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Archives: October 2015

  1. Organizational Tips to Clean out Garage

    There’s a good chance you know people who have so much stuff piled up and stored in their garage that they can’t even fit their vehicles inside. Or maybe, you are that person? Garages tend to be a drop zone for items people don’t have space for inside of their homes – suitcases, sports equipment, old books, etc. If you...
  2. Decor Ideas for Outdoor Autumn Parties

    Every party requires a degree of planning around the space, setup, menu, and entertainment. But outdoor autumn parties may require more attention. Not only do you want guests to feel warm and cozy, you can also show that using the great outdoors to host a social gathering in cooler temperatures is actually a great idea! The main red flag for...
  3. Build a Versatile Lemonade Stand for Multiple Uses

    Running a lemonade stand is a great way for kids to learn a many important life lessons. Not only do they develop financial and communications skills, but also build their self-confidence and harness the power of their imagination when it comes to their display. The advantages of operating a lemonade stand can even start during the building stage for Weekend...
  4. Identifying and Addressing Unpleasant Household Smells

    Foul smells at home can be a big nuisance. Your home is the one space where you can truly relax after a long day, and being bothered by off-putting odors is the last thing anyone wants to deal with. So how can you identify and address unpleasant household smells quickly for the safety and sanitation of the house? Here are...
  5. DIY: How to Stencil Your Walls

    One of the easiest ways for any DIYer to display their personality is through wall stenciling. This idea may be especially appealing to renters because stenciling involves paint alone, while applying wallpaper involves glue and may not be easy to remove once you are ready to move. Stenciling on the walls can also be repainted and redone to update the...
  6. How to Make Outdoor Space Usable for Your Business During Winter

    Outdoor business operations in frigid temperatures and precipitation may seem off-putting to your customers at first glance, but as a business owner you can seize the opportunity to embrace winter weather. Restaurants, cafes, retail shops, and companies in various industries need only to make the temperature and environment of the outdoors customer-friendly. Creating an outdoor space for business in the...
  7. Tips for Adding a Mudroom to Your House

    A mudroom is helpful space for any home, especially for families with children. A mudroom often acts as a buffer zone where sand, snow, leaves, and elements from nature can be left behind when entering the house. A mudroom also means extra storage space, coat hooks, shoe racks, and a place where a degree of disorganization is expected. Instead of...
  8. Prepare the Exterior of your Home for Winter

    Don’t wait until the first day of freezing temperatures to secure the exterior of your home for winter. If you haven’t already prepared the yard and house exterior for freezing temperatures, make it a priority now. The safety of your family and your home may depend on it. Below are several guidelines in terms of what you should be doing...

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