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Creative Ways To Increase Storage Space In Your Omaha, NE Home

by Nancy Heim-berg

Create More Storage Space OmahaHave you ever found yourself searching high and low around your home for that free corner of your closet or spare kitchen drawer for extra storage space? If so, today’s blog is for you! We understand the struggle that insufficient storage space can bring, but with a little creativity and planning you will be amazed at how much extra space you can create!  

-One way to create more storage space in your home is to get furniture that multitasks. Pieces such as ottomans, freestanding cabinets, small trunks and chests are great ways to add to the aesthetic of your home, while also creating storage space for your items that need a home.

-Bulletin boards are a creative way to not only free up space on your nightstands, but also a great way to keep necklaces and bracelets untangled – we all know what a hassle that can be!

-If you are looking for more storage in your bedroom, you may want to look at a platform bed or a bedframe with storage built in. With a platform bed, you are able to store many items underneath and can hide them with a long bed skirt.

-For front yard/backyard items, investing in a garden bench with hidden storage is the perfect way to add a little charm to your outdoor space while also hiding all your gardening essentials. 

-A coat rack is the perfect entryway accessory to store coats, long scarves and purses, and can free up much needed space in your closets. Win-win!

-If you have young children, you may find yourself constantly staring into an endless mess of toys, stuffed animals, games and puzzles. There are so many adorable toy chests on the market that can add a fun look to the room while also being a central place for all your kids’ toys and entertainment. 

-Lastly, floating wall shelves are a great place to store books, pictures, toys, décor, etc. They are perfect for filling empty wall space and serve as extra storage for items that don’t take up a lot of room. 

 

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Can’t-Miss Events Happening Around Omaha, NE This Weekend

by Nancy Heim-berg

Holiday events OmahaIf you don’t have a calendar filled with activities this weekend, then you are in the right place! There are so many fun events and adventures happening in and around our beautiful city of Omaha, NE this weekend and we have listed a few of them below for you to check out. You will find everything from holiday festivities and first Friday events, to a walking food tour, dinosaur exhibits, backstage access at the Zoo and so much more! 

What: ‘Christmas Vacation’ Movie Party
When: December 6th 
Where: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema – Midtown Crossing | 3201 Farnam St. #6111 Omaha, NE

What: Holiday Cultural Festival
When: December 6th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Benson First Friday
When: December 6th
Where: Military Ave. & 60th Street Omaha, NE

What: A Christmas Carol
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: Omaha Community Playhouse | 6915 Cass Street Omaha, NE

What: Christmas at Union Station
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Milk and Cookies with Santa
When: December 6th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Winter Wonderland with Santa
When: December 6th
Where: Fontenelle Forest/Neale Woods | 1111 N Bellevue Blvd. 

What: Blackstone Walking Food Tour
When: December 6th
Where: 3804 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: Diggin’ Dinos
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Elf The Musical 
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: The Rose Theater | 2001 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: Comedy in Omaha
When: December 6th & 7th
Where: The Backline Comedy Theatre | 1618 Harney Street Omaha, NE

What: First Friday Old Market
When: December 6th
Where: Old Market | Harney to Jackson Streets and 10th to 13th Streets Omaha, NE

What: Frida Kahlo’s Garden Exhibit
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: El Museo Latino | 4701 S 25th Street Omaha, NE

What: Holiday Lights Festival: The Capitol District Ice Rink
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: 10th & Capitol Ave. Omaha, NE

What: Holiday Lights Festival: Holidays in the Old Market
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: Old Market | Harney to Jackson Streets & 10th to 13th Streets Omaha, NE

What: Holiday at Hogwarts Dinner Performance
When: December 6th & 7th
Where: Apollon | 1801 Vinton Street Omaha, NE

What: Holiday Under Glass
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Lights of Aksarben: Art Activity
When: December 6th
Where: Aksarben Village | 67th and Center Streets Omaha, NE

What: Karaoke Friday Nights
When: December 6th
Where: 510 N 33rd Street Omaha, NE

What: Omaha Lancers vs. Sioux Falls Stampede USHL Hockey Game
When: December 6th 
Where: Omaha Lancers | 7300 Q Street Ralston, NE

What: Winter Wonderland at Sycamore Farms
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: 1150 River Road Drive Omaha, NE

What: Yesterday and Today: The Interactive Beatles Experience
When: December 6th – 8th
Where: Omaha Community Playhouse | 6915 Cass Street Omaha, NE

What: Santa goes to Space
When: December 7th
Where: Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum | 28210 West Park Highway Ashland, NE

What: Behind the Scenes: Aquarium Backstage Pass
When: December 7th
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquairum | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

 

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Ways To Keep Home Improvement Projects From Ruining Your Budget

by Nancy Heim-berg
Ways To Keep Home Improvement Projects From Ruining Your BudgetIf you are a homeowner in Omaha, NE chances are you have dealt with some sort of home project and/or repair that has taken double the time and cost twice the anticipated amount. And with many homeowners not setting enough funds aside for repair costs, these projects can be an unwelcomed surprise and massive financial burden. 
 
With that said, in today’s blog post we are going to be talking about a few ways you can prepare yourself (and your wallet) in the event one of these projects sneaks up on you:
 
1.) The worst time to prepare for an event is after the event has taken place. You want to be sure to set aside some money in an emergency fund, so you are ready if and when a home repair needs to be handled. You can start small by adding some money from each paycheck you receive – you will be pleasantly surprised as the funds add up over the weeks and months!
 
2.) If you notice something around your house that needs attention don’t wait to act on it. Letting repairs linger can actually make the problem worse and therefore cost you more money in the long run. Act fast and nip the problem before it turns into a bigger headache. 
 
3.) On that same note, you can save yourself some money by tending to projects on your own and saving the calls to the professionals for larger issues that may arise. You can also ask a family member or friend if they have any experience and are willing to lend a hand. 
 
4.) If you come to realize the issue is over your head, make sure to do research on the company you hire to do the work for you. There are many times that homeowners will find the cheapest rate and hire a company that actually ends up making things worse and they have to pay double to get the right person in to fix things. Remember, cheaper isn’t always better when it comes to household repairs!
 
5.) Lastly, make sure to always have a plan. Outline things around your house that need regular maintenance and be sure to stay on top of those. Additionally, keep a running list of things to update/upgrade when finances allow.
 
 
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Wishing You A Happy Thanksgiving From The Heim-Berg Team!

by Nancy Heim-berg

Heim-berg Omaha Thanksgiving 2019When you think of the Thanksgiving holiday what comes to mind? Probably warm, hearty food, a table filled with festive centerpieces, a football game or two and spending time with those you love most. The holiday is also traditionally a time for people to reflect on what they are grateful for and all the blessings that fill their lives throughout the year. 

As defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, gratitude is ‘the state of being grateful, thankfulness.’ In the spirit of the holiday, we wanted to dedicate today’s blog post on ways to show gratitude in your day to day lives in hopes to keep the Thanksgiving spirit alive throughout the year. 

-Be thoughtful of others by considering their feelings with every word spoken and action taken.
-Let someone know exactly how you feel by giving a detailed example of appreciation.
-When interacting with others, make eye contact to show you are present in the conversation and engaged with what they are saying.
-Be gracious when someone challenges your words, actions or views and respectfully listen to their point of view.
-Share in other people’s joys and victories as if they were your own. 
-Be patient with others as everyone is fighting their own battles that you may know nothing about. 
-Take a few moments each night to write down little things that happened in your day that you are grateful/thankful for. This is a great activity to find and highlight the good things in your life, no matter how small.
 

From everyone here at the Heim-Berg Team, we wanted to say how grateful we are for each of our wonderful clients and say ‘thank you’ for allowing us to serve you. We also want to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving filled with delicious food and beautiful memories for you to cherish always. See you next week! 

 

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Festive Thanksgiving Events Around Omaha, NE

by Nancy Heim-berg

Thanksgiving Week Events Omaha, NEWith the Thanksgiving holiday just days away, you may find yourself making never-ending grocery lists, putting up last-minute holiday décor and writing out name cards (and strategically placing them) for your dining table. But don’t forget that our beautiful city of Omaha is hosting many fun events and adventures this week that are the perfect excuse to ditch your to-do list and spend some quality time out of the house with family and friends – we have listed a few of these can’t-miss events for you to check out below. So, grab your loved ones and head out the door for some serious Thanksgiving fun! 

What: Toddler Tuesday: Thanksgiving with Mrs. Barry 
When: November 26th from 10:30-11:30am
Where: Fat Brain Toys | 16909 Burke Street Omaha, NE

What: Helping Hands; Count Your Blessings
When: November 27th from 10am-12:30pm 
Where: The Wonder Nook | 10806 Prairie Hills Drive Omaha, NE
*Free event

What: Tree Lighting & Holiday Parade
When: November 27th from 6-7:30pm
Where: Shadow Lake Towne Center | 7775 Olson Dr.
*Free event

What: Omaha Turkey Trot 5K
When: November 28th at 8:45am
Where: 345 Riverfront Drive Omaha, NE

What: Thanksgiving Party
When: November 28th from 5-9pm
Where: The Max | 1417 Jackson Street Omaha, NE

What: Feast and Feathers Thanksgiving Run
When: November 28th
Where: 8305 Rainwood Road Omaha, NE

What: YMCA Turkey Trot Run/Walk
When: November 28th from 9-11am
Where: Stir Concert Cove Parking Lot, 1 
*Free event

What: Thanksgiving Brunch
When: November 28th
Where: Liberty Tavern | 1001 Cass Street Omaha, NE

What: Tree Lighting Ceremony
When: November 29th from 4-8pm
Where: The Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Lights of Aksarben Tree Lighting Ceremony 
When: November 29th from 6-8pm
Where: Stinson Park | 2232 S 64th Street Omaha, NE
*Free event

 

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Events And Adventures Around Omaha, NE This Weekend

by Nancy Heim-berg

With the weekend before Thanksgiving upon us, don’t spend all your time indoors making food lists, sorting through recipes and doing place settings for family members! There are so many fun events and activities that are happening in and around our beautiful city of Omaha, NE this weekend and we have listed a few of them below for you to check out. The holiday home prep can wait another day, Omaha adventures are calling (you can thank us later!). 

What: Midtown Merry Market
When: November 22nd
Where: 200 S 31st Ave. Omaha, NE

What: Holiday Pop Up Market
When: November 23rd
Where: Village Point Shopping Center | 17255 Davenport St. Omaha, NE

What: A Christmas Carol
When: November 22nd – 24th
Where: Omaha Community Playhouse | 6915 Cass Street Omaha, NE

What: The 9s at The Jewell
When: November 22nd
Where: The Jewell | 1030 Capitol Ave. Omaha, NE

What: Blackstone Walking Food Tour
When: November 22nd
Where: 3804 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: Comedy in Omaha
When: November 22nd & 23rd
Where: The Backline Comedy Theatre | 1618 Harney Street Omaha, NE

What: Diggin’ Dinos
When: November 22nd – 24th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Frida Kahlo’s Garden Exhibit
When: November 22nd – 24th
Where: El Museo Latino | 4701 S 25th Street Omaha, NE

What: Karaoke Friday Nights
When: November 22nd
Where: 510 N 33rd Street Omaha, NE

What: Space: A New Generation
When: November 22nd – 24th
Where: 28210 W Park Hwy. Ashland, NE

What: Louder Than Words: Rock, Power & Politics
When: November 22nd – 24th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Annie: Forever Young Family & Children’s Series by Film Streams 
When: November 23rd & 24th
Where: 4952 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Word and Image: The Saint John’s Bible 
When: November 22nd – 24th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: ‘RACE: Are We So Different?’ Exhibition
When: November 22nd – 24th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Behind the Scenes: Aquarium Backstage Pass
When: November 23rd
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Old Market Walking Food Tour
When: November 23rd
Where: 1002 Howard Street Omaha, NE

What: Old Market Walking History Tour
When: November 23rd
Where: 1001 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: The Met Live in HD: Akhnaten
When: November 23rd
Where: Film Streams at the Ruth Sokolof Theater | 1340 Mike Fahey Street Omaha, NE

What: Yesterday and Today: The Interactive Beatles Experience
When: November 22nd – 24th
Where: Omaha Community Playhouse | 6915 Cass Street Omaha, NE

What: Everyday People: The Art of James E. Ransome
When: November 22nd – 24th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

 

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So, you’re selling your home in Omaha, NE and want all the tips and tricks on how to make your property sell quickly. While we can’t give away all our secrets in one post, we do have one tip that is sure to make the front of your home inviting and appeal to potential buyers. Interested? Keep reading below!

Your front porch is one of the first things buyers see and, as they say, you don’t get a second chance at a first impression. This area of your home is a great opportunity to welcome visitors, and we have listed a few tricks below that, when implemented, are sure to ‘wow’ potential buyers as they pull up to your home:

-Your front door is the focal point of your whole porch and should not be forgotten! Try adding a fresh coat of paint, hanging a decorative wreath on the door and/or adding a doormat to spruce up the entrance. 

-If you have the room, adding a pair of chairs to your front porch is such an easy way to make a big statement. When most people see chairs on a porch, they envision spending quality time with family and friends while the kids play in the front yard. It’s quaint, welcoming and will pull at the heart strings of your potential buyers.

-Incorporating plants/flowers in the foreground is a great way to not only add greenery and a splash of color, but also can be a fun way to guide guests to the entrance of your home. This adds to the curb appeal of your home and can also be a fun project for you and your family to do together!

-To keep your front porch area cool during the warmer Omaha, NE months you can install a ceiling fan, which also doubles as a great way to keep the pesky bugs away. Depending on the layout of your porch, outdoor curtains may also be a great option to keep the sun out while also adding a pop of fun décor. 

 

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Can’t-Miss Omaha, NE Weekend Fun!

by Nancy Heim-berg

There are countless events and adventures happening in and around our beautiful city of Omaha, NE this weekend for you to enjoy with family and friends. Spend some time outdoors or enjoy some interactive events inside such as dino events at the Children’s Museum, comedy shows, flower exhibits, a walking food tour or go backstage at the Omaha Zoo and Aquarium. We have listed these and much more for you below! Enjoy! 

What: Dinos on the Loose
When: November 15th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: A Christmas Carol
When: November 15th – 17th
Where: Omaha Community Playhouse | 6915 Cass Street Omaha, NE

What: Comedy in Omaha
When: November 15th & 16th
Where: The Backline Comedy Theatre | 1618 Harney Street Omaha, NE

What: Dia de Muertos/Day of the Dead Ofrenda Exhibit
When: November 15th & 16th
Where: El Museo Latino | 4701 S 25th Street Omaha, NE

What: Fall Chrysanthemum Show
When: November 15th – 17th
Where: Lauritzen Gardens | 100 Bancroft Street Omaha, NE

What: Frida Kahlo’s Garden Exhibit
When: November 15th – 17th
Where: El Museo Latino | 4701 S 25th Street Omaha, NE

What: Karaoke Friday Nights
When: November 15th
Where: 510 N. 33rd Street Omaha, NE

What: Space: A New Generation
When: November 15th – 17th
Where: 28210 W Park Hwy Ashland, NE

What: Word and Image: The Saint John’s Bible
When: November 15th – 17th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Charlie Ballantine, Guitarist
When: November 16th
Where: The Jewell | 1030 Capitol Ave. Omaha, NE

What: Evening with The Piano Guys
When: November 16th
Where: Orpheum Theater | 409 S 16th Street Omaha, NE

What: North Omaha Love Tour
When: November 16th
Where: Great Plains Black History Museum | 2210 N 24th Street Omaha, NE

What: Behind the Scenes: Aquarium Backstage Pass 
When: November 16th
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Old Market Walking Food Tour
When: November 16th
Where: 1002 Howard Street Omaha, NE

What: WeBop at Omaha Performing Arts
When: November 16th
Where: 1200 Douglas Street Omaha, NE

What: Author Expo
When: November 17th
Where: Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum | 28210 West Park Hwy

What: Omaha’s Children’s Business Fair
When: November 17th
Where: Omaha Design Center | 1502 Cumming Omaha, NE

What: History Hike at Camp Wa-kon-da
When: November 17th
Where: Fontenelle Forest/Neale Woods | 402 Forest Dr. Bellevue, NE

What: Voice of Omaha’s 51st Annual Performance of ‘Messiah’
When: November 17th
Where: Holland Performing Arts Center | 1200 Douglas Street Omaha, NE

What: Louder Than Words: Rock, Power & Politics
When: November 15th – 17th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

 

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How To Care For Your Furry Family Members This Winter In Omaha, NE

by Nancy Heim-berg

With colder temperatures on the horizon you may find yourself swapping your t-shirts and sandals for winter shoes, colorful scarves and heavy jackets. It is important to remember that as you transition for the shorter and chillier days ahead that you also make adjustments for your pets to ensure their happiness and safety this season. Below we have listed a few winter care tips for your furry four legged family members! 

-As outside temperatures drop, chances are you will crank the heat to warm up your home – we don’t blame you! But did you know that the heat could dry out your pet’s skin and in turn cause irritation? To avoid this, keep a humidifier in your home to help keep everyone’s skin hydrated. 

-Be sure to bring outdoor dogs and cats inside overnight. Nighttime temperatures can drop drastically at times and you want to make sure your pets are safe from these frigid conditions. A good rule of thumb is if it’s too cold for you, its too cold for them. 

-When your pet’s do go outdoors be sure to watch for signs of frostbite, even if your cat or dog has only been outside for a short amount of time. The most susceptible areas of their bodies are tails, legs and paws and it doesn’t take much for frostbit to kick in. 

-To expand on the above tip, you may want to invest in a sweater or coat (especially for short-hair pets) to help them stay warm outdoors.

-Be sure to never leave pets in a car alone during the cold weather, no matter how short a time you will be gone for. 

-In order to prevent burns and injuries, you always want to make sure to always keep cats and dogs away from any heat sources in your home.

-We all know how excited dogs can get to frolic and play in fresh snow, however there are more dogs that get lost during the winter months than at any other time of the year. Always be sure to keep dogs on leashes and make sure to keep ID tags on their collars in the event they get out of your sight. 


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Events And Adventures Around Omaha, NE This Weekend

by Nancy Heim-berg

With November in full swing, do you have a calendar full of events to fill your weekend with family and friends? If not, you are in the right place! Below we have listed a few can’t-miss events and adventures that are happening in and around our beautiful city of Omaha, NE this weekend. You will find everything from plays and music concerts to walking food tours, galas, art exhibits, food cookoffs, sporting events and much more! 

What: Caddyshack! With Actress Cindy Morgan, “Lacey Underall”
When: November 8th
Where: 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Friendsgiving
When: November 8th
Where: Werner Park | 12356 Ballpark Way Papillion, NE 

What: Hector Anchondo Band at The Jewell
When: November 8th
Where: The Jewell | 1030 Capitol Avenue Omaha, NE

What: Roaring 20’s Gala featuring The Diamond Empire Band
When: November 8th
Where: 12520 Westport Pkwy | Omaha, NE

What: Blackstone Walking Food Tour
When: November 8th
Where: 3804 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: 2019 Autumn Festival, An Arts and Crafts Affair
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: Ralston Arena | 7300 Q Street Ralston, NE

What: Comedy Night
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Dia de Muertos/Day of the Dead Ofrenda Exhibit
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: El Museo Latino | 4701 S 25th Street Omaha, NE

What: Diggin’ Dinos
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Everyday People: The Art of James E. Ransome 
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: Joelyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Legally Blonde: The Musical
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: 900 North Clarkson Fremont, NE

What: Space: A New Generation 
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: 28210 W Park Hwy Ashland, NE

What: Rocky Horror Picture Show
When: November 8th & 9th
Where: Omaha Community Playhouse | 6915 Cass Street Omaha, NE

What: Louder Than Words: Rock, Power & Politics 
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Veterans Art Exhibit 
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: 7016 Maple Street Omaha, NE

What: Benson Barstool Open
When: November 9th
Where: 920 South 107 Avenue Suite 302 Omaha, NE

What: Chili Crawl & Cookoff
When: November 9th
Where: Midtown Crossing | 33rd and Farman-Dodge Streets Omaha, NE

What: TEDx Omaha
When: November 9th
Where: 602 N 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: 2019 Autumn Festival, An Arts and Crafts Affair
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: Ralston Arena | 7300 Q Street Ralston, NE

What: Behind the Scenes: Aquarium Backstage Pass
When: November 9th
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Historic Home Tour and Boutique
When: November 9th & 10th
Where: Joslyn Castle | 3902 Davenport Street Omaha, NE

What: USQ 2019 Midwest Collegiate Regional Championship
When: November 9th & 10th
Where: 12356 Ballpark Way Papillion, NE

What: WeBop at Omaha Performing Arts
When: November 9th
Where: 1200 Douglas Street Omaha, NE

What: Masters and Music
When: November 10th
Where: 6505 University Dr S Omaha, NE

What: Word and Image: The Saint John’s Bible
When: November 8th – 10th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

 

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