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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.



Preparing your home for sale? You are not alone, many New Hampshire Seacoast homeowners are hoping to find a buyer, and your house has plenty of competition on the market.  To guarantee you make the best impression on buyers, I suggest you keep in mind that "sensory" appeal is just as important a...
Here is valuable information for home sellers in New Hampshire to consider when choosing a Realtor or when considering professional home staging. I thought it was important to re blog the following post for the New Hampshire sellers who may not be aware of the importance of high-level Internet ma...
Today's sellers are very familiar with the terms declutter and depersonalize. They know what needs to be done to prepare their house for sale. What most sellers don't know is how to actually do what needs to be done.  What is considered "clutter" and what is decorative? What exactly is "personal"...
In a recent post I included a picture of myself on TV and Cynthia Bartch commented asking how I made the graphic.  I thought maybe I should do another post to pass on the great site that I used for not only that graphic but many others.The site is Photofunia.  It is free.  It is very easy to use....
One of my favorite "healthy" meals is turkey stir fry with rice.  Instead of a traditional stir fry where all the veggies are cooked in the skillet, I steam the veggies.   It may take a little time for prep, and it may seem like a lot of work, but it is best to use fresh ingredients, when availab...
I don't think I've had a home staging job yet that hasn't involved dealing with cordless phones, cell phones and phone chargers on the counter or nightstand.  Everyone has them and most people don't want to live with the inconvenience of relocating them while their house is on the market.I have f...
Ready for some savings?  Today only you can save at some of our (home stagers) favorite stores!Did you know today is Customer Appreciation Day at all TJX Stores including T.J. Maxx,  Marshalls, Homegoods, and A.J. Wright.That means 15% off your ENTIRE purchase.  Discount is good on in-store purch...
I'm not a miracle worker, I just play one on TV. Ok, so I'm not on TV and I certainly don't consider myself a miracle worker, but I have been called one.  I've also been called the "widow maker" and, as far as I know, I am not responsible for anyone's death.I'm a professional home stager in Ports...
I am in Florida this week, visiting my parents.  Basically, I'm in Retirement Boot Camp.  It's a little taste of the future... what retirement will be like. First rule of retirement: there really aren't any rules!  Do what you want, when you want to do it.  This means staying up late watching TV,...
If you need an appetizer and are short on time, this olive spread recipe could be your answer.  I got this recipe from my cousin Kathi and every time I've made it, it has been a big hit.This is very convenient to serve at an open house with a crackers and cheese platter and grapes. Olive Spread  ...

Sharon Tara

Retired New Hampshire Home Stager
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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.