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Why I Cut the Cable Cord

Some of you may have been thinking of ways to save money this summer, but have you considered cutting the cable cord?
One of the things I do from time to time is evaluate my spending and looking at things that are really irrelevant to my day to day life. 518 more words

Houston Realtor

Pulse of the City News Announces 2014 Star Award Winners

Pulse of the City News, in conjunction with The Stirling Center for Excellence, has published the 2014 Star Award Winners on its website — those “Stars” that have provided a high-quality customer experience. 229 more words

Sandcastle News

The Lone Star State

 We left the airport to the sound of the Dallas theme tune at full blast, courtesy of my not so funny husband, and joined the rest of the massive cars as they headed towards Fort Worth – our home for the next two days. 807 more words


Charcoal Phillip Jeffries Grasscloth in a Master Bedroom

These days, I am papering so many accent walls, it was a refreshing change this week to put paper on all four walls of a master bedroom in a newly remodeled 1913 cottage in the Houston Heights. 313 more words

$150 Heights Home Heartbreak...

June 13th has come and gone, and I didn’t receive a call saying I was the lucky recipient of the charming bungalow in the most delightful and nostalgic part of Houston.   349 more words

Sweet Lucy {Newborn}

Welcome to the world, sweet Lucy! She is such a doll and did wonderfully during our session. I can’t wait for tea parties and fun playdates with our crews of three. Congrats to this special family.

Ashley Newman Photography

Flooding in the Woodland Heights

We’re fortunate to be high up, away from the bayou, and on a pier and beam foundation, so while last night’s strobe lightning-fueled storm did keep us awake and on edge, we’re dry this morning. 338 more words