Last Minute Gift Ideas for the Person Who Has Everything

Amber Randhawa Uncategorized

Everyone has someone on their holiday shopping list who they would characterize as “terrible to shop for.” Whether it’s because they seem to already have everything, or perhaps because they never seem to get excited about anything, you more than likely have at least one friend or family member who you stress out about shopping for every year. We’re here …

Things to Consider When Selling Your Home During the Holidays

Amber Randhawa Home Staging, Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Many experts will have you believe that if you want to sell your home, you’d better list it in the spring to capitalize on the spring and summer home buying season. They aren’t wrong – April is the month of peak home prices, when you can expect to receive the highest price for your property when it hits the market. …

Where to get Your Thanksgiving Take Out Meals This Year

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Just like most everything else, Thanksgiving is going to look a bit different this year. Many of us who normally travel great distances to attend large family gatherings will be avoiding airports and crowds, and sticking close to home instead. Likewise, people who normally enjoy their Thanksgiving meal at a restaurant may be interested in changing those plans as well, …

Virtual Ghost Hunting at the Wren’s Nest

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Hosted by the Southeastern Institute of Paranormal Research, for six nights in September and October, paranormal investigators will lead ghost-hunting sessions at the Wren’s Nest, Georgia’s oldest house museum. Over 200 people visited the Wren’s Nest last year for paranormal investigations, and while there will be no in-person sessions this year, online sessions are still happening. Investigations will be streamed …

Celebrating the Fourth of July Safely

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Those of us who enjoy a bombastic display of fireworks on the Fourth of July often flock to the celebrations held around the metro area. But this year, most municipalities have canceled their displays in order to comply with social distancing measures. This means more and more people will be holding their own small backyard fireworks shows, and many of …

Greens, Beans and Piggie Things!

Amber Randhawa Uncategorized

Almost every country and culture across the globe has New Year’s traditions designed to bring about good luck and fortune in the coming year. Some of these traditions seem a bit odd – in Spain people wear red underwear and eat green grapes and in Denmark friends and family may toss dishes at your front door. In Scotland, bonfires and …

Christmas Tree Recycling Around Atlanta

Amber Randhawa Uncategorized

Wondering what to do with your Christmas tree after the holidays are over? Several locations around metro Atlanta offer Christmas tree recycling, and for some residents, your tree can even be picked up from your curb along with your trash pickup.  Recycled Christmas trees are turned into much that is used throughout your city and county in parks and public …

Atlanta Weekend Events – December 13th-15th

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

Christmas Canteen Gwinnett’s longest running theatrical tradition, this stunning musical revue returns for its 24th year with songs, comic sketches and Christmas magic! Christmas with Atlanta Master Chorale Celebrate Christmas with traditional carols and songs of the season at Emory University’s Emerson Concert Hall. Enchanted Woodland Wonders The Chattahoochee Nature Center hosts this unique event with live reindeer, crafts, games …