweet rush—a sweet sugar rush of a candy shop! I think every good downtown street needs a dose of candy. For instance,
there is a beautiful old river town

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celebrating st. patty’s day

No matter your heritage, on March 17th, we’re all a little Irish.

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caffeine awareness month

March is a special time of the year. It is a time of renewal and rebirth as winter beings to melt away and the first blooms of spring fight their way through the chilly ground. As the birds return and the days get longer, our hearts

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and the oscar goes to…

What better way to celebrate the biggest night in Hollywood than with a party? Whether it’s a fancy affair or a simple get-together with neighbors, it’s always

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march neighborhood calendar – boston

Winter is slowly passing by, spring is on the doorstep. Snows begins to melt, green seems to sprout from every corner. And we start to experience the warm glimpses of spring.

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march madness: this post could help you win 1 billion dollars

Warren Buffet, the 4th billionaire in the world who is worth more than $53 billion, is offering $1 billion to whoever can make a perfect march madness bracket. There is no entrance fee. All you need to do to 

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valentine’s day neighbor gifts

Whether you’re a fan of Valentine’s Day or not, it’s always nice to feel loved, noticed, and appreciated. In the midst of busy schedules and the cold of winter, it’s an especially good time to bundle up, get outside, and reconnect with neighbors and friends

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send some e-love

Send Some E-Love

Happy Valentine’s Day! Admit it—you love sending Valentines. I’ve taken to a new tradition of sending text Valentines for the last couple of years. And now, with phones that have incredible cameras and so many design apps

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valentine’s day card

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and I’m sure you’ve got the hearts, chocolates, and roses ready to go for your sweetheart. But what about all those other special people in your life? While Valentine’s is traditionally

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printable neighborhood – the front porch

This week’s printable is all about the classic front porch – if I had room, I’d even add a porch swing.

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will the groundhog see his shadow?

It’s almost Ground Hog Day! That’s right, on February 2nd we will find out if there will be 6 more weeks of winter, or an early spring. The tradition dates back through the centuries! On this day the groundhog comes out of his hole to look for his shadow.

If he sees his shadow

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february neighborhood calendar- san francisco

“Month of Love”

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