Suzanne Ash
Hi, I'm Suzanne
Suzanne Ash
Luxury Specialist
Mobile: 707-495-9133
Business: 707-829-2011

Hi, I’m Suzanne Ash, proudly serving  All of Sonoma County.  I specialize in Country and  River properties, with The Wine Country Group by Better Homes and Gardens, Mason-McDuffie.

I am here to assist you in your home-buying and selling needs, with a focus on providing you personalized service and the benefit of my local expertise.  Sebastopol and the Russian River really can be complicated and unique area specialties.  I know you have many choices, but not that many can walk you through all the aspects of the Russian River area and Sebastopol without compromising the integrity of either area.  

Please feel free to contact me at 707-495-9133 to begin this exciting process!

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Colorful, Creative Recycling Projects That You Can DIY

Add a little color to your home with these creative DIY projects starring paint, fabric, embellishments and more. Dress up the furniture, curtains or chairs you already own with these The post Colorful, Creative Recycling Projects That You Can DIY appeared first on Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Life. More

Foolproof DIYs You Will Want to Do this Year

Do-it-Yourself projects (DIYs) are a huge trend right now for many reasons. These are the projects you don’t need a natural talent for craftiness, or professional skills, to perfect. With a The post Foolproof DIYs You Will Want to Do this Year appeared first on Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Life. More

Garage Makeover: From Storage Space to Swanky Hangout Room

If you’re looking for extra space in your home—and don’t use your garage for anything but storage—consider renovating your car park into a new living area. Increase your house’s value The post Garage Makeover: From Storage Space to Swanky Hangout Room appeared first on Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Life. More

Something Uplifting



(To watch the video below on YouTube click here)


One of the statements of belief in our movement is We believe in the eternal Givingness of Life to all. It is an affirmation of the generous and indiscriminate gift that Life gives to all without reservation. I grew up in a poor neighborhood in what would be considered today to be an economically challenged family. Nevertheless, we were pretty stable and I didn’t know that we were poor. I had to learn that from other children in school who pointed out to me that my clothing and shoes were worn out. 

The reason I didn’t know that I was poor is because my family was rich in the ability to give. We shared even the little that we had with all who came our way and we were taught to be generous with compliments and kindness. Because of this strong inclination to give in my family, I developed an easy and gracious attitude towards receiving. I learned that to receive, is itself a way of gifting the giver.
 
Join me this week in meditating on the meaning of this phrase: I am open to Life’s gifts, thankful for the constant flow of Good in every form into my life and into the world. I invite you to join me in affirming this idea and posting it on the social media of your choice. If you have done so, I would love to hear from you about the results. You can e-mail me at edward@cslsr.org. I’d love to hear from you. Remember to use the tags #TheGlobalVision and #AWorldThatWorksForEveryone in your media posts.
Warm regards,
Edward Viljoen



Generosity Of Spirit, With Edward Viljoen

(To watch the video below on YouTube click here)One of the statements of belief in our movement is We believe in the eternal Givingness of Life to all. It is an affirmation of the generous and indiscriminate gift that Life gives to all without reservation. I grew up in a poor neighborhood in what would be considered today to be an economically challenged fam More


 To view the video below on YouTube, click here.





Open, Receptive, and Welcoming, with Edward Viljoen

What does it take to be open, receptive, and welcoming?  In Creative Mind and Success, Ernest Holmes writes on p. 100, “Suppose that you wish to draw friends and companions to you; that you wish to enlarge your circle of friendships. This, too, can all be worked out by law, for everything can be worked out by the same law, the reason being that all is One an More

This is an engaging vision in a world where different thoughts and ideas are part of our reality. “We need this variety,” writes Ernest Holmes in Ten Ideas That Make a Difference (p. 65), and he asks us if we are flexible enough to know that everyone does not have to
think alike in order to live together harmoniously. This week we consider reaching across differences of opinion to the common ground upon which we stand. What does peace and just mean to you? What does it mean to live in the consciousness of goodness and mercy? How is Life calling you to act and speak? To bring peace and harmony into our world, it is important that we see others with sympathetic understanding, a strong commitment to truth, and being an advocate for freedom.



Join me in affirming this week, “Rising to my greatest self, I now step into seeing members of our human family with a deeper understanding and feeling of connectedness beyond my familiar. I discover an expanded love flowing as me. Ignited by the power of this sense of freedom, I’m ignited with the conviction to do my part to ensure all are experiencing justice, equity of opportunity, joy, and abundance in every dimension of living. Feeling a profound sense of peace, I know all is well! It is done!”

I invite you to join me in affirming this idea and posting it on the social media of your choice. If you have done so, I would love to hear from you about the results. You can email me at edward@cslsr.org. I’d love to hear from you. Remember to tag your affirmation with the tags #TheGlobalVision and #AWorldThatWorksForEveryone

Warm regards,
Edward Viljoen

Goodness, Peace, Mercy, Justice, and Truth, with Edward Viljoen

Dr. Edward Viljoen, author of The Power of Meditation, and Ordinary Goodness, speaks at The Center for Spiritual Living, Santa Rosa “Goodness, Peace, Mercy, Justice, and Truth” is our topic today. It comes from The Global Vision of a world that works for everyone, which is the vision of our movement, Centers for Spiritual Living. This is an engaging vision i More

One of the statements of belief in our movement is “We believe in the eternal Givingness of Life to all.” It is an affirmation of the generous, and indiscriminate gift that life gives to all without reservation. I grew up in a poor neighborhood in what would be considered today to be an economically challenged family.

Nevertheless, we were pretty stable and I didn’t know that we were poor. I had to learn that from other children in school who pointed out to me that my clothing and shoes were worn out. The reason I didn’t know that I was poor is because my family was rich in the ability to give. We shared even the little that we had with all who came our way and we were taught to be generous with compliments and kindness. Because of this strong inclination to give in my family, I developed an easy and gracious attitude towards receiving. I learned that the art of receiving is itself a way of gifting the giver.



Join me this week in meditating on the meaning of this phrase: “I am open to Life’s gifts, thankful for the constant flow of Good in every form into my life and into the world.” I invite you to join me in affirming this idea and posting it on the social media of your choice. If you have done so, I would love to hear from you about the results. You can email me at edward@cslsr.org. I’d love to hear from you. Remember to tag your affirmation with the tags #TheGlobalVision and #AWorldThatWorksForEveryone

Warm regards,
Edward Viljoen

Life Through Rose Colored Glasses, with Edward Viljoen, author of Ordinary Goodness

Dr. Edward Viljoen, author of The Power of Meditation, and Ordinary Goodness, speaks at The Center for Spiritual Living, Santa RosaOne of the statements of belief in our movement is “We believe in the eternal Givingness of Life to all.” It is an affirmation of the generous, and indiscriminate gift that life gives to all without reservation. I grew up in a po More