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August Decorating Tips I

Finding Your Colors I

With so many colors, literally millions of choices, available it can be a daunting task to choose the right color palette for your home. You may have different members of your family . . . Finding Your Colors I

Finding Your Colors II

Again we have a pretty safe combination as it is very neutral. This color scheme is great for those who like a very traditional style, and understated elegant look. It is a very relaxing environment. . . .Finding Your Colors II

Creating Color Schemes

I've mentioned before that one of the best ways to narrow down a selection for the perfect color scheme for your taste is to use one of your favourite accessories. It could be . . . Creating Color Schemes

Rules for Garden Tools

These are some of the tools you should definitely have in your garage or tool shed for gardening. They are essentials. But there are some tools . . .Rules for Garden Tools

Creating a Home Inventory

What's this? An inventory is a list or documentation of what you have in your home and its value. I hear you asking, . . . Creating a Home Inventory

Advice for Life

Know when it's more important to give in than to keep the fight going. Sometimes you'll win an argument; sometimes you'll lose one. But is it really all that important whether you win or lose? Are you keeping score? Relationships aren't competitions. Give in once in a while. It's good for the soul.

Learn to make decisions or someone else will make them for you. I'm a very strong decision maker; maybe even too strong, because I have too many people in my life who rely on me to make most decisions. That's not only tiring for me, but it's not healthy for them. So the next time you're tempted to ask someone else to tell you what to do or what to say, stop. Think it through. See if you can come to your own decision. If you want confirmation at first, tell the other party what decision you've made first. Then ask them for their assessment. If they agree, score one for you. If they disagree, ask them for their reasons, but retain your right to keep your original decision or to change it based on their input.

Pay it forward. When you do a good deed for someone, tell them not to pay you back later. Tell them to "pay it forward" by doing a good deed for someone else as soon as they have the chance. If everyone made a habit of "paying it forward", life would be so much happier for everyone.

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Barbara Jenningss is author of 10 decorating books: Decor Secrets Revealed, Rearrange It, Home Staging for Profit, Home Staging for Yourself, Arrange Your Stuff, Advanced Redesign, Pro Art Consulting, Wall Groupings: The Art of Arranging Art and Photos, The Art of Hanging Art, Great Parties! Great Homes!

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