Adding Value to Your Home

It’s easy to get caught up in wanting to organize your home without really doing it right. Getting the do-it-yourself kits and being a few inches off here and a foot off there not only looks bad, more unused space

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The Nelsons: Making Time for What’s Important

by Steve Gamel Brett and Karma Nelson are as busy as they’ve ever been in their professional lives. Brett is the owner of a growing family law office in Flower Mound and Karma is a successful health and fitness coach.

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Leveraging Your Child’s Strengths for the Future

by Susan Neuhalfen With the continually rising cost of college, parents have to be weary of the impending investment. Is my child going to the right type of school? Is her major right for her? Will his current study habits

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No ‘Mo Romo, & That’s a Shame

by Steve Gamel Nothing is certain but death, taxes – and Tony Romo injuries. I hate to say it so bluntly, folks, but isn’t that what it feels like right about now for our favorite – and to be perfectly

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Assets in Divorce: Protect What’s Yours

by Charla Bradshaw, KoonsFuller Family Law Divorcing spouses or those contemplating divorce often have concerns about how to protect their assets. “What will happen to my house? What about my business? My investments? My retirement? Benefits?” All are extremely valid

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Cornucopia of Fall Flavors at The Table

With autumn just around the corner, you can expect some incredible seasonal dishes coming to The Table. We specialize in finding the best in current and local produce, and then tailoring a menu to delight your tastebuds. With ever-changing dishes

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Dear Annette

by Annette Doody, Savory Bistro Owner & Wellness Coach Dear Annette, I keep seeing “EAT CLEAN” in magazines. What does that really mean? Dear Reader: Eating clean is becoming a buzz phrase. Eating clean means eating as close to nature

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A Word of Caution

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions completesolutionsdfw.com This is a great time to get the ball rolling on that outdoor space or landscaping project. There is a difference in having someone that’s studied design and space management with years of

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The Personal Touch(es)

by Art Locke, Focal Point Coaching www.ArtLockeCoaching.com These head-scratching scenarios happen all too often in businesses both large and small. Obvious opportunities to sell, provide service or nurture a relationship go unexploited. Hours of time and thousands of dollars spent

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Helmet Recall You Need to Know About

by Steve Gamel With the football season officially in full swing, the threat of concussions is an ever-present issue. While there is currently no full-proof way to entirely prevent head injuries in football, one major equipment manufacturer is staying on

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