6 Facts You Don’t Know About the US Military

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The US military has been serving the citizens of America since the September 29, 1789. Yet, we know surprisingly little about the world’s most powerful military force. For this reason, you should read the following six facts you might not know about the US military. [Read more…]

3 Ways to Upgrade Any Backyard Within a Day

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You can work all year on improving the interior of your home, but sooner or later you’re going to pull into the driveway and wonder why you haven’t done anything fancy to the exterior. In fact, the front and backyard of a home may be the most important parts to maintain and renovate, as they’ll leave the biggest overall impression in your community. Most people tend to only have friends and family in their home throughout the course of a year, but every time someone drives by they’ll see your yard. With that said, if you think it’s time to give your backyard a makeover, here are a few radically transformational projects you can tackle within the span of a single day: [Read more…]

5 Unexpected Places You Should Be Cleaning In Your Home

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House chores are one of those adult things we’ve learned to live with so we made peace with the fact that cleaning our house regularly is a must. Still, there are hidden corners of the home we regularly forget to clean because we’re so focused doing the standard cleaning routine. Here are some of the spots that are often overlooked when it comes to making sure your home is neat as a button. [Read more…]

Ideas to Brighten up your Winter Garden

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When it comes to winter gardening, many of us abandon our backyards in favor of taking retreats indoors. However, not all plants will die during the colder months and brightening up our gardens over winter means we can continue to enjoy the outdoors in the same way as we can during spring and summer. In the same way as plans for decorating your bedroom in time for Christmas, preparing your choice of plants and accessories for your garden can also be done on a budget in time for you to kick back and enjoy the efforts of your hard work.

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Routine Maintenance: Simple Steps to Protecting your Pipes (includes Septic Care)

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Disclosure: As a Roto-Rooter Ambassador, reviewer may have received compensation and/or product in exchange for this review. Regardless, all content and opinions are 100% my own.

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9 Common Laundry Mistakes You Might be Making

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Whether it’s your first time attempting laundry or you’ve been washing clothing for years, there are various blunders you’ll want to avoid. To prevent damage to a fabric or fit, read on to find out about the most common laundry mistakes you might be making. [Read more…]

7 Things That Are Easily Overlooked During a Move

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Relocating can be a logistical nightmare with lots of moving pieces. Hiring a moving company relieves the stress since you can rely on their experience. However, trying to coordinate a move out at one location and a move in at another requires tight organization. Even the most organized individuals usually forget one or two important to-dos. [Read more…]

How to prepare your kids for the colder months

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The end of the calendar year is an exciting time for kids, no matter how old they are. Santa is soon to visit, Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and there’s even the prospect of snow if you live in a more northern state. However, shorter days, colder temperatures and excess party food can all wreak havoc on kids’ routines. Too much sugar can result in hyperactivity and crankiness amongst children, while all that socializing provides the perfect breeding ground for bugs and germs to spread. It’s essential to take time and get your kids ready for the colder months. Not only will this ensure that they stay fighting fit and ready for anything, but it also will provide peace of mind for you as a Mom. So why not make a change this year? Read on to find out how.

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