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Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

Buying your first home? Here are some tips you should consider. You’ve finally made up your mind about buying a house, and it feels exciting, yet you don’t know where to begin. With so many options available and decisions to take, it can feel overwhelming – How much of a budget should I have? What about down payment? Should I consult a real agent? Worry not, we’re here to make this easier for you. Get…

Out With The Old, In With The New

Say Goodbye To 2018 Interior Designs New Year celebrations and resolutions have finally come to an end and with it; last year’s interior trends are going out. To the proud homeowners in the Golden State, today we bring you emerging home design trends of 2019. Warm tones and cozy ambiance Last year witnessed a sharp rise in cold hues, with designs that emit an ultra-modern, yet impractical look. With the world around us increasingly becoming…

WEEK 5 – An Unexpected Return…

As some of you may know, Randy’s foot was actually injured and in need of surgery. He has been back in the states now for roughly a month; we are hoping for a quick recovery post surgery and have him continue his journey! After my visit to the first Orphanage was complete, I headed to a beautiful little beach town near Acapulco. As I was settling into this fantastic little boutique hotel, I noticed that…

Week 4 – About 2800 Miles Traveled: First Orphanage Stop

My first stop at an Orphanage was in Miacatlan for a 3-day visit with over 450 children. Although I never really knew what to expect, to be honest from the time I moment I arrived I was a little stunned. Let me hold that thought for a moment. First of all, the orphanage (or more accurately known as the Home) is incredibly large. I arrived and saw a huge wall that literally covers an entire…

WEEK 3 – MAZATLAN TO MEXICO CITY (TOLUCA) About 2,500 Miles Traveled

Another amazing week traveling through Mexico, despite a recent incident in which landed me here at the lovely Crowne Plaza (although I won’t get ahead of myself just yet). Let me pick up where I left off- from the Ferry boat on my way to Mazatlan. Luckily, I had met a group of bicyclists who were on their way to Brazil to following their instructor to study Brazilian martial arts- that combines dance and martial…