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    What We’re Building: Jen’s Week In Review

    What We're Building: Jen's Week In Review

    Happy Friday! I hope you’ve had a productive week. We are busy busy over here!

    Next Webinar Scheduled!

    We look forward to our next webinar on Wednesday, March 24 at 12 PM. Pack your lunch, and join us as we explore the process of building a custom home!

    This next webinar will be part 1 of 2 sessions focusing on Site Development. Renee and I will talk to Amy Krug, NDI’s Site Development Project Manager, about the site development activities that occur prior to the start of construction. We will cover lot specific considerations, site planning, and permit approvals. This will be a good one!

    Webinar 3:  Site Development Part 1
    Wednesday, March 24, 2021
    12 PM
    Hosts: Renee & Jen with special guest, Amy Krug.

    Register for our next webinar by clicking here!

    Open House This Weekend!

    Our Clarendon Model is open this Saturday & Sunday from 12 PM – 4 PM. Have you seen this gorgeous home?

    Stop by, take a tour, and we’ll be there to answer any questions you may have about building your own custom home!

    Click HERE for Open House information

    This Week On The Blog

    Check out the latest Home Building FAQ, where I answer the top 3 frequently asked questions!

    My Cookbook Addiction

    If you’ve been following this blog, you probably know I love to cook and entertain. And one of the ways I feed my hobby is collecting fabulous cookbooks. I love to peruse them (I will literally read them cover to cover) for new and fun recipe ideas. I recently picked up Beautiful Boards: 50 Amazing Snack Boards.

    Have you seen this trend of creating boards of food? It is really fun, and can be so easy! I recently put together this salad board together when I hosted two girlfriends for dinner.

    It allowed everyone to choose exactly what they wanted on the salad (and their choice of dressing). I also provided some protein to put on the salads. Since this was a steak salad board, I prepared my favorite cut of beef, beef tenderloin (this is the most delicious and foolproof way to make them!), and served it sliced on the side.

    You can use any large platter or even an actual wooden board.

    I picked up this unique wooden board in Ireland 10 years ago.

    I love picking up souvenirs like this when we travel, because I actually use them. And when I do pull it out, I always reminisce about the trip. This trip to Ireland was particularly special because it was Nate’s first trip overseas. Look at this kid…

    He may be 10 years older but he’s still my silly monkey!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Wishing you a wonderfully restful weekend!

    Dream. Build. Live.

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