I had a terrific trip to Ottawa to meet my mother in August and learned that she’s taken up painting. Imagine discovering at the age of 80, and after surviving cancer, that you can paint! I’m really proud of her and we spent a great three days touring the sites of the beautiful city.
It’s never too late to start doing something you love, or to try something new just to see what happens. When you feel that fear of the unknown creeping up, just ask yourself, “What’s the worst thing that can happen if I try this?”
Watching my teen unpack shiny new school supplies this month had me yearning for that “fresh start” feeling a new school year always seems to bring.
If you’ve been thinking of making a change in your own life— or at least your career— and you’re considering investing in your education to become a home stager, this is the most wonderful time of the year to do it!
With Labor Day behind us, those homeowners who have been thinking of moving are getting ready to take advantage of the fall real estate market. Home sellers know that if they don’t sell now, they’ll have a hard time during the holiday season, which means they could be stuck waiting to sell until February at the earliest.
Speaking of which, we still haven’t found a home stager for the project in Fayette County, PA. If you’re interested in working with a client who came to me for help because his house isn’t selling, check out this Pennsylvania home staging job.
If you want to learn about home staging projects like these as soon as they’re available, simply subscribe to my home staging blog by filling out your name and email address in the green box in the left column of the Home Staging Business Report. Please note that you can only apply for these projects once you are a Staging Diva Graduate.
I hope you enjoy this months posts. Please send me your opinions and new story ideas!
The fall real estate season gets underway right now, so good luck getting out there and spreading the word about your staging business!