Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Thursday, June 26, 2014 at 9:29 AMBy Ashley Whitworth / June 26, 2014Comment
Summer has become synonymous with lots of things to do in Central Kentucky. Here are just a few of the things going on in the next few weeks.
4th of July SpectacularFriday, July 4th, 5:00pm-10:30pm, Berea City Park Enjoy fireworks, children's activities, live entertainment and more.
4th Annual Whippoorwill FestivalThursday,July 10th-Sunday, 13th, HomeGrown HideAways: 500 Floyd Branch Road Over 60 workshops featuring old time and traditional Appalachian living skills in a family-friendly atmosphere. Workshops include home canning, backyard chickens, how to play the banjo, and many more. A low-cost event with free tent camping, healthy home-cooked meals, guest speakers, campfires, mountain and bluegrass music, dancing, and workshops throughout the day. For more information and a schedule of events, visit their website. ...
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 at 11:47:24 AMBy Ashley Whitworth / June 11, 2014Comment
Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 15th. If you’re looking for some gift ideas for the leading man in your life, here are 5 Father’s Day gift ideas for whatever your dad is into.
1. For the movie buff:
For dads who are fans of classic cinema, here’s a gift he can’t refuse.
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 4:16 PMBy Ashley Whitworth / June 10, 2014Comment
More than half the population will be taking a vacation this summer. According to FBI statistics, the number of home robberies increases 10-18% during the months of July and August. Before you head off on your much-needed time away, don’t forget to take proper precautions to keep your home safe while you’re away.
1. Stop Your Mail Nothing screams “We’re not home” like a pile of unopened mail in your mailbox. Put a hold on your mail at the post office, or ask a trusted neighbor or family...
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Thursday, June 5, 2014 at 12:19:13 PMBy Ashley Whitworth / June 5, 2014Comment
The sun is out and so are you! Summer is a perfect time to get outside and enjoy times with your friends and family. If you're planning a summer get-together at your house, here are 5 DIY game ideas to use right in your backyard.
1. DIY Outdoor Twister
We found this awesome idea from Sassy Style. What's great about this game is that it won't hurt your grass; you'll just mow up the game when you're finished!
Red State BBQ is a funky, road-side bbq place just off Georgetown Rd. They're known for their delicious meats, all smoked right in the back of the restaurant, and their famous sides, including their corn pudding and beer cheese grits.
James Monroe Homes is an award winning builder in the Central Kentucky area. This model home, the Tulane model, has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a full unfinished basement that is perfect...
Posted by Ashley Whitworth on Monday, June 2, 2014 at 2:39 PMBy Ashley Whitworth / June 2, 2014Comment
As you’ve probably been hearing around the web, it’s a seller’s market here in the Bluegrass. With housing supply low, and lots of buyers out looking for a perfect home, conditions are prime for anyone selling a home right now. If you are considering listing your home, there are some easy steps you can take to increase your resale value quickly and easily.
1. De-Clutter Your Space
As life goes on, things start to accumulate. Most people get used to the clutter and don’t realize what a distraction it is for many buyers. Take inventory of your belongings and sell, donate, or throw away things that you really don’t need.