For many of us, cleaning out our garage is no simple afternoon task. Most garages hold years of accumulated and forgotten items, and clearing them out is a serious job. Below are five tips to help you make the most of the big clean-out.
Now that we’re well into warmer weather, I decided to write about local places that are best enjoyed outdoors–and that are slightly off the beaten path. While these spots are by no means undiscovered, they are also not tourist traps like the National Mall during summer months. As a result, you can avoid the possible spring/summer 2021 tourist rush as people desperate to travel after a year indoors descend upon DC. If the arrival of May has you itching to spend more time outside, read on for my recommendations!
I expect each month that decluttering and reorganizing will become simpler. I will get the hang of it and build on past successes – but it doesn’t seem to work that way. This month I pledged to myself to tackle the linen closet. We’d all love to have a linen closet worthy of a home design magazine, but despite our best intentions, these spaces often become the junk drawer equivalents for everything bed and bath-related, not to mention the extra toiletries and medicines that I don’t know where to store. This is really aspirational for me because I go into homes listed for sale and some linen closets are beautifully arranged with crisply folded sheets and towels.
But fear not — with a little resourcefulness and creativity, we can both say goodbye to teetering stacks of towels and piles of hastily folded sheets.
Here’s how to organize the linen closet of your dreams in a few simple steps.
Sarah’s Handmade Ice Cream in Bethesda is a two year old ice cream store with locations at the Wildwood Shopping Center and at 5241 River Road. If you are looking for delicious ice cream or unusual flavors, Sarah’s Handmade Ice Cream is the place to go.
In honor of Earth Day on April 22nd and with spring finally here, why not get yourself outdoors by visiting one of the DC area’s beautiful gardens. While some of the indoor facilities connected to the gardens are currently closed due to COVID, the outdoor spaces remain open. What better way to ease yourself back into leaving the house than walking through peaceful gardens with flowers blooming for spring! So, without further delay, read on for our list of gorgeous local gardens!
My goal for March was to declutter and organize my home office. It was difficult to get going on this task, so I turned to the internet for a few tips.
Here is what I found.
It’s early March, which means spring is almost upon us! But before the flowers are in full bloom, people of Irish descent around the world (or people looking for a reason to imbibe) celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th. While historically a religious holiday, St. Patrick’s Day has evolved into more of a secular affair in modern times, involving revelery, drinking, green clothing, and celebrating all things Irish.
So, in honor of St. Paddy’s Day, we thought we’d delve into the history of the holiday, and, for those interested in some fun, we conclude with a great spot to safely celebrate in the DC area.
The Montgomery County Council is considering saying good-bye to Uncle Julio, the popular restaurant on Bethesda Avenue. The restaurant would be replaced with another high rise under the County’s newest plans.
Decluttering the kitchen drawers actually turned out to be harder than I expected at first. Somehow, after I had organized my pantry, I thought the kitchen drawers would be easy. As usual I was wrong – and I had to do some research on line. I bought some new storage pieces to make my decluttering successful
The Maryland Market Update for December 2020 shows a strong market due to tight inventory and low interest rates. Maryland’s December housing market ended the year with strong sales volume and an increase in average sales prices. increased 11.2%.