*This is the third part of the mini-series on buying a house. Step One: Finances Part Two: The Players It’s quite important to not only know what type of loan you qualify for, but also what loan options are available.
I recently had the opportunity to review a book on photography from a great blogger, Cole Nemeth of Peace and Chaos. What a wonderful book this is. Not heavy with the technical nature of photography, yet still filled with tons
Being that we’re such a natural family and I love DIY, I figured for my sister’s birthday it would be nice to make her something simple. I know she wouldn’t have really wanted (or even asked) for anything specific, but
If you’ve never bought a house before, you’re likely a bit unsure of who is involved and how much each person should be involved in the entire process. First up – You and Your Family. These are the single most
Baby Boy loves going to the park. I’m so glad we happen to have a neighborhood park that’s so close to our house! Seriously, the walk couldn’t be any easier (unless we lived across the street). Even if I don’t
What a cute book to read this month! A small, quaint town with a history of love. A town original and a new resident, each with their own heartbreak and pain to hold onto. Each with their own goals to
I’ve been on a few South Carolina vacations in my life, but it’s been awhile. The beach there can be fun and exciting. I think I care less for the major beaches, like Myrtle, way less than the quieter ones.
It may seem like a no-brainer, but it really is important to know and understand what’s going on with your finances. Just because you think you can’t afford a house or wouldn’t qualify for a loan to buy a house,
Besides, the requested non-slip slippers Hun wanted for Valentine’s Day, I wanted to make sure Hun had something from Baby Boy, too! We might not really celebrate much in terms of the commercialization when it comes to holiday stuff around
During the time of working the blog’s new look, I also did some thinking about content. This blog is supposed to be a representation of me, my life, and where we are. Afterall, my tagline is: Once there. Now here.