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The Down & Dirty Guide to Downtown McKinney Texas

what to do in mckinney

Historic, charming arts and crafts style homes. Quaint shops inviting you to come in and splurge. Plum Creek Primitives, Sharla’s . . oh my! Lines waiting outside of Spoons to sit down to a delicious homemade meal. Safari nights, festivals and markets, whats a Texan to do? If you’ve visited or live …

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The BEST Coffee Shops of Dallas (and Collin Co.) to Get Caffeinated!

george: coffee + provisions

Coffee is my partner in life. I mean, when I wake up in the morning, knowing I can have that cup of coffee gets me right out of bed. As a matter of fact, I turned the bar in our home into a coffee bar – although the hubby still keeps plenty …

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Back to School {Free Printable}

plano isd

It’s time for the kiddos to head back to school and for Moms and Dads all over North Texas to jump for joy wipe those tears away. As your little one (or high schooler) heads off to school, grab their First Day of School pics with these freebie printable. (if you …

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The Suburbanite’s Guide to Dallas Rail: DART Red Line

DART mockingbird station

  If you are looking to experience new adventures without straying too far from home just look to our own Dallas Rail System – DART and the TRE.  Yes, this same train that gets you to school or work can also take you from the ‘burbs into all sorts of …

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37 Most Instagrammable Places in Plano

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For those of us that are residents of Plano or live nearby, we all know there is a lot happening in the city right now. Lots of massive new companies are settling into town, transplants are on the hunt for homes and the City is transforming our town into a …

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Pick my Brain

marketing help plano

Instant Marketing Advice Do you need some marketing help RIGHT NOW?  Let’s get down to business! Most of the time, a business owner will have passion, drive, and an amazing product but they just need a nudge when it comes to sales and marketing, email marketing, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, websites or even networking …

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67 Cuban Cars that are Undeniably Breathtaking (from my recent trip to Havana)

antique cars in cuba

Thousands American cars from the 1940s and 1950s, are still flooding the streets of Cuba. Due to the U.S. embargo in 1962, American companies were no longer permitted to do any business in Cuba. Once the embargo was in  place, it was  impossible to get new American cars or even …

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