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Welcome to my blog! Now that I am retired, I don't blog as much as I used to, generally offering Home Staging advice and decorating tips when I do write. On Wednesdays I enjoy sharing a fun picture or meme using my grandchildren as my inspiration.



At the request of Kathy Nielsen via her blog post "Home Stagers - Post Your Favorite Staging Transformation of 2008"  I hereby submit my personal favorite transformation from the past year. BEFORE      The living room furniture (two sofas, two chairs, and several tables) was crowded into the smal...
How your furniture is arranged could be the deciding factor as to whether a potential buyer chooses your house or another house nearby.  How large or small a room looks can depend on the arrangement, and the amount, of furniture in the room. Something many sellers don't think about is the importa...
  Christmas cards on the mantel, taped around doorways, piled up in baskets.People display Christmas cards in many different ways.  I recently read in a magazine (don't remember which one) an idea to tape the cards to a ribbon and hang the ribbon on the wall. I decided to hang my cards on the win...
As many of you know, New Hampshire has been under a State of Emergency the last few days due to severe ice storms knocking out power to over 400,000 homes. The deep freeze has left most of New Hampshire powerless.We were lucky, we have a generator.  When we built our house five years ago we insta...
Here is a fun party idea for the holidays.  Actually, this works for any type of party...birthday, anniversary, graduation. All you need is a child's 24 piece puzzle.Prior to your party, send each guest a puzzle piece.Instruct them to trace the puzzle piece around a photo of themself, cut it out,...
New or gently used sleepers, onesies, socks, and baby blankets are urgently needed. There is a wonderful charity group in New Hampshire that you may not have heard of, they provide comfort to premature and newborn babies and their families.  It is a group of volunteers that meets once a month to ...
If you haven't happened upon Ralph the Real Estate Dog yet here in the yourself a favor and stop in.  You won't regret it.  I found Ralph tonight and I am so happy I did.  Ralph is actually Laraine and she has found a very clever way to, let's say "highlight" really bad MLS photos.  You...


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Author Bio: Sharon Tara is a retired professional Home Stager who served the greater Seacoast New Hampshire area. Sharon specialized in owner-occupied home staging consults to help sellers prepare and present their home for sale.