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Tips to get rid of kitchen clutter

The junk drawer. Love it or hate it, most of us have one and most of the time it’s in the kitchen. NPR’s Linton Weeks says they serve “as a Rorschachian reflection of your life.” That’s rather distressing, isn’t it?…

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4 brilliant tub/shower cleaning hacks

The one thing we think most of us look forward to after a day out in the winter elements is a long, steamy-hot shower or luxurious soak in the tub. Busy lives, however, put the thorough cleaning of tubs and…

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Easy growing house plants

After a few tries at indoor gardening, many people give up, assuming the thumb just isn’t green enough. The problem usually boils down to having chosen a high-maintenance plant and giving it low-maintenance care. We agree that having a plant…

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10 ways to transform your home

Home improvement projects can not only be fun, but they add value to your home as well. Whether you’ve decided to add improvements to your home before it goes on the market or are planning improvements to your new home,…

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Create your dream patio in just 5 steps

Wisteria blooms elegantly along the back fence, temperatures are gradually nudging their way up, grilling season is oh, so close and you’re ready to give your patio or balcony a shot of pre-summer sprucing. Few things in a busy life…

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Home Improvement Projects with the Best ROI

Not all home improvement projects are created equal Trying to figure out which home improvement projects will give you the most bang for your buck? Check out these suggestions:       Powered by WPeMatico Want To Learn More? Chat…

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Must-have tech gadgets for the home

Last week I came across an article about the latest tech gadgets for the home. There is some pretty cool stuff out there, some of it new and some that has been around for a few years. If you’re in…

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Hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires and earthquakes: Are you prepared?

Hurricane season in 2018 was brutal. We saw eight hurricanes, with Florence and Michael producing the most significant damage. Hurricane season this year begins on June 1. Last month, California’s governor, Gavin Newsom, declared a state of emergency in preparation…

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5 Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tips

Most of us homeowners consider spring cleaning as the project that clears the home’s interiors of winter’s nastiness. You know, the mud in the mud room, the stale odors, the fireplace scent clinging to draperies and rugs. The home’s exterior…

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Trending: Danish modern furniture

What’s old typically becomes new, right? Whether it’s fashion, music, dance styles or décor, never count a trend down and out, because the chances are good that it will see a revival. Scandinavian décor hit it big again a couple…

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