Natural Ways Of Dealing With Pet Problems Inside Your Home

Posted on: 16 January 2015

While most pet owners adore their dog or cat it's tough to ignore the additional chores they require of you, and the challenges they present. However, there are some easy ways to overcome many of these without having to use expensive, and potentially harmful chemicals. Many all natural home remedies exist, and there's a good chance many of them are already in your kitchen, laundry room or under your sink.
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Preserving Wedding Flowers As Jewelry

Posted on: 9 January 2015

A wedding is one of the happiest times of a person's life. You can make a memento of the day to give to bridesmaids or friends, preserving some of the wedding flowers in a unique way. This is a wonderful way to say thank you and to help people remember the beauty of the day. Here are some instructions you can use to make your own piece of jewelry made from flowers from your wedding.
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4 Things To Have In Place Before Beginning Your Home Improvement Project

Posted on: 28 December 2014

Whether you were the best woodworker in your high school woodworking class or just a natural at making small fixes around the house, completing your first home improvement project will give you a sense of accomplishment like none other. After studying different floor plans and tutorials you will likely be convinced that you can pull it off, and rightfully so. There are only a couple of major considerations that you should keep in mind to stay within your budget, prevent against going over designated time allotment and keeping clutter to a minimum.
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Aerating Your Lawn: What Is It And How Do You Do It?

Posted on: 22 December 2014

If you want a good looking yard, you put a lot of work into it. You mow it, you rake it, you fertilize it, and you reseed any bare patches. While you are doing all that you should also make sure that you are aerating—one of the most beneficial aspects of lawn care.  What Is Aerating? The soil of your yard can become compacted. This is especially true if your soil is a clay soil or your yard gets a lot of foot traffic.
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