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Aging Gracefully at Home

While aging is inevitable, it doesn’t mean you can’t do so with grace and style. For many seniors hoping to look and feel their best, there are plenty of options, from the clothing they wear to products they use every…

5 Steps to Prep Your Yard for Spring

When spring arrives, days of enjoying your outdoor living space aren’t far away. Getting your yard ready for months of outdoor enjoyment will take a little work, but you’ll quickly see and appreciate the results. These five steps can have…

5 Budget-Friendly Travel Tips

For many people, traveling is about exploring new cultures, landscapes, cuisines, and ideas. However, the cost of the trip is still one of the most important considerations when booking a vacation. In fact, according to a survey conducted by Slickdeals,…

5 Healthy Habits for Your Home

If you’re like most Americans, health is an important aspect of your resolutions when each new year rolls around. While factors like diet and exercise are keys to healthy living, so are how you care for your home and belongings.…

Cook with Heart Health in Mind

Healthy eating doesn’t have to be difficult or require you to take your favorite meals off your family’s menu. In fact, making smart choices when cooking at home can give you more control over the types of tasty, heart-healthy dishes…

6 Ways to Build Lasting Healthy Habits

Starting on a path toward healthy habits is often easier than maintaining them long-term. This year, you can avoid a major pitfall of healthy resolutions and build healthy habits that stick by taking small, positive steps in your daily life.…

Master the Art of Italian Comfort Cuisine

Cool, crisp days call for comfort foods, like the classic flavors of traditional Italian cooking. Whether you’re Italian by heritage or simply by heart, learning the art of Italian cuisine may be easier than you think. Perfect your pasta game.…

From Clients to Lifelong Friends

After working for two decades in sales and marketing in the automotive industry, Nicole Lyon decided she was ready for a career change. “At the 20-year mark, I was burnt out,” says Lyon, who began working for F.C. Tucker Company…

Fulfilling the Dream of Lake Living

Rob Bussell, who has been in the real estate industry since 1985, loves all aspects of the business but has especially relished the land development side as it relates to water front living. Although he’s the Broker/Owner of The Bussell…

Jeff Franklin on HGTV's "Hunting Vintage"

Though Jeff Franklin is a third-generation real estate professional, he didn’t anticipate his career unfolding in the way that it has. Born and raised just outside of Bloomington, Ind., he grew up in a creative environment and was drawn to…

Lynn Wheeler: New BHHS Regional Senior VP

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Indiana Realty, one of Indiana’s largest, most productive and fastest growing real estate companies, announces Lynn Wheeler as Regional Senior VP of Indianapolis Metro-North Region. Wheeler will work alongside BHHS Indiana Realty owners Craig West and Andrew…

Dick Richwine: Faith and Family First

During the first ten years of his real estate career, Dick Richwine also had a second job working for the government as a mathematical statistician. Though he enjoyed both careers, holding down two jobs meant that he was putting in…

Leading Central Indiana Real Estate Groups Join Forces

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Indiana Realty, one of Indiana’s largest and most productive real estate brokerages, has announced the acquisition of ERA Real Estate Links and appointment of its President, Mike Deck, as Carmel Regional Vice President of the combined companies.…

Carmel Tattoo Ink

Michelle Yager-French and Adam French are the owners of Carmel Tattoo Ink, a tattoo shop located in Downtown Carmel. Open since 2010, they recently moved to a new location in the Arts & Design District. This new space has allowed…

Tim Clinch: Taking Time to Listen

Tim Clinch, real estate agent with F.C. Tucker Company, has had an ear for music ever since he was a little boy. He found that he not only loved to play—particularly the oboe, violin, and viola—but he also enjoyed teaching…

New Pete Dye Course at Chatham Hills

In 1962, a young Pete Dye completed his first course in Greenwood, Indiana. 54 years, 179 golf courses, and a PGA Lifetime Achievement Award later, Dye has designed his latest masterpiece just minutes away from Indianapolis in Westfield, Indiana. Using…