Get Empowered With Our Free Resources TALKING ABOUT DIVORCE AND ADOPTION
Our complimentary divorce support groups and seminars are going online! Register for these upcoming webinars to gain knowledge, resources, and emotional support that can help you feel empowered while you go through major life changes. HOW TO PREPARE FOR LIFE AFTER DIVORCE (SUPPORT GROUP) When: Saturday, July 18; 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Register: AtlantaDivorceLawGroup.com/july-18- 2020-support-group The divorce process completely upends your everyday life, and life doesn’t instantly return to “normal” once the divorce is finalized. Even when filing for divorce is the best option for you, it takes time to become accustomed to the new routines that come with life after divorce. There are going to be some growing pains in this new chapter of your life. Licensed marriage and family therapist Kathleen Shack, M.S., will
be hosting this month’s support group to help you navigate your journey to a Happily Ever After Divorce. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ADOPTION (COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR) When: Tuesday, July 21, Time TBD Register: AtlantaDivorceLawGroup.com/ seminars/what-you-need-to-know-about- adoption Opening your home to a child through adoption is a wonderful decision that comes with a lot of hard work. If you are considering adoption, then make sure you join us for this free online seminar. We will discuss the various adoption options, what to expect during the process, and the financial considerations of adopting. We will also discuss adoption and strategies for helping your family adjust to a new normal.
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WITH A FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT ROOM MAKE YOUR GAME NIGHTS EXTRA SPECIAL
Families around the world are finding new ways to spend time with each other, and their homes are changing accordingly. Whether your family members are video gamers, movie enthusiasts, or board game fans, everyone can benefit from having a dedicated entertainment room. Here are some tips for putting one together. USE YOUR SPACE WISELY. Consider the advantages and challenges of your available space. You don’t want small spaces to feel cramped, and you don’t want large spaces to feel empty. If your room is small, then design the space to serve multiple purposes, like installing a bar with a TV on the opposite wall. If your room is large, then why not have two or more TVs to let visitors play multiple games or watch different shows? A projector can also be used to maximize
a room’s space. It allows you and your guests to utilize an entire wall without requiring much physical space. SET UP SURROUND SOUND. Whether you’re using your entertainment room for movies, music, video games, or all of the above, investing in high-quality speakers will pay off instantly. You can set them up around the room for clearer, more immersive sound for movies and games, and by spacing out each speaker, you can eliminate cord clutter and tangle. SOUNDPROOF YOUR SPACE. Trying to impress your guests with great sound doesn’t mean that your entire neighborhood has to hear what you’re watching! Soundproofing not only helps shield your neighbors from action game explosions and booming movie scores, but it also improves the sound quality in the room. Thick curtains and carpets, wall-mounted foam panels, or freestanding acoustic panels work for basic soundproofing, but if you plan to utilize your space every day and night, then consider hiring a contractor to help estimate materials and cost for a more sophisticated soundproof space. HAVE GREAT LIGHTING. There’s nothing more inviting than a well-lit space, and this also applies to your entertainment room. Whether you’re playing a board game or putting together puzzles with the whole family, mood lighting can make the experience feel even more cozy and special. Try experimenting with different, stylish lamps or overhead fixtures to light up your space.
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