About my story

Hi! My name is Sophie Bridge and I’m a writer/interior designer from Los Angeles. I grew up in a small town in Ohio, up until I decided to move to LA for my career. I have a large family, and most of my relatives are working in the real estate industry. I think that would explain my interest in the field as well. Other than this, I am also extremely fond of writing and horseback riding. There was a period in my life when I wanted to become a writer. And following that passion, I ended up writing blogs for various company websites. That made me realize that writing can be so expressive and that it would be a good idea to use my skill for me personally. Hence, this blog came into existence.

In my opinion, the real estate industry can be extremely daunting to someone who has not had any prior experience. This blog site is an attempt to make the process a little easier for those people. Other than that, it could be useful to someone just looking to read out of interest as well. So, stay a while, and take a look around. Good day to you!

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Latest Blog & Articles

Here is a curated list of the latest posts and articles. Read up on topics like home improvement, DIY, decor, and more. 

  • Things to Consider Before Buying an RV

    For anyone looking to take their loved ones on a nice vacation you should consider renting an RV. One of the glad tidings is that an RV can be very easy to drive from your home to the beach or a camping ground.Think of all the places you’ve gone to that you absolutely have to go back to. Or maybe you’re the type of person who makes it a point to always make sure that work falls in on a regular basis. If you get a chance to rent an RV you’ll be thinking of all the places you can

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  • How to Stay in Tokyo

    The Japanese hold a firm grip on the title for the worlds most famous walking city. Although it’s true, Tokyo isn’t exactly known for its walking friendly landscapes. That’s all about to change, as the capital rolls out all the stops to entice visitors to stay a little longer. The key to a great stay in Tokyo is to figure out what you want, or what you don’t. The first step is to rent a hotel. They can be expensive, but if you can afford it, you will likely be sleeping on the streets by the time your bargain is

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