When I was condo shopping in a close suburb of Boston, aside from a safe/highly walkable neighborhood and proximity to public transport to get downtown, as well as at least one private parking spot (only because that town doesn't allow on-street overnight parking, otherwise I would have been fine with on-street parking):
What's Your #1 Must Have Feature
|8/14/12 6:50 PM|
Excellent timing for me, too! When I saw this I already had about a dozen paint chip scattered across my kitchen floor - trying to figure out what will tie in well with the new tile.
4 Things To Consider When Picking A Wall Color
|7/5/12 12:57 PM|
I agree with what M'Elizabeth said about registering but only telling people where you're registered if asked. I'm always a little surprised when a couple's wedding web site or invitation includes their registry info. Convenient, yes, but it also kind of says "give us gifts!" Part of the reason I registered at places like Crate & Barrel and BB&B is that I figured it was someplace people were likely to check if they went looking for a registry for us (it helps that my last name is pretty rare, so they weren't going to have to wade through a ton of Jane Smiths to find me).
Wedding Wish List: What's Your Best Registry Advice?
|4/7/12 11:46 AM|