Posted by Dawn Walton on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 3:57 PMBy Dawn Walton / March 5, 2019Comment
ENTER TO WIN - TICKET TUESDAY
March 10th is the Canucks Alumni vs. Loaves & Fishes Food Bank in the 2nd Annual Hockey4Food game. Both Dawn and Casey will be playing for this great cause and we would like for you to join in the fun. This week we are giving away 4 TICKETS!!
Here's how to be entered: • Like our Dawn Walton & Associates Facebook Page • Comment below tagging who you would like to go with • For a second entry, go over to Instagram, like our dawnwalton_nanaimorealestate page, like the post, and comment who you would like to...
Posted by Dawn Walton on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at 3:34 PMBy Dawn Walton / March 5, 2019Comment
Spring is the perfect time to clean house — both literally and figuratively. As you emerge from winter hibernation, here are some tactics to help both your health and your home get ready for the new season.
DO SOME DECLUTTERING
Clutter in the home has been linked to increased levels of anxiety. No, you don’t have to go full Marie Kondo. But why not get rid of clothes you haven’t worn in years, or donate the miscellaneous...
Posted by Dawn Walton on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 6:34 AMBy Dawn Walton / February 19, 2019Comment
ENTER TO WIN TICKET TUESDAY
March 10th is the Canucks Alumni vs. Loaves & Fishes Food Bank in the 2nd Annual Hockey4Food game. Both Dawn and Casey will be playing for this great cause and we would like for you to join in the fun. We are giving away 2 tickets every TUESDAY until the game!
Here's how to be entered:
Follow our Instagram Page
Like this Ticket Tuesday post.
For a second entry, go over and like our Dawn Walton & Associates Facebook page, like the Ticket Tuesday post, and share the post!
Tickets can also be purchased at www.nanaimoloavesandfishes.org
Posted by Dawn Walton on Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 3:43 PMBy Dawn Walton / January 20, 2019Comment
Writing your goals down is the first step in achieving goals. Consider the difference grocery shopping with or without a list makes. Shopping with a list can allow you to plan and prepare, such as searching circulars for in-store deals, clipping coupons, and meal planning without having to run to the store again. Shopping without a list means relying on your memory – both what you want to get and what you already have. The list simplifies things and allows your mind to not be overwhelmed. Writing your goals does the same.