Living With Less, Thankful For More

We have so much to be thankful for. Sometimes we get lost in a sea of things and forget how much we really have and what is truly important in our lives. This Thanksgiving, consider embracing the concept “Less is More”. Imagine you and your family acquiring and retaining only what you use regularly, as [...]

Fall Canning & Preserving

One of my favourite things about fall is the ability to preserve our harvest by canning. I know…canning sounds old fashioned, doesn’t it? I can’t help myself…there is something so satisfying about eating freshly preserved items made with your own hands. Yum! I feel like a squirrel hiding her nuts for later when things are [...]

Tips On Working From Home

With the global spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, all Canadians and the world at large are being urged to stay at home. Even major conferences and events such as the Summer Olympics have been cancelled to decrease the risk of infection. Many employers are encouraging or requiring their staff to work from home until [...]

Home Front Update

We at RE/MAX in Summerland, Penticton & Osoyoos hope that you are healthy, safe and comfortable in your home. Home has always had a special meaning to all of us. In light of COVID-19, the importance of shelter (having a home) has been incredibly underscored and at the same time assumed. That is because we [...]

Federal Election 2019

October 21, 2019 Are you trying to decide who to vote for this Federal Election? You most likely have issues near and dear to you. Consider researching each parties position on issues that are important to you and yours. My issue….housing affordability. Call me simple…but I am just going to throw this out there to [...]

Xeriscaping

If you are looking to do some landscaping this Spring consider Xeriscape. Xeriscape landscaping, simply, is landscaping designed specifically for areas that are susceptible to drought, or for properties where water conservation is practiced. Xeriscaping considers not only the plant selected but also other techniques and practices such as grouping similar plants together who have [...]