I've been waiting for November to end so that I could mark the end of Hurricane Season 2020. But we can't assume there won't be more storms!
Many of us take the time on a day like Thanksgiving to count our blessings and things we're thankful for. That should be true even in 2020.
This might be 2020's only Monday I'm looking forward to because it's my 51st birthday. I can stop worrying about the big 5-0 hanging over me.
Months ago, some of us faced a COVID-19 challenge: to work from home. Some eventually returned to the office. Now I'm staying home again!
No two sources necessarily agree on the first homebuying steps you should take. Here's what I did and why it may not work for you.
The Atlantic Hurricane Season officially ends on Nov. 30. But it's now slowing down: Subtropical Storm Theta formed Monday night.
I don't know about you, but I'm getting sick and tired of hearing people say, 'Be patient.' But maybe it's what we need to hear in 2020.
Are you're the hoarder type? If so and you're considering buying a home, I want to give you a little packing advice: Don't wait!
If you hoped against hope that we'd know the election winner in the presidential race by Wednesday morning, you're disappointed.
One good thing that happened for me in 2020 is that I completed the homebuying process. And I learned a lot that I didn't expect to learn.
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season is only the second in which we've had to use a Greek hurricane name. But what if one must be retired?
One thing I'll remember about 2020 is being 'officially' diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. It's one more reason I wish this year would go away.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested this week that a virtual Thanksgiving should replace large gatherings this year.
A huge home that recently went up for sale in Ohio features, of all things, a replica of the Oval Office as part of its floor plan!