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Fun Indoor Winter Activities for Your Family

Fun Indoor Winter Activities for Your Family

| February 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Winter can be a challenging time for stay at home moms (or dads). Being unable to send kids outside to let off steam and give you a bit of a rest can drive even the most even-keeled of us to the brink. Everyone gets a little bit of cabin fever, which can cause us to […]

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Mistakes Homeowners Make when Trying to Boost Curb Appeal

Mistakes Homeowners Make when Trying to Boost Curb Appeal

| November 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

When you are trying to sell your home, it is important to make sure that your interior is lovely and cozy, something that people could really imagine themselves spending a portion of their lives in. However, it honestly doesn’t do you much good to have a great interior if nobody ever finds themselves inside of […]

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Mastering the Art of Interchangeable Holiday Decorating

Mastering the Art of Interchangeable Holiday Decorating

| September 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Holiday decorating can quickly become tiring as the seasons continue to change, but fortunately there are several things that you can do to simplify the decorating process throughout the year. One way is to master the art of “interchangeable” holiday decorating, where holiday decorating is boiled down to almost a science. Decorative pieces are swapped […]

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Using Currency to Teach Kids about Foreign Cultures

Using Currency to Teach Kids about Foreign Cultures

| August 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Do you have a small stash of foreign currency stashed away somewhere—leftover coins and bills from trips you’ve taken around the world? One great way to pass your travels onto your children, so to speak, is to let them explore foreign cultures through those currencies. Kids are naturally drawn to the differences between international currencies, […]

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Lighten Your Load: 6 Ways to De-Clutter and Downsize

Lighten Your Load: 6 Ways to De-Clutter and Downsize

| August 5, 2016 | 0 Comments

There comes a point in life when it’s time to clear the clutter. This is especially true if you are looking to downsize your home. While the idea of parting with beloved treasures can be intimidating, the benefits can outweigh the nostalgia tied to your belongings. According to Psychology Today, clutter can adversely affect your […]

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Ways to Relax This Summer

Ways to Relax This Summer

| July 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

Work and family life can be quite stressful, especially when you feel like you have to juggle it all.  You deserve to take a few moments to relax in the glory of summer. Below are a few ways to take advantage of the beautiful summer weather and help you truly relax. Play With Your Pet […]

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Keep Your Home Energy Efficient with These Window Treatments

Keep Your Home Energy Efficient with These Window Treatments

| June 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

A house without windows wouldn’t feel very homey – in fact, to some people it wouldn’t be much better than living in a cave, or a prison. They certainly increase our health and happiness, but there is a downside to our windows to the outside world. Although windows provide us with inspiring views, light, and […]

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Before You Recycle, Reuse!

Before You Recycle, Reuse!

| June 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

The message was clear: use the earth’s resources wisely, unless you want to go the way of the dinosaurs! Today, we want to focus on the 2nd “R”. While recycling is a powerful tool to minimize waste, and MRF’s have changed the way we look at garbage, it still requires a lot of money and […]

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Keeping Pests Out of Your Home: What You Need to Know

Keeping Pests Out of Your Home: What You Need to Know

| April 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

Birds, bats, rodents, insects—these are all things that we’d rather not see in our homes, yet sometimes they seem to find their way indoors. What do you do then? The world of pest control can get complicated, as some pests call for an exterminator while others call for animal control or a specialized remover. There […]

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How to Grow Herbs in Your Kitchen in the Winter

How to Grow Herbs in Your Kitchen in the Winter

| January 12, 2016 | 1 Comment

As this article details, the main purpose of the kitchen is changing. No longer is the kitchen built solely for cooking and dining. Now, it is a gathering place for the family, a place to do work, a place to socialize, and so much more. Now, people are even transforming their kitchens into makeshift gardening […]

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