By Darin Windham, RealtorKey Finders Group RE/Max Alliance The busiest four months (May, June, July, and August) make up 40% of annual home sales volume, according to data from the National Association of Realtors. But we are currently in a Seller’s Market in our area. The volume of homes for sale is down, and the … Continue reading When Is The Best Time To Put Your Home On The Market?
By Jonathan and Britta Cantrell Being life-long animal lovers, Jonathan and Britta Cantrell have one common goal…to keep pets safe at home. As owner-operators of DogWatch of North Alabama, they take great pride in offering the best in customer service as well as the best in pet containment and training products on the market. The DogWatch … Continue reading Secure Your Pet With Dog Watch
By Selina JohnsonHappi HealthFebruary was American Heart Month and our office thought it would be great to go more in depth about why cardiovascular health is so important. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “About 659,000 people die every 36 seconds in the United States from cardiovascular disease. That’s 1 in every … Continue reading What’s On Your Heart? Let’s Talk About Cardiovascular Health
By Todd LongHuntsville Utilities There are two times of year when your utility bill will be higher than usual: January/February and July/August—the coldest and hottest times of the year. Heating and cooling your home accounts for approximately half of your home’s energy usage, and nothing impacts that usage like the outside air temperature. Simply put, … Continue reading Track Your Electricity Consumption, Free and Easy!
By Anita Giles, MS, CCC-A AudiologistPhysicians Hearing Center Life is enriched by interaction with and reaction to many sounds, sights, tastes, smells, and touch. Of these inputs, hearing impacts our relationships and interactions more than any other. Helen Keller stated, “Hearing is the soul of knowledge and information of a high order. To be cut … Continue reading Hearing Health
By Brandi LumleyPrincipal In the southwest corner of Decatur on Spring Ave stands a school full of tradition, respect, and love for educating our youth in a God-centered environment. Saint Ann School has been a member of Decatur City for over 60 years. Although the original building is no longer being used, the beliefs that … Continue reading We Are Saint Ann School
By Elisa FerrellBoard RepresentativeDistrict 3 Huntsville City Schools I celebrate a birthday this month. When I reflect back, I truly cannot believe time has passed so quickly. When I was a child, it felt like time moved like molasses. It felt like I was going to be at the kids table at Thanksgiving forever! Now … Continue reading Preparing for the Future
By Cara Merino OwnerRecreation Program DirectorMerino Trampoline Gymnastics Academy Merino Trampoline Gymnastics Academy is a family-owned business dedicated to the physical education of children utilizing the fun environment of Gymnastics. Our academy offers both recreational and competitive classes for all ages! We opened Merino Trampoline Gymnastics Academy (MTGA), in January of 2017. Our primary mission … Continue reading Merino Trampoline Gymnastics- Positive Coaching!
By Annie OgleLymphatic Specialists of North AlabamaLMT #2218 Fertility Massage is an all-natural technique designed to improve fertility and health of the reproductive organs. A Combination of Lymphatic massage, along with Myofascial Release, Chi Nei Tsang, Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage are used when performing fertility massage. Warm castor oil packs are used as needed. … Continue reading Fertility Massage
Tell Us About Your BackgroundOriginally I am from Green Bay Wisconsin and moved to Florida (Bradenton/Sarasota) as a pre-teen. I have been in Huntsville for 16 years and absolutely love it. Our route to Huntsville was a little long and winding, but we feel so strong about living in Huntsville that our entire immediate family … Continue reading Mercedes-Benz of Huntsville: Meet Andrew Clark, Sales Consultant