Being a single mother is never easy. You have to make sure that there is always food on the table and that you also know what is happening to your child while he or she is growing.
I am a single mother with a 16 year old son whose welfare has always been my top priority. I always work my butt off to make sure that he have everything that he needs (and wants too) and at the same time he is becoming the kind of person that God wants him to be.
And I am happy I have found my life saver – The VA Hub! Let me tell you how this company changed our lives for the better.
More time with my son – Working for The VA Hub helps me strengthen my relationship with my son. Also, he gets to see what I do for a living, how I work hard to support our family. In return, he value every penny I spent for his schooling. He has so much respect for my hard work.
Save more money – Working from home is economical. The cost of commuting and the expense for nice wardrobe and polished shoes is no longer part of my budget. Yay! This made a big difference on my savings. Also, I can now prepare healthy meals for us which is a lot cheaper than fast food.
Actually there are a lot of advantages from working home. But to sum it up, it will help you live a happier, less stressful life. I love my son and I love my life. I would rather be a single mother than not being a mother at all. Although there are some part of this journey that are nothing but rough, I am happy to say that my child is worth it. And I feel blessed because I know The VA Hub will help me on this journey every step of the way.
You want your home to look good to ensure the best price. But did you know that you can take this matter into your own hands for a lot less money? Set the stage for success with these tips that will change the perception of your potential buyer and make them feel welcome as they enter your home.
1. Roll out an enticing welcome mat – Put a doormat that best compliments the color of your home, of course with the word “Welcome” nicely printed on it. Never put something that is too personal because it may not match the taste of your potential buyer. Additional tip, try putting fresh plants or a simple yet beautiful bench at the entry area. This will give the impression that the house is well cared for.
2. Declutter – Make sure furniture is the right size for every rooms. Don’t clutter a room with too much furniture. Potential buyer needs to feel that they can easily fit all their belongings and be well organized.
3. Smell/Odor – First thing first, remove anything that can be a source of bad odor – cooked food, pets, mold, including dusty air vents. Use scented candle or oil plug-ins during your home showing.
4.Depersonalize – Potential buyer should be able to envision themselves in your home. Get rid of of any family photos. Put away toys because they can still be considered personal items. And try to pick up your collections.
Staging is fun! Do your best to emphasize your home’s best feature. But don’t spend too much on this process. Follow these simple tips and you can be sure of a good result. Good luck! Continue reading “Basic Things To Do When Staging Your Home.”
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