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Give Your Home A Fresh Summer Look & Feel

June brings summer and summer brings a certain feeling of warmth and joy. In order to really get the most out of that feeling, some re-decorating may be in order. This can be a fun opportunity to change up the look of your home and easily bring out the summer glow. This doesn’t have to be back-breaking or expensive, just simple things that give off a summer feel. So put those fall and winter decorations […]

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A Summer To-Do List for Home Improvements

  Everyone has heard of spring-cleaning, but what about summer cleaning? Or at least a summer to-do-list? It’s never too late to clean, organize, and replace things in your household that didn’t receive attention over the cold, rainy months. Here is a great starter list for things that need to get done this summer! Clean Out the Garage A cluttered garage may mean you don’t actually get to park your car inside it. During the spring, you may have utilized […]

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Don’t Let Mosquitoes Ruin Your Summer Fun

Summer is an amazing time of year; backyard barbeques, bonfires, and lawn games make it a great time to be outside with friends and family. Summer fun can quickly be ruined by mosquitoes. They are a constant nuisance, leaving itchy bumps and they can even carry diseases like the newest issue in the United States, the Zika Virus. Controlling these pests is something that everyone attempts with bug spray, natural DIY sprays, and citronella tiki […]

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Backyard DIY Projects that Won’t Break the Bank

Summer is finally here! With the kids out of school and summer holidays coming up, odds are you will be hosting plenty of backyard parties this season. As you think of ways to spruce up your yard and make it more comfortable for your guests, potential costs may be weighing heavily on your mind. The good news is that you don’t need to shell out hundreds to fix your yard. You can find many fun […]

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New Uses For Old Rain Boots

We tend to be sentimental with the smallest of things, though we may find it hard to explain our attachment to them. It is not uncommon for us to connect seemingly insignificant yet profound moments in life with everyday objects such as a special mug or a stuffed animal. Rain boots are no different. Every parent has that fond memory of watching their adorable toddler jumping and splashing in a puddle for the first time. Or […]

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The Case for Indoor Solar-Powered Lighting

Nothing accentuates a home like a stylish, well-placed lamp. Whether indoors or outdoors, a lamp can reflect an individual’s personality, wealth, and skills as a decorator. A lamp in a dim room can provide just the right amount of light when overhead lights are either too bright or unavailable. It can also set the right mood or provide the perfect spot to curl up with a good book. Indoor Solar Lighting While conventional lamps are […]

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