Weekend Tips: Make Your Mark!

Dated: 05/29/2020

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Julius Caesar once said "Creating is the essence of life"! Get creative and make your mark with one of our fun activities! Improve your writing, paint the town, and make your own Hanko! Nothing is better for the blues than a little creative energy. 
As Always: Stay Strong, San Antonio!
-Kim & Michelle

Do the Write thing

A good way to make your mark is to write! Authors leave a lasting influence while getting their creative juices flowing. If you are interesting in writing, or perhaps just looking to spruce up your skills, this site will keep you on target. All you have to do is write 750 words a post, and this site will award points to keep you motivated. It'll also analyze your writing, and graph out how and what you write like. Bam! You're on your way to being the next great American author!

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Chalk it out

Add some color to your neighborhood! This chalk paint doesn't even call for chalk– just water, cornstarch, and food coloring. It's easy to use, and washes right off, so no fear of staining the sidewalk! Your family could decorate the sidewalk, provideing a free art gallery for any pedetrains out for a walk. You could also write encourging messages to cheer up your neighbors! This is a fun activity that marks up the sidewalk, and makes a nice impression on neighbors.

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Hankering for a Hanko

What better way to make your mark then by actually making a mark? A Hanko is a stamp that is used in place of a signature in Japan. The Hanko has been used for thousands of years, and you might recognize  the bright red seal on a historical document. You could it to sign your art, writings, or just mark what's yours! The McNay provides this fun and easy activity for all ages. 

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Michelle Plazek

Not many people can say they love what they do, but I do! Whether it's buying or selling your primary residence or building your real estate investment portfolio, I'm passionate about helping people ....

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