Home Life

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Life Hacks

20 Rubber Band Hacks to Simplify Your Life

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Bet you didn't know that rubber bands had so many unexpected uses. Here are 20 hacks that can help you solve everyday problems. 1. Open Tight Jar Lids Sometimes a jar lid can be too tight...
Flower Arrangements

Reasons to Choose Green Vases for Flower Arrangements

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Until recently I had always chosen to display fresh flowers in a clear glass vase or one of clear, cut crystal. Then, after receiving a long-stemmed bouquet as a gift, and not having anything...
Uses for Twine

DIY Ideas Using Baker’s Twine

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Baker's twine is one of the most versatile crafting articles. Initially, it was used by bakers to wrap up freshly baked bread and cakes. Typically a bakers twine was white with red stripes on...

Farm-Fresh Design

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Finding Home Interior Design Ideas at the Farmers' Market You could buy your groceries in a big, fluorescent lit, super-air-conditioned grocery store, not knowing where the produce was grown, or how far it had to...
Hardwood Floors

Can My Hardwood Floors Be Saved?

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Did you buy an older home with gorgeous hardwood floors? Did you recently have a flood or other floor trauma, and now you're wondering if your beautiful flooring can be restored? Some wood floors...
Uses for Toothpaste

16 Everyday Uses for Toothpaste

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There's a wonder product sitting in your bathroom cabinet. Yes, it's toothpaste and you don't only have to use it to brush your teeth. Toothpaste has some amazing household and personal uses. These 16...
Save Money

10 Tips to Help You Save Money on Groceries

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Think you need to spend a bundle to eat healthy foods? These tips will help you stay on-budget and prepare wholesome meals that the whole family will love. 1. Eat before you shop. You're less likely...
Wood Flooring

Wood Flooring for Pet Owners

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Wood flooring and pets are not mutually exclusive. Pets, particularly dogs, are notorious for scratching up wood flooring. They can slip on wood flooring too, especially when they get older. However, most scratches and slips can...
Organize Fridge

12 Smart and Cheap Ways to Organize Your Refrigerator

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How often do you find yourself sifting through your refrigerator looking for the little jar of jam your mother gave you just the other day? Everything is so cluttered you end up just giving...
Uses for Banana Peels

23 Amazing Uses for Banana Peels

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Banana is a fruit commonly found in most households. Yet - we never realize the diverse benefits and uses that this fruit has. Apart from being a fantastic source of potassium, banana peels are...
Colonial Shutters

Colonial Shutters

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Historically Accurate Hurricane Protection for Savannah, Georgia Savannah, Georgia was founded in 1733. It is an old city steeped in history. The city has one of the biggest National Historic Landmark Districts in the entire...
Buying an Historic Home

Things to Consider When Buying an Historic Home

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There are many things to think about and understand when purchasing a home. And when purchasing an historic home, that list often gets much longer. There can be significant differences between newer and older,...
Cast Iron

Determining The Authenticity of Cast Iron

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Resilient to abuse and versatile by nature, 'Cast' iron was so named because it is made by 'casting' (pouring) molten iron into a mold. The 1830's through the middle of the 1850's was a...
Decorating

Layer Your Bed

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The mood of the bedroom starts with the bed. Your bed is typically the largest piece of furniture in your bedroom and therefore your eye is automatically drawn there first. Here is where your...
Reading

5 Ways to Create a Cozy Reading Nook for Kids

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Think reading needs to be relegated to the couch or a bed? With a little creativity, you can create cozy reading nooks the whole family can enjoy. Here are some tips from Charlotte Teeple,...