Labor Day – A little history on why you get the day off

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By: Sonya Enright | August 29, 2019

Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers.

Making the shift to car-light/car-free living with CarShare Vermont

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By: Sonya Enright | August 16, 2019

Cars are super convenient. They get us where we need to go quickly and efficiently, and in a place like Vermont, we all need access to a car sometimes. But what if having access to a car didn’t mean having to take on the financial expense and...

The Complete Guide to Cambrian Rise FAQs

How to Plan for Your Pet's Safety at Home

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By: Whitney Olado | August 6, 2019

Emergencies are scary enough on their own, before adding the unpredictability of animals to the mix. But planning for an emergency doesn’t have to be scary and a small amount of time preparing for emergencies or avoiding them in the first place...

Everything Busy Parents Need to Stage Their Home and Save Money Doing It

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By: Kris Louis | June 26, 2019

Staging your condo or townhome for sale helps set your unit apart from the competition and allows you to possibly close a sale faster. But when you’re a busy parent, the prospect of keeping your home show-ready for weeks is a daunting one. How...

Building Community: Third Places

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By: Owiso Makuku | April 2, 2019

For those unfamiliar with the term, the “third place” – as opposed to the “first place” (home) or the “second place” (work) -- was coined by sociologist Ray Oldenburg in the late 1980s, in his book The Great Good Place.