Category: Resources

Essential Tips for Planning a Successful House Remodel

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15 Apr

Theoretically speaking, remodeling is a great thing – you get the opportunity to improve the sustainability of your home, expand the space, and provide your family with better living conditions. In reality, though, things are a bit different. If not carefully planned and executed, a huge number of these overhauls tend to become a living nightmare capable of completely disrupting…

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Why investing in new property should be a priority this year

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01 Apr

Investing in a new property has been more and more lucrativethese recent years. If we take a look at the last 50 years, it will be clearthat buying a real estate that won't serve you as a living space is a way toearn (a lot of) money. The real estate market offers you plenty ofopportunities to invest and double your…

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6 Things That Should Be Present In Your Bedroom Spring Cleaning Checklist

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27 Mar

Spring cleaning is one of the most important activities that should be done every year. It is a window of opportunity where you can "cleanse" all parts of your house. Your bedroom, specifically, should be thefocus of your cleaning efforts. It is the place where you sleep and relax.Hence, it is necessary that the place is clean, organized, and fresh.…

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Six Houseplants Perfect for the Spring

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15 Mar

If you’re looking to spruce up your home, there’s no better way than by adding a few decorative plants. Plants are an inexpensive way to add color and natural beauty to a room - all while improving the air quality. Consider these six plants to upgrade your space this year. 1.Philodendron The philodendron has distinctive leaves that look as though…

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Decorate Your Home to be a De-Stressing Sanctuary

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06 Mar

If there’s one thing we could go for less of, it’s stress. Most Americans suffer from some type of stress, whether it be moderate or severe. Recent studies have reported that concerns relating to money, work, and the economy have been major factors in the rising epidemic of stressed out Americans. Stress isn’t only affecting working adults, it’s also affecting…

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Gardening Ideas: 6 Ways To Save Money This Spring

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01 Mar

Though gardening is already saving you money on food, youcan have some extra measurements that help you save even more. After all, it’seasy to get carried away creating the perfect garden only to realize youcrossed your budget by a lot. Luckily, gardening is a creative activity thatgives you a lot of freedom and allows you to tailor the process to…

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How To Survive Renovating a House

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30 Jan

How To Survive Renovating a House Renovating a house is a huge project. It’s also very expensive and if you don’t do it right, you won’t be able to fix it for a long time again. However, people are afraid of renovating mostly because of the stress it involves and the strain it puts on the entire family. But it…

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How To Take Care of Your Lawn in All Seasons

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22 Jan

How To Take Care of Your Lawn in All Seasons Having a lawn can be great – it offers a place to relax with friends, a safe space for the kids to play, and even somewhere for the dog to run around and burn off energy! But, it’s important to remember that lawns need maintenance, and exactly what kind of…

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5 Ways Seniors Can Make Their Homes Safer For Aging In Place

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07 Jan

5 Ways Seniors Can Make Their Homes Safer For Aging In Place Aging in place is a goal for most seniors, and yet many do not consider the ways in which they can help make this possible. In order for a home to be safe for someone to grow old in, a whole host of aspects need to be considered.…

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Five DIY Projects to Revamp Your Bedroom

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03 Dec

Five DIY Projects to Revamp Your Bedroom To me the bedroom is a sanctuary; a place I go to, to not just sleep, but also when I really want some peace and quiet from the loudness of life that can often happen. But lately my sanctuary has been losing its luster to me, I find children’s toys creeping in on…

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