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March 2019

There are 3 blog entries for March 2019.

 There are five home-selling myths that you need to stop believing if you’re thinking of putting your home on the market soon.

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If you’re thinking of putting your home on the market, here are five home-selling misconceptions that you shouldn’t believe:

1. Selling your home on your own is easy. There’s more to selling your home than sticking a “For Sale” sign in your yard. Also, homeowners who try selling their own home tend to overprice it because they’re too emotionally attached to it.

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Ann Hettinger & Lahela Chandler Correa  
Our featured guests in this episode of the Team Lally Radio Show is Lahela Chandler Correa and Ann Hettinger of Aloha Movement Kauai.
Ann Hettinger has been a running coach for kids and adults, as well as a women's adventure guide over the past 20 years. Currently working on their fourth children's book, she works with her dear friend Lahela to share the message of Aloha with the world. The books of Aloha focus on lessons as Lahela was raised, and encompass 14 particular lessons from Aloha, such as Aloha is Respect, Aloha is Kindness Aloha is Pono etc. These lessons help strengthen and instill character building values and traits in our students, while embracing the Hawaiian culture.
Lahela Chandler Correa was born and raised on
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Radio-Show-Ad-030119-Theresa-Paulette.jpg   Our featured guest in this episode of Team Lally Radio Show is Theresa Paulette, currently the Victim Services Specialist for Mothers Against Drunk Driving. She talks about the dangers of drunk driving, to bring more awareness about the irresponsible and dangerous behavior of drinking and driving, as well as the cost paid by the victims and their families.   MADD is a national grass-roots organization that was started in 1980, by Candy Lightner, a mother in California, whose 13 year old twin daughter was killed by a drunk driver. She joined forces with Cyndi Lamb, whose 6 month old daughter became the youngest paraplegic after a drunk driving crash on the east coast and together they testified before Congress. This started the change in…
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