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Gratitude Through Giving

Gratitude Through Giving

“One can never pay in gratitude; one can only pay ‘in kind’ somewhere else in life.” -Anne Morrow Lindbergh   If the meaning of gratitude is affirming that there is goodness, then we can attest to the goodness that exists in Pinellas County. For the last fifteen days – November 4th through November 19th – […]

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Valentines Day is All About the Love

Valentines Day is All About the Love

When you walk into a store and are immediately bombarded with shelves stocked to the brim with oversized teddy bears, boxes of chocolates filled with creams and custards you didn’t know existed and an endless amount of heart- shaped cards, you know it is the beginning of February. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner […]

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Improve Yourself by Improving the Lives of Others

Improve Yourself by Improving the Lives of Others

The birth of a new year has a way of bringing to light things that we didn’t accomplish or things we wish we would have done differently. Most of us are all too familiar with New Year’s Resolutions; setting our sights on accomplishing a new goal, these resolutions most of the time revolve around ourselves. […]

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A Story of Hope

A Story of Hope

At Christmastime, more than any other time of the year, we are reminded that there is always a silver lining, if you look hard enough and are open to the possibilities.  We stumbled across this simple true story a while ago, and seems to embody the hope of the season.  Merry Christmas to you and […]

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Elves for Elders 2014

Elves for Elders 2014

With the holidays in full swing, Elves for Elders is consistently a cause that our staff looks forward to participating in each year.  If you don’t know what Elves for Elders is, let us fill you in! Per the Better Living for Seniors (BLS) website: Elves for Elders® is a grass roots community effort that recognizes the […]

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Grab and Go 2014

Grab and Go 2014

  A week ago, we ended our fall food drive with our yearly Grab and Go networking event.  We held our event at Eagle Lake Park in Largo, and although it was a little chilly, we had some warm coffee, great food, and great company! Thank you so much to everyone who was able to […]

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Costumes Outside the (cardboard) Box!

Costumes Outside the (cardboard) Box!

We can’t believe we are already over a week into October, and that means that Halloween isn’t too far away!  Whether you have kids or are just looking for a great DIY costume for yourself, what better material to start with than a cardboard box? Here are some of our favorite ideas, from our Pinterest […]

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Fall Curb Appeal

Fall Curb Appeal

With Fall comes cooler temperatures, which makes working on the outside of your home that much easier and enjoyable.  Whether you are selling or staying in your home, increasing your home’s curb appeal is an easy way to translate a little hands-on work into home equity.  Remember, the first thing anyone sees when at your […]

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Military Honors: Honoring our Clients

Military Honors: Honoring our Clients

With the 4th of July right around the corner, it makes us think about all the service men and women that we have had the privilege of working with throughout the years. So many of our clients have led some very adventurous lives and it is apparent when you walk into their homes how proud […]

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Egg-cess: Using Up Leftover Easter Eggs

Egg-cess: Using Up Leftover Easter Eggs

Now that Easter weekend has passed, you most likely have an abundance of eggs: dyed, hard boiled, plastic, or all of the above.  It seems that we inevitably end up with an excess of these eggs, but no use for them post Easter.  Well, worry not, there is no need to waste – here are […]

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