Working 8 to 5 can take its toll on you both mentally and physically. Sitting for 8 hours staring at a computer in a cubical or office with little ventilation can make you feel stressed and depleted by the end of the day. Thankfully there are 5 1/2 proven habits you can do to get yourself feeling healthy and awesome everyday at work.
It was a politically filled week for Santa Fe as mayoral candidates made their last minute pushes before the election. After a heated race, Javier Gonzales was named Santa Fe’s new mayor. With the Santa Fe political theater behind us (at least until primary elections), we can enjoy the weekend and countdown the days until it is officially spring. Here are some events to help you enjoy your weekend.
The warm weather in the afternoon is teasing those of us who dislike the cold by making it feel a little like spring. However, 70-degree days are not quite here so it might not be the perfect time to put on shorts and hit the park. If getting in late season skiing isn’t your thing this weekend, we have a list of activities to help you close out the winter.
Santa Fe Restaurant Week 2014-Every year Wings Media Network organizes New Mexico Restaurant Week. Restaurant Week gives the general public the opportunity to experience new restaurants they might not have tried or couldn’t afford. The event showcases New Mexico’s world premier dining destinations. It runs from Sunday, Feb. 23rd through Sunday, March 2nd.
Barker Realty Brokers, John Hancock, Robin Zollinger, and Stephanie Duran recently attended the Top Agent Conference in Scottsdale, AZ. The two-day networking and education event featured seminars led by top industry experts and senior executives of Christie’s and Christie’s International Real Estate. Topics of the seminars were geared towards making attendees specialists in luxury real estate. Brokers were also trained on Christie’s perspective of the art market and its connection to luxury real estate.
In 1939, Dorothy Gale stepped out from a world of black and white and into the world of color, thus displaying for the first time in cinematic history a movie that was in color. It’s safe to say that everyone reading this was not around when The Wizard of Oz was released in theaters but thankfully the Lensic is giving us the opportunity to watch the film on the big screen.
Being an expert on the Santa Fe real estate market can be a daunting task for someone who does not have access to years of comprehensive data that monitors all the necessary valuable to compose an extensive conclusion on market trends. However, I have the ONE document that will make you an expert on the market. Barker Realty’s 13 Year Market Report is the most comprehensive Santa Fe real estate market report available. It is a compilation of thirteen years of data and provides a summary of relevant economic indicators that effect real estate. The report is incredibly easy to read and a must for any one who owns a home in Santa Fe or is looking to sell or buy. Enter your email below and you will automatically get a PDF version sent to you.
Stand-up comedian and writer/cast member of Saturday Night Live, Colin Quinn will perform Friday, February 7th at the Lensic. Colin Quinn’s show, Unconstitutional, is a comedic seventy-minute monologue on 226 years of American Constitutional calamities. Quinn performs his comedic perspective on everything from the Founding Fathers to the Kardashians.
The recent snowfall has primed Santa Feans to watch developed nations compete at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. The games will take place in the warmest city to ever host the Winter Olympics. Despite hacker and political issues, the “Hot. Cool. Yours” Winter Olympics will begin today but opening ceremonies will not air until Friday at 6:30pm. This may all seem a bit confusing so in an effort to clear the confusion, here is your guide to the Sochi Olympics.
Christie’s auction house had a record setting year in 2013. The company produced $7.13 billion in auction house sales. That is a 14% overall rise in sales over 2012. Christie’s also set the most expensive art sale at an auction in the fall of 2013 with a $142.4 million Francis Bacon triptych. Elaine Pascal Wynn, billionaire former wife of casino developer Steve Wynn, bought the piece. The purchase passed the previous art sale record of $120 million by Sotheby’s.