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Budget Countertop Ideas

Budget Countertop Ideas

Budget Countertop Ideas Everybody would love to have a gorgeous new kitchen, but spending $1000s remodel is not an option for so many of us. With home values not rising as they once did, investing in a high-end custom kitchen may not make economic sense. The good news is there are some ways …

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6 Common Reasons Why Your Hens Stop Laying

6 Common Reasons Why Your Hens Stop Laying

6 Common Reasons Why Your Hens Stop Laying Most people who keep a backyard flock do so for the delicious, farm-fresh eggs. It’s always concerning when the hens suddenly stop laying. In addition to the inconvenience when there suddenly aren’t eggs for breakfast, there’s the anxiety that perhaps something is …

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5 Way To Keep Ticks Out of Your Garden

5 Way To Keep Ticks Out of Your Garden

5 Way To Keep Ticks Out of Your Garden Ticks may appear small and nonthreatening, but the array of potential consequences if they bite you are extensive and serious. In certain specific geographic U.S. locations, nearly half of the tick population is infected with disease. You’ve probably heard of Lyme …

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How to Make Maple Syrup

How to Make Maple Syrup

How to Make Maple Syrup If you are one of many people, over priced grocery costs of common fridge items fill you with disgust. Commonly people turn to sales and couponing to try to save as much money as they can while buying needed grocery items. If you can relate …

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How to Wash and Whiten Yellowed Pillows

Wash and Whiten Yellowed Pillows

How to Wash and Whiten Yellowed Pillows Just picture yourself folding your laundry and moving over to your pillow sheets. As you start to slip the pillowcase on, you notice something. Are those yellow stains on your favorite pillow? Yuck! It’s never a good feeling to think that the things …

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How to Repair a Cracked Drywall Ceiling

Cracked-Drywall-Ceiling

How to Repair a Cracked Drywall Ceiling  We all know that one person who refuses to manually do home repairs. That’s what a company is for, isn’t it? In reality, doing repairs yourself may be a plausible, better choice! Is that a Crack? Doing handy work at home can be …

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13 Creative ways To Reuse Ammo Cans

13 Creative ways To Reuse Ammo Cans

13 Creative ways To Reuse Ammo Cans Ammo cans are normally used for the safe transfer of ammo by the military. Due to their sturdy nature, durable material, and resealable covers, ammo cans can also be used for a variety of household purposes. It’s for this reason that used ammo cans are …

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20 Budget Curb Appeal Ideas Anyone Can Do

20 Budget Curb Appeal Ideas Anyone Can Do

20 Budget Curb Appeal Ideas Anyone Can Do If you are looking to sell your home or just give your home a bit more curb appeal then this is the article for you. You need your home’s curb appeal to make a great first impression to everyone, including potential home buyers. …

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Homemade All-Natural Cleaning Recipes

23 Homemade All-Natural Cleaning Recipes

23 Homemade All-Natural Cleaning Recipes There are a few reason why we should be making our own cleaning product, 1 it can save you money, 2 you can control the ingredients which will eliminate the toxins found in most store brought cleaners today.  I love being as green as I …

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10 Vintage Life Hacks From The 1900s That Actually Still Work

9 Vintage Life Hacks From The 1900s That Actually Still Work

10 Vintage Life Hacks From The 1900s That Actually Still Work In the late 1880s, cigarette manufacturers began inserting stiffening cards into their paper packs of cigarettes to strengthen the containers. It wasn’t long before they got the idea to put artwork, trivia, famous people, and pretty girls onto those cards, …

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6 Practical Uses for Wood Ash Around the Homestead

6 Practical Uses for Wood Ash Around the Homestead

6 Practical Uses for Wood Ash Around the Homestead Burning your scrap wood in the winter months can provide a source of heat and an opportunity to gather friends and family around the fire. It’s a great way to clear brush build up and keep your home warm on cold …

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