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Buttoned Up: Right-sizing a home improvement


Buttoned Up: Right-sizing a home improvement

Buttoned Up: Right-sizing a home improvement
News from Sioux City Journal:

Who doesn’t salivate at the thought of a sparkling new kitchen or a luxurious new bathroom? We both do! Sarah even has three scrapbooks full of clippings from shelter magazines like Veranda and House Beautiful with images of her dream kitchen, bathroom and home office. A girl can dream, right?

But let’s get real about home improvements. Looking at pretty pictures in a magazine is one thing. Committing to and then living through a renovation is another thing entirely. There’s a reason all those home-makeover shows do so well in the ratings. They let us enjoy the visual payoff of a room or house transformation without actually having to lift a finger. But taking on a home improvement is no small feat; it requires time, money and, if you want to conserve those first two elements, organization.

Adding the management of a home-improvement project to your overflowing to-do list can be just the thing that pushes you over the edge.

So take a breath.

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