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Nashville Brunch Blog – Maggianos

NASHVILLE BRUNCH BLOG Why I LOVE living in Nashville, Tennessee! Each week I will feature a different Nashville Hot Spot that I personally visit. THE Nash-Vegas “Who’s-Who” for a Breakfast-Lunch Combo… The BEST meal ever created in my humble opinion: BRUNCH. This meal has become an event to look forward to […]

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Shop Local – A Peek at Boutiques, Vol. 1

  Don’t you love happy accidents? Like finding a twenty in the back pocket of jeans that you haven’t worn since last season. Makes me feel like I’ve won something every.single.time! One of those happy accidents occurred to me a few weeks ago when I was starving after showing homes […]

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Fall Horseback Riding in Tennessee

Nothing beats the fall foliage in Tennessee; bold reds, warm oranges, pale yellows and deep browns usher in the cooler temps and make everything feel cozy. What better way to enjoy the seasonal transition than on horseback? If you’re a horse lover, the question isn’t whether or not to ride […]

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Retaining Talent

Small and large businesses alike are feeling the strain of finding and retaining talent. The competition is fierce and with the unemployment rate at 3.1 % in Davidson County (https://www.tn.gov/workforce/news/52118), companies are having to do more. It doesn’t always come down to money, although no one would turn down a […]

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State of the Nashville Economic Market – September 2017

The Nashville Economic Market consists of a 10-county region including Cheatham, Dickson, Davidson, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson.  Nashville has been the recipient of numerous accolades over the last many years, and everyone concedes it is one of the hottest markets in the US.  We see strength […]

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6 Tips for Keeping Your Home Looking Great Through Winter

It’s no secret winter can leave you feeling dreary and cheerless, but keeping your home looking its very best should help keep those feelings at bay and minimize the work you must do in early Spring. With just a few easy steps, you can continue to enjoy the look of […]

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