Get Yer Sh*t Together

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A really simple and effective way to get yourself on the path to smart decisions is to write things down. Maybe your therapist once told you to keep a journal, or your boss told you to make a to-do list so you don’t forget to schedule that super important meeting for her.


Or maybe, just maybe, you’re thinking of buying a house and are struggling with where to begin.

Get organized, friend!

Make a Word Doc, Excel spreadsheet, Google Doc or Google Sheet (a personal preference since it can be shared and edited in the same source.) If you’re a mood board person, well then go ahead and make a mood board!

Having your thoughts intentionally and physically outlined rather than in your brain cabinet becomes essential, and a valuable resource to reflect on throughout the home buying process. Have your necessities, thoughts, gripes and desires for your future residence visualized in front of you.

From there, you can branch out to the bigger stuff, like making a checklist of all the lenders, brokers, inspectors and all the other titles that end with “er” you need to correspond with (trust, there will be lots.)

Don’t agonize, organize! And other inspirational Pinterest quotes.

But seriously, don’t rip your hair out, it looks better on your head. You got this. Manifest your perfect pad.

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Lori Hardworth

Lori is a native New Yorker with a chip on her shoulder who found it as hard, as it was easy, to embrace the west coast culture and vibe. Three years and many trips to Whole Foods later, she is working in the film industry (Hollywood, babe!) and is happily in love with Eric and their new home. As an evolved punk/ska kid, Lori embraces a compassionate lifestyle complete with a thick Long Island accent. She enjoys cooking for others, eating snacks, being in nature and making South Park references wherever possible.

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