Be the Best Host Ever! Hosting Tips This Fourth of July

Image by Jeff Kubina on Flickr You’ve sent out the invites, prepared the table adornments and other decorations for your home, and planned a rocking all-American menu, now what’s next? Why, transforming yourself into the best host, of course! While … Continue reading

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Show American Pride! Yummy and Festive Fourth of July Party Recipes

We have something extra special prepared for your upcoming Fourth of July party. Red, white, and blue palette? Of course! Yummy, all-American favorites with a twist? Most definitely! Get set for a fun and stress-free Fourth of July cookout with … Continue reading

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Enjoying the Outdoors When You Don’t have a Backyard, Balcony, or Porch

If you’ve long been waiting for the summer months to arrive but are bummed out because you don’t have a large space to decorate or entertain guests in, don’t worry! There are still plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors … Continue reading

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What Does Your Bedroom Décor Say About Your Personality?

Without a doubt, your bedroom is the most private and intimate room in your home. It’s so much more than a room for sleep and relaxation; it’s a reflection of your tastes and the best place for storing your most … Continue reading

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Seeing Green: Save Money by Making Laundry Day More Eco-friendly

Doing the laundry probably isn’t your favorite household chore, but there are many eco-friendly ways to go about it so you can minimize the hassle while saving on costs and reducing the impact your laundry loads have on the environment. … Continue reading

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Household Items You Probably Need to Replace Now

Why is throwing out anything so agonizing? Perhaps it’s because parting with things you use regularly means letting go of something you love. However, change is constant, and replacing well-loved items shouldn’t involve a lot of hand-wringing. In fact, doing … Continue reading

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Supplemental Pieces to Complement Essential Home Furniture

Aside from the basic items you expect to find in your home—sofa, dining table, and bed—it’s also nice to have some accompanying pieces to complement these essentials. Not only do they improve the functionality of the room, they’re also very … Continue reading

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What to Do on Your First Day in a New Home

Image by Myxi on Flickr The first 24 hours after moving in your new home are very important, as they can set the tone for the rest of the time you spend in there. To guide you in those critical … Continue reading

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Easy, Frugal Ways to Spring into Gardening Season

Image by martinrstone on Flickr After a long winter, your garden is finally waking up! The arrival of spring means it’s time to plant, prune, and care for your garden, so here are some easy and budget-friendly ways to get … Continue reading

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Top Three Interior Design Mistakes to Avoid

Image by andy in cube on Flickr When it comes to DIY interior design projects, learning from other’s mistakes will save you plenty of time, money, and effort down the line. Here we list some of the most common design … Continue reading

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