Congratulations, you are a new homeowner! Now that the home is all yours I am sure that you are looking for little ways to make it your own, this is a short list of DIY projects to do just that on a budget.
Speaking a foreign language takes some time and patience to learn. What a lot of people don’t realize is that when you use a lot of acronym’s that are common in your industry, a lot of people outside the industry don’t have an idea what those things mean.
When it comes to saving money for your home, many people look at different ways of making their homes more energy efficient. Some of those ideas include buying a new energy efficient furnace, regulating the heating and cooling during the days, or using less water.
When clutter is everywhere—on the counter, in the bedroom, under the coffee table—it can reduce productivity and increase stress. Gaining control over clutter can often feel like the first steps of gaining control over your life.
Vacations are supposed to be relaxing but getting ready for one can feel like nothing more than added stress. Checklists are a big help when it comes to remembering everything you need. One checklist you may not have thought of is the one for your home.
As you grow and progress in life, you go through many stages. In homes, you go through many of the same stages. You start in your parent’s home, then maybe get an apartment in college, a starter home as a young family, and then you get to a stage in life where you want the home of your dreams.
As one of the most used rooms in the house, the kitchen often becomes the gathering place for friends and family. To have that warm welcoming feeling takes daily effort as you work to keep this popular room clean. Here are a few unusual cleaning tips to help...