Florida rooms have a way of bringing the outdoors inside without the inconvenience of bugs, unpredictable weather and meager shelter. They are appropriately located next to the backyard, have great windows for natural lighting, and provide full access to great views of nature and the surroundings. However, don’t fall short in the way of decorating. Use the space to your advantage.Read More
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By Whitney Hicks
Following closely behind Los Angeles and San Diego is the third largest city in California, San Jose. San Jose holds the nation’s best public safety record for all metropolitan areas, making it not only a beautiful large city to live in, but a safe one, too. San Jose prides itself on its diversity, size, reputation, culture and weather. The climate in California speaks for itself. The temperature reaches a perfect 70 degrees in the summer and a cool 50 degrees in the winter. It is a great place to vacation and an even better place to reside. If you love to be outside year-round, San Jose is the place to be.Read More
By Whitney Hicks
Austin is not only the capitol of Texas, it is said to be the “Live Music Capitol of the World.” This title holds true today as Austin has more than 200 live music venues stretching across the city with more than 1,900 bands and artists living in the area. However, Austin is not only known for its taste in music, it is known as a city of creativity and uniqueness. Austin celebrates this creativity and prides itself on being a city populated by artists, musicians, entrepreneurs and intellectual thinkers.Read More
Montana is the fourth largest state in the United States. It’s so large in fact; it has two nicknames, “The Treasure State” and “Big Sky Country.” Interestingly enough, Montana’s population is quite the opposite of “Big.” Its population is scarce compared to the rest of the country. However, it holds a rich history and stunning natural beauty which has stood through the test of time. Montana is home to two major National Parks: Glacier and the famous, Yellowstone. Remember the famous Lewis and Clark explorers? Their expedition crossed Montana twice, in 1805 and then again in 1806.Read More