This Single-Family in Charlton, MA recently sold for $290,000.
This is a Split Entry style home and features 5 total rooms, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, 1.39 acres, and was sold by
Richard Trifone – RE/MAX Vision
There is a saying that goes, “Being positive is a state of mind.” Although that may be true, many people have a hard time getting there and staying positive no matter what life may throw at them. Throughout the day, people experience different obstacles that can affect them for the rest of the day. Some experiences take place before even leaving the house. Here are some practical things that you can begin to do and make a habit of to brighten up your day.
Starting out with ‘thinking positively’ may sound easy enough; however, start by changing the negatives in your life into a positive. Instead of considering the worst of something, think about the best thing that could happen in that particular scenario. You will quickly see how your attitude changes as well as your perspective.
Now, this may be a hard request for some people because they immediately think that they will look silly to someone or even to themselves. Scientists have found that if someone smiles, it begins to change the mood. A smile is inviting and lets someone know that they are welcomed. So try it next time. When you are in a tense mindset, head to a mirror and smile.
Be one With Nature
There is something to be said about stepping outside into the fresh air. Letting the wind hit your skin and taking it all in. Taking walks outdoors can also be a stress reliever. It allows you to go through all of your thoughts and to think through everything.
Count Your Blessings
When something horrible happens, it is easy to look at that and think that everything around you is also falling apart. That there is no hope in sight. However, if you choose to look at the things that you do have or the things that are going well in your life, you will see life differently. Focus on the things that are going well. The things that you do have. Your mindset will begin to shift.
Write Out Your Thoughts
Sharing emotions with others can be intimidating and makes them vulnerable. Writing out your thoughts allows you to see what you are struggling with and perhaps maybe realize that the situation or problem as big as you thought. Freemake is a virtual diary that allows you to access a journal directly through your phone. After some time, you can also go back and look at your notes to see if your perspective on the matter has shifted. You will always surprise yourself.
Human beings are involved individuals that continuously go through a variety of emotions and face countless situations. By doing simple and practical things, we can shift our way of thinking and navigate through life in a healthier state.
Wonderful young colonial with open floor plan.Formal living room complete with fireplace, cathedral ceiling,chair-rail molding and hardwood floor. Large family room with sliding door out to private deck offering a birds eye view of the large open space back yard. Kitchen has maple cabinets and SS appliances and is open to dining room featuring hardwood floors. Second level consist of master bedroom with walk-in closet and master bath as well as two additional good size bedrooms. Lower level is finished and currently used as a home gym with a walk out sliding door to the back yard. Spacious two car garage. Close proximity to Hillcrest Country Club..Easy highway access.
This is a Colonial style home and features 7 total rooms, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, 3 bedrooms, 0.84 Acres, and is currently available for $318,000.
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While home ownership can be a very satisfying and rewarding experience, it does bring with it a new set of responsibilities and demands. Whether you’re buying a brand new home or a fixer-upper, several things will have a major impact on your lifestyle.
One of them is the need is to personally handle or manage your own repairs, decorating, and home improvements. In many cases, you can (and should) hire a professional to do the actual work, but there are a lot of projects you can do more cost-effectively on your own.
The first one that comes to mind is interior painting. If you want to keep your home looking fresh, well maintained, and visually appealing, repainting your walls and ceilings every few years is a necessity. How often you need to break out the paint brushes, rollers, and drop cloths depends on several factors. For example, some rooms are subjected to more wear and tear than others. Bedroom walls, hallways, and bathrooms often seem to need the most attention, but kitchens, family rooms, and other areas of the home are usually not far behind.
If you’ve been noticing that one or more of your rooms are starting to look scuffed, faded, or dull, then it may be time to roll up your sleeves and give those walls a fresh coat of paint! It always makes a dramatic difference in the look and feel of that room, and it typically can be completed in less than a day — especially if you team up with an energetic spouse, friend, or family member. If you’re focused and organized, a room-painting project can often be completed by lunchtime. (Depending on who’s providing the help, however, you might be expected to provide lunch!)
When procrastination is a problem, taking small steps will often help you gather momentum and keep moving forward on your painting project. An easy, but necessary first step is to pick out and bring home an assortment of color samples from your local hardware or paint store. Holding them up to your walls and seeing whether they complement existing furniture, flooring, and decorating schemes will help you choose a color you’ll be satisfied with.
If you’re not ready to tackle the project right away, you can still purchase the paint, rollers, and other supplies. Assuming you’re not going to postpone the project indefinitely, you’ll be a lot more likely to get started in the near future if the supplies are already in the house. You’ll be streamlining the process and nudging yourself to get the job done soon by purchasing the painting supplies and having them close at hand.
While motivating yourself to do projects around the house may sometimes seem to be the biggest hurdle to clear, starting small and gaining momentum as you go is often an effective way to keep your home looking its best at all times!