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Celebrity Homes: Brooke Shields’ Long Island Cottage

Celebrity Homes: Brooke Shields’ Long Island Cottage

Brooke Shields is a former supermodel whose knowledgeable fashion sense carried over into excellent style when it comes to decorating her own home. The successful actress and spokeswoman invited Better Homes and Garden into her Long Island, New York cottage, which she shares with her husband and two daughters. She decorated her beautiful home all on her own. Here are ... Read More »

Preparing for Guests: How to Baby Proof Your Home

Preparing for Guests: How to Baby Proof Your Home

Did a family member just have a baby? Are they bringing the new baby to your house for Thanksgiving this year? Then you need to baby proof your home! Babies are delightful bundles of joy. Unfortunately, they’re also prone to more accidents than your older guests. The corners of your home that are normally safe are riddled with dangers for babies. Before ... Read More »

Decorating for the Holidays: Thanksgiving Decor

Decorating for the Holidays: Thanksgiving Decor

As autumn sets in the temperatures drop, the leaves change, and the holidays approach at rapid speed! Now is the perfect time to get out your Thanksgiving decor and start getting in the festive spirit. Here are some fun ideas for how to decorate your home in time for Thanksgiving: Give Thanks Since the true meaning of Thanksgiving is giving ... Read More »

Is Laminate Flooring Safe for My Family?

Is Laminate Flooring Safe for My Family?

Dear Michelle, When you see the recent headlines that have made their way into the news, it’s normal to feel worried. Formaldehyde emissions aren’t something you can see or smell, yet when they’re strong, they’re dangerous to your health. In spite of the headlines, we want to assure you that the vast majority of laminate flooring is safe! Laminate flooring ... Read More »

Tell Me a Short Story: The Beach House

Tell Me a Short Story: The Beach House

*Drrrrring* Carla could hear the last school bell of the year chime through the Coronado Middle School halls. She was sitting, waiting patiently in the parking lot for her son. Now that it was officially summertime, the two of them were leaving immediately to go on a two hour drive north to Carlsbad. This wasn’t a fun trip. Carla’s mom ... Read More »

Tell Me a Short Story: The Intern

Tell Me a Short Story: The Intern

As Cameron pulled up to the house, she felt her stomach turn a little bit. It was that same nervous feeling she had anytime she stepped on stage with her choir, or when Zach asked her to prom. The anxiety was killing her but she knew what she had to do if she wanted to graduate. She got out of ... Read More »

Tell Me a Short Story: The Trees

Tell Me a Short Story: The Trees

Brisk. That’s how I’d describe the day. There was a faint touch of cool that just about penetrated the skin, but it wasn’t cold enough to need a sweater, so I left it at home. About an hour earlier, I climbed into the front seat with my family sitting cozily in the back. They were visiting from Texas, and my ... Read More »

Tell Me a Short Story: Mother’s Day Brunch

Tell Me a Short Story: Mother’s Day Brunch

Samantha was nervous. She hadn’t introduced her family to a man in her life since she was a freshman in college. It didn’t go well then, but it has to go well this time, she thought. How could it not? Her and Jack had an undeniable connection. Since the minute they started talking to each other at Elise’s party, she ... Read More »

Tell Me A Short Story: Grandpa’s Pipe

Tell Me A Short Story: Grandpa’s Pipe

It was a balmy 110 degrees that day in June. The afternoon was heating up fast and Nicole couldn’t wait to get her birthday party started. Her parents had rented a laser tag center and stocked up on water balloons. Her friends and her were going to have the time of their lives – or so she hoped! Nicole knew ... Read More »

A Story: The House Hunt

A Story: The House Hunt

Going on a house hunt is so much more than checking out a few homes. It’s planning a life, planning a future, and anticipating the days ahead. “Can we talk about something else for a change?” Leslie was exhausted by the constant searching on real estate apps. There weren’t any new homes posted in the last few hours – how ... Read More »