A new direction in East County Real Estate

If you're looking for a big improvement in how your home looks and feels, check out these Do it Yourself projects. Most all can be accomplished in a relatively short period of time, with minimal investment. I'll be posting a series of these, so stay tuned. All can be found at This Old House magazine.

This is a series of DIY projects. Please be sure to see previous Posts.

Would love to hear any ideas you may have for future posts, let me know!

 

Crown Your Cabinets

How to do it: Top stock kitchen cabinets with crown molding for the look of custom casework. 32 feet of crown to trim out the average kitchen.

Estimated cost: About $80; Lowe's

 

Use Bin Pulls as Sash Lifts

How to do it: Screw classic bin pulls onto

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I'll be posting a series of articles and data related to fraudulent scams, data mining, and threats that are taking over our daily lives. Technology is moving faster than ever in history, and we need to be prepared and knowledgeable in how to protect ourselves and loved ones. 

This series will touch on Scam Calls, Data Tracking, Financial Elder abuse, Identity theft and much more. Content posted here from a variety of sources, including AARP, Consumer Reports, The FBI and others. Knowing is Caring. We welcome all feedback.

Would love to hear any ideas you may have for future posts, let me know!

 The article below is from investopedia.com. This article provides a great list of scams to look out for and avoid.

 

Credit Scams To Watch Out For

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If you're looking for a big improvement in how your home looks and feels, check out these Do it Yourself projects. Most all can be accomplished in a relatively short period of time, with minimal investment. I'll be posting a series of these, so stay tuned. All can be found at This Old House magazine.

This is a series of DIY projects. Please be sure to see previous Posts.

Would love to hear any ideas you may have for future posts, let me know!

 

Fill the Paver Cracks

How to do it: Plant low-growing English thyme to prevent weeds from sprouting between pavers. Just sow seeds in early spring so that they'll sprout as the temperature rises.

Estimated cost: 400-seed packet, about $2; Diane's Flower Seeds

   

Brush On a

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I'll be posting a series of articles and data related to fraudulent scams, data mining, and threats that are taking over our daily lives. Technology is moving faster than ever in history, and we need to be prepared and knowledgeable in how to protect ourselves and loved ones. 

This series will touch on Scam Calls, Data Tracking, Financial Elder abuse, Identity theft and much more. Content posted here from a variety of sources, including AARP, Consumer Reports, The FBI and others. Knowing is Caring. We welcome all feedback.

Would love to hear any ideas you may have for future posts, let me know!

 The article below is from AARP.com, and provides great data, along with detailed steps, in setting up a password manager system.

Password Managers:

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If you're looking for a big improvement in how your home looks and feels, check out these Do it Yourself projects. Most all can be accomplished in a relatively short period of time, with minimal investment. I'll be posting a series of these, so stay tuned. All can be found at This Old House magazine.

This is a series of DIY projects. Please be sure to see previous Posts.

Would love to hear any ideas you may have for future posts, let me know!

 

Shine Some Light on Your Work

How to do it: Brighten countertops instantly with battery-powered LED undercabinet puck lighting.

Estimated cost: Four adhesive-backed Bell & Howell Mini Power Pods, about $20; The Survival Store

   

Make Candlesticks from Wood Spindles

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I'll be posting a series of articles and data related to fraudulent scams, data mining, and threats that are taking over our daily lives. Technology is moving faster than ever in history, and we need to be prepared and knowledgeable in how to protect ourselves and loved ones. 

This series will touch on Scam Calls, Data Tracking, Financial Elder abuse, Identity theft and much more. Content posted here from a variety of sources, including AARP, Consumer Reports, The FBI and others. Knowing is Caring. We welcome all feedback.

Would love to hear any ideas you may have for future posts, let me know!

 The article below is from AARP.com, good info related to online password practices, along with utilizing your credit report in monitoring questionable

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