Tennessee Living

Get Out and About in Murfreesboro, Tennessee

MSN recently voted Murfreesboro, Tennessee no. 12 among the nation’s top 15 growing cities. Why? Access is one reason. “Interstate 24 runs directly through the city, and interstates 65 and 40 are just a few minutes away,” states Murfreesboro’s official city website. Other attractions include shopping, industrial and commercial development, an expanding job market, Middle […]

Mold and Your Home

Although warm, muggy air promotes the reproduction of mold, don’t discount the fall and winter months. Mold can develop in cooler, moister environments, as well. Mold can be both visible and hidden, but either way, it can present health hazards, can damage your home and should be removed as soon as possible. Mold Mold is […]

First-Time Homebuyers, Have Your Kits Ready

We have all known a mom, sister or girlfriend who can literally save the world with the contents of a well-stocked purse. Everything from band-aids to bobby pins, duct tape to batteries can be neatly stashed in a put together purse, just for emergencies. First-time homeowners, take a bit of this preparedness to heart. It’s […]

A Little About Lebanon

Considered to be “one of the prettiest of Tennessee’s country towns,” according to Lebanon, Tennessee’s official website, the once home to Native Americans, living amongst cane breaks and cedar groves, is now a thriving, modern, cultural city. Lebanon does retain some of its antiquated charm and historic richness. The long – standing town square is […]

Get Together With Your Nashville Neighbors This Fall

Broderick Perkins of Realty Times published an article on September 9, 2010 citing that neighbors – despite the prevalence of social media – still enjoy, even prefer, engaging with one another face-to-face. In a recent poll conducted by Pew Internet, over 2,000 adults were asked about their neighbor relations and how they kept current on […]