January Newsletter
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Do you sometimes feel the amount of trash you put out on a weekly basis is excessive? As we begin a new year and think about our new year's resolutions, maybe this is the perfect time to start incorporating some eco-friendly products into our daily lives. Eco-friendly products are products that do not harm the environment whether in their production, use or disposal. They are also known as environmentally friendly or green products. Below there are some great ideas to help you have less waste and also save you money in the process.

Hope you have a wonderful and prosperous 2022.
Happy New Year!


Susie and Nichola
"Thanks so much in handling the sale of my house. You were great at handling all the details and keeping me calm in the process. Your professionalism and knowledge was appreciated."

~Nancy Webb
This Month's Featured Listing
33 Resplandor Way
3 bed / 2 bath
1690 square feet
Built in 2006
Wonderful East end neighborhood home is just minutes from five golf courses, Lake Balboa marina, Balboa beach, walking trails and restaurants. Walk in and your are greeted with a vaulted living/dining space with a wall of widows bringing in the natural beauty of the Village. Divided bedrooms with a vaulted ceiling in primary bedroom with a large walk in closet. Covered deck from dining and primary bedroom allow you to sit out and enjoy the outdoors. Storage area under home. 

Reusable And Eco-friendly Items That Can Also Save You Money

Some people think it takes a lot of money, time and effort to make a home eco-friendly. The truth is there are a lot of eco-products that you can easily start using right now which can help you to reduce excess waste and even save you money in the long run.

1.) Ditch paper napkins - The money spent buying paper napkins can build up over time. Cloth napkins may be a little higher initially, but they'll quickly pay for themselves. Plus, they look and feel more luxurious.

2.) Use your own shopping bags - Not only are you saving the environment by not using single-use plastic bags, but some stores will even offer a discount on your grocery bill if you bring your own re-usable bags. Walmart will also take your past plastic bags back and recycle them.

3.) Say no to plastic water bottles - These are expensive and harmful to the environment. You might want to consider investing in a reusable water bottle that is made of glass, stainless steel or aluminum. Find one that is chemical-free, which is cheaper AND healthier.

4.) Invest in a reusable or permanent coffee filter - If you love coffee, you can go through a ton of filters and/or pods. If your coffee pot can handle a reusable filter, it's time to make the switch. There are now coffee makers that use permanent filters and can even make you anything from one cup of coffee to a full carafe without using a pod.

5.) Rechargable Batteries - Batteries are complicated to recycle and contain a a significant number of dangerous metals, such as lead. Rechargable batteries cost a bit more when you get them, but you will be protecting the environment while saving some cash in the long run.

6.) Biodegradable Pots - These square containers are great for small fruit, bareroot roses, perennials, field-drug plants and broadleaf evergreens. Containers are fiber molded, meaning they are made of recycled material, biodegradable and usually decompose in about a year.


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Oven Brisket


2 Tbsp. chili powder
2 Tbsp. salt
1 Tbsp. garlic powder
1 Tbsp. onion powder
1 Tbsp. ground black pepper
1 Tbsp. sugar
2 tsp. dry mustard
1 Bay leaf, crushed
4 lb. Beef brisket, trimmed
1 1/2 cup beef stock

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Make rub and season both sides.
  3. Place in roasting pan and roast uncovered for 1 hour.
  4. Add beef stock and water to yield about 1/2 inch of liquid in pan.
  5. Lower to 300 degrees, cover tightly and continue cooking for 3 hours, or until fork tender.
  6. Slice thinly against the grain and top with juice from pan.
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