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Bright Lights, Gig City

‘Gig’ is one of those leftover words from the 1920s speakeasy jazz era. It is a shortened and much cooler way of saying ‘engagement’ and it is what musicians used...

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February 13, 2019
First National Byron

Careful What You Wish For

In the wash of another Valentine’s Day, we are celebrating love in it’s most commercial and unattainable sense with The Paramour Edit. A paramour is a somewhat old fashioned way...

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February 7, 2019
First National Byron

The Kids Are Alright

It is quite fun as we get older to complain about young people and their sense of entitlement, screen time compulsions, and general unwarranted lethargy. Fun, because it helps us...

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February 1, 2019
First National Byron

Surface Dwelling

The surface can often betray the substance. Shabby carpet is often lifted to reveal exquisite flooring in homes. Gloss paint can be stripped away to reveal beautiful original timbers ready...

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January 25, 2019
First National Byron

Deciding Joy

The Marie Kondo ‘Tidying Up’ phenomenon has gained juggernaut style momentum since Netflix decided to stream the home-making philosophy with Japanese Shinto roots into our homes and onto our devic…

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January 17, 2019
First National Byron

View Of The World

As our team at First National Byron caught up in the office after the holiday break where we shared our diverse experience and perspective of the holiday, its weather events,...

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December 20, 2018
First National Byron

For Auld Lang Syne: 2018 Sign Off

“We’ll take a cup of kindness yet, for Auld Lang Syne.” This is our last Edit for 2018 while we take a little break to enjoy the festive season and...

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December 13, 2018
First National Byron

Individually, Together.

“Together, we can do great things” – Mother Theresa. Earlier this week, we celebrated as a team for the holidays. As well as celebrating the privilege of serving our community...

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November 30, 2018
First National Byron

Exit Wounds

As real estate agents, we deal in people’s life events: The beginnings and the endings. The need to transact property or move home is sparked by ‘something’. That something ranges...

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November 20, 2018
First National Byron

Sorry: The Hardest Word

Studies have found that women tend to ‘apologise’ and say sorry more often and for different reasons than men. In the book “Hey Ladies, Stop Apologizing and Other Career Mistakes...

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