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    Friday, May 27, 2016   /   by GetWrittn Blog

    4 Great Road Trips from Raleigh

    Raleigh is located in a great part of the country where there are some fun road trips that you should be planning this summer!
    Summer is almost here and Raleigh is definitely the place to be during those steamy summer months. But, sometimes taking a road trip can be a fun and inexpensive thing to do and with the wealth of great attractions around the Raleigh area, the only difficult decision is picking where you want to go. Here are four great road trips a few hours from Raleigh!
    Richmond Virginia
    A 2.5 hour drive from Raleigh, Richmond, Virginia is a fun place to visit for a day trip. They’ve got amazing restaurants and quite a few craft breweries that are definitely worth visiting. Museums, gardens, cemeteries and other historic buildings make for some great walking tours. If shopping is your bag, they’ve got some really unique shops to visit and peruse. Among the best sites to visit:
    ·        Hollywood Cemetery
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    Friday, May 20, 2016   /   by GetWrittn Blog

    Planting Gardens to Wow Buyers

    Getting buyers in the door is a matter of how great your curb appeal is. You don’t want buyers driving past your home and continuing on down the road because the outside doesn’t catch their eye. Even if the home itself isn’t the nicest, you can wow buyers with some great landscaping. Get them into your home, where the real charm is, and you’ll have offers in no time!
    Well-thought-out design
    Don’t just plant flowers willy-nilly – you want a really well-thought-out design with interesting and cohesive plants – this means by height, width, color and type of plant. Check out Better Homes and Gardens’ Plan Finder for some ideas on how to plan your garden. You’ll need to know what grows well with what, what spreads and takes over and how tall certain plants will get. You don’t want a crowded garden, but you also don’t want one that is too sparse.
    Using pots
    If you are selling, you might not want to spend a bunch of mon ...

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