Putting in a Fall Garden

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Think gardening is only for spring and summer? Not true! You can grow late-season veggies and keep harvesting until it turns cold. In some areas of the country, even longer.Consult your local garden center, or...
Eco-Friendly DIY Cleaning

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Whether you’re going green for the health of a family member or pet, or you are trying to save money on cleaning products, or you’re doing a good turn for the earth, making your own cleaning...
Low Maintenance Plants for Your Home

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Adding green plants to your home can not only make it more comfortable and beautiful, they can reduce stress. Being around nature has a calming effect, but only if there’s no stress involved in caring...
How to Make Your Home Pet Friendly

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You can make your home safe, comfortable, and fun for your furbabies. Before you start, think about your pet’s routines, needs, and wants. Is your pet older and needs accessibility? Is your pet...
Spend Labor Day Weekend Doing This

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Labor Day is seen by many as a day not to work. But originally, Labor Day was created to celebrate work itself. This national holiday has been observed for over a hundred years. It originates from the late...
Unexpected Grilling Favorites

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Grills are not just for meat. You can grill all sorts of untraditional things on your outdoor grill this summer, and you’ll be surprised by the added flavor complexity the grill adds. Be creative with...
Eco-Friendly Building Materials Explained

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If you’re remodeling your home with sustainability in mind, there are a wide variety of eco-friendly building materials you can use for every part of your project. Your Home’s ExteriorSiding...
Get Your Home Organized for Back-to-School

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Take time to organize your home to make it easier for your kids to transition back to school. The overall goal for these school time hacks is to build your kids’ self-sufficiency, and make less work for...