OPEN HOUSE | White Oaks

Visit White Oaks this Sunday, May 6 from 2 – 4 PM.

363 Bentley Court.

This amazing 4,177 square foot home boasts a well manicured property with stunning landscaping, high end finishes, vaulted ceilings, 2 car garage, and an amazing glassed in patio with heat and air control! Custom built by Michael Allen.

For more information contact Anna O’Reilly at 334-275-0760 text/call.

Directions from Sam’s Club:
Turn left onto Bent Creek Road
Turn right onto Nottingham Drive
Turn left onto Danbury Drive
Turn right onto Bentley Court


OPEN HOUSE | Opelika

This spacious 2-story home in Opelika is only 2 minutes from Tiger Town and exit 58 to I-85.

Open House | Sunday April 29 | 2 – 4 PM | 3308 Stonybrook Lane | Opelika

Centrally located between Montgomery, Columbus, and Alexander City. Close to both Highway 280 and Interstate 85.

*3,981 SF
*4 Bed
*4 Bath
*Bonus Room
*Breakfast room & Dining room
*2 Car Garage
*Garden Jetted Tub
*Master Suite on 1st floor
*Double Oven
*Gas Stove
*Hardwood Flooring
*High end finishes

From Tiger Town:
Drive on Hamilton Road towards Moores Mill Road
Turn right onto Stonybrook Road
Turn left onto Stonybrook Lane
Home is the first driveway on left

For more information, call/text Anna at 334-275-0760 or email

KonMari Method

The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo has transformed my relationship with possessions and clutter. I devoured this book in only one week and it has left a significant mark on my life.

I had a lot of stuff that I wanted to sift through and get rid of, but was held prisoner because I didn’t know HOW. This book helped me to figure out the HOW.

I have sold countless possessions this week, donated truckloads to the thrift store, and am so happy!

The theme of the book is, “keep and use what sparks joy, let go of what does not”. This makes sense to my brain and I have fully embraced it.

I was able to get rid of cooking gadgets that I hated, but was “supposed” to have. I donated my off-brand Tupperware because I hated it. I went through my childhood photo albums and kept only those photos that I loved and let go of the rest. I sold and donated books that I loved reading, but knew I would never pick up again (I sure don’t want them taking up what little precious space I have on my little bookshelves). I sold furniture that I once loved, but no longer use it, need it, or want it. I sold photo frames because frames around my home make me feel anxious (I have photo albums and that’s enough for me). I sold lamps that I love, but no longer have a place to use them.

I feel liberated. I feel happy. I feel lighter. My home is starting to look the way I want it to. My home is turning into a retreat. My home is becoming my sanctuary.