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21 SACRAMENTO AREA SHOPS PARTICIPATING IN SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY | INTERACTIVE MAP NOV 2016Since it began in 2010, we’ve looked forward to celebrating Small Business Saturday every year. There tends to be a nationwide focus on large chain stores as we gear up for the holidays, and we appreciate there’s now a day dedicated to promoting and highlighting the small business community. And we have plenty to celebrate in Sacramento! To make your holiday shopping easier, we made a list of our favorite local shops, boutiques and services in the area that will be offering specials this year. Use our interactive map to plan your route before you leave the house! So whether you head out early in the morning for Black Friday shopping or you choose to #OptOutside, make sure you save some energy for the following day. On our list, you’ll find clothing, furniture, tea, and even donuts. Get ready to treat yourself and fill the stockings of your loved ones. Now’s the time to join the movement and supp…
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WHAT $1 MILLION BUYS IN THE GREATER SACRAMENTO AREA HOUSING MARKET NOV 2016Ever wonder what type of home you can expect to find if you have $1 million to spare? We did some searching, and you can expect to find luxurious details, well-maintained yards, spacious floor plans, and grandiose amenities in homes with price tags ranging from $900,000 to $1,100,000. Whether you’re in the market for a new home, are simply window shopping, or you just won the lottery, take a look at the homes in and around Sacramento in this price range that await you!
SACRAMENTOColonial Home With Charming Curb Appeal | $1,100,000 While we adore the cheerful interior of this Colonial home, we are particularly blown away by the picturesque view from the curb. With a well-manicured yard, charming shutters, and a bright red door, this All-American look couldn’t be any more lovely. The outdoor space gets even better when you travel to the backyard, where you’ll find a luxurious covered veranda and outdoor kitchen fo…
Thanksgiving Entertaining: Keep it Simple Thanksgiving is all about focusing on what really matters: family, friends and comfort food. Whether you plan on hosting a large family gathering or opening your home to friends, the prepping, cooking, and socializing can be overwhelming. Experts agree on three things – plan, keep it simple, and let go of perfection. Planning is key. Create lists weeks ahead of time – the menu, shopping lists, table centerpieces, and even the music. Buy non-consumables and pantry staples as soon as possible. Some dishes can be made days in advance. Set the table and prep centerpieces the day before. Focus on creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Decorate your home with the season's natural elements—from the farm stand, the grocery store, or your own garden. Give the house a thorough cleaning the week prior, so a day or two before, all you need to do is a light cleaning. Keep it simple. This isn't the time to introduce complicated recipes. Never unde…