Party it up (with the entire family) for St. Patrick’s Day!
05 Mar 2018

Party it up (with the entire family) for St. Patrick’s Day!

March 17 is coming up, and maybe this year you don’t feel like dealing with the traffic for the downtown Denver festivities or your neighbor’s party isn’t going to be kid-friendly. So why not stay at home and host your own family St. Paddy’s Day celebration? With a little green, a little creativity, and a nod to the leprechauns, you can put together your own...

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Beware the Myths of March
26 Feb 2018

Beware the Myths of March

March is a festive month, with. St. Patrick’s Day, March Madness, Pi Day, etc., but there are several things it is NOT. For instance, it originally was NOT the third month of the year,  but the first. That’s right. Before 150 B.C., one year was 10 months long and it all started on March 1. Apparently, January and February were just called “winter” and shunned....

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Feel Right at Home with Shea SPACES Plan 3554
19 Feb 2018

Feel Right at Home with Shea SPACES Plan 3554

If you’re new to Colorado and the Reunion community, prepare to be wowed by the new homes by Shea SPACES. From fresh exterior elevations to clean lines and luxurious interior finishes, these designs are changing how homebuyers are looking at new homes. You’re no longer locked into a cookie-cutter floorplan – a SPACES home grants you the freedom to create the areas you desire most...

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Bring the Outdoors In For a Change
12 Feb 2018

Bring the Outdoors In For a Change

For people who love to garden, winter can be such a tedious time of year, due to the shorter days and the lack of color and variety in plant life outdoors. But if you have a little space in your home, you can always bring the outdoors inside and have a little garden that grows all year long. Since it’s too early for spring cleaning...

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DIY Days
05 Feb 2018

DIY Days

Are you a DIY kind of person? Do you love building things with your hands? Do you relish challenging your imagination? Well, read on. February is such a perfect DIY month because there usually isn’t too much going on and the cold weather may keep you indoors on the weekends. It’s too early in the season to start your spring cleaning and there are just...

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3D illustration of project or business agenda with a thumb tack pointing on february. Yearly planning.
02 Feb 2018

Put A Little Spark In Your February

Everyone knows that February is the month of love. In addition to the official holiday of romance on the 14th, it’s also a month of chilly weather that sends couples and families inside for quality snuggle/cuddle time. And we’re also including you single folks, staying in and cuddling with your beloved pets. Or favorite bottle of red. But don’t let the shivery, cloudy outdoors keep...

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Richmond American – Make Your Dream Home Your Own
22 Jan 2018

Richmond American – Make Your Dream Home Your Own

Our philosophy is, if a picture is worth a thousand words, then a walk-through is probably worth ten thousand. At the least, it will give you a sense of what life is like in a Richmond American home. If Richmond American is a new name to you, then we’ll fill you in. They’re a Colorado builder that began with one home in Denver before growing...

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Stay Organized, Stay Sane
21 Jan 2018

Stay Organized, Stay Sane

Now that the holiday season is over, it’s time to get the kiddos back into the routine of school schedules and homework habits. Getting them back in the swing of things is a bit easier over the mid-year break, as opposed to the end of summer break, but a lot of the same principles still apply. By staying on top of the giant hairball of...

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Have Fun This Winter Without Skis or Snowboards
05 Jan 2018

Have Fun This Winter Without Skis or Snowboards

January is the official first month of winter in Colorado, and most Coloradans are starting to strap skis and boards to the tops of their Subarus and head towards the resorts every weekend. However, there may or may not be a lot of snow up on the slopes and it’s always good to have a plan B on the weekends in case the powder is...

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Kick Off 2018 in (or out of) Snow Boots
26 Dec 2017

Kick Off 2018 in (or out of) Snow Boots

It’s January – the perfect time of year to hit the slopes. Yes, we are aware that the biggest snows usually come in March and April, but so do the biggest crowds. Head up now before the vacationers and spring breakers take over!  If skiing/boarding isn’t your thing, you have plenty other snowy adventures to take on around our marvelous state. And if you’re not...

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