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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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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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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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14 Bread Baking Tips for Success

14 Bread Baking Tips for Success

14 Bread Baking Tips for Success The smell of freshly baked bread is intoxicating. It moves through your house, making it impossible to not take a slice as soon as it comes out of the oven. Our ancestors baked bread daily, and it was a staple part of their diet. …

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15 DIY Platform Bed Ideas

15 DIY Platform Beds Ideas

15 DIY Platform Bed Ideas what makes a platform bed perfect for your home? When you are looking for a new bed for you home there are normally so many options to choose from, there are beds that fold up like a Murphy bed for example, beds that use a …

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6 Ways to Kill Mold Naturally

6 Ways to Kill Mold Naturally

6 Ways to Kill Mold Naturally Mold can appear anywhere in your house like basements and window sills. Bathroom windows are particularly vulnerable to mold because of the high exposure to moisture. Any window sill can develop mold though, especially if it lacks proper caulk avoid moisture seeping inside. If …

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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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Creative Ways To Rejuvenate Old Jeans

20 Insanely Creative Ways To Rejuvenate Old Jeans

20 Insanely Creative Ways To Rejuvenate Old Jeans How much do you spend on a pair of blue jeans?  You can spend anything from 10 up to well sky is the limit. I spend around $30-$40.  Jeans do last a long time if you look after them but they will be …

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20 Tiny Bedroom Hacks That Make the Most of Your Space

20 Tiny Bedroom Hacks That Make the Most of Your Space

20 Tiny Bedroom Hacks That Make the Most of Your Space It seems like every home could use a little more space, but small homes really need a helping hand when it comes to making the residence feel comfortable and uncluttered. These 20 idea can help you feel like you finally have more room …

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48 Abandoned Shops Are Transformed Into Homes

48 Abandoned Shops Are Transformed Into Homes

48 Abandoned Shops Are Transformed Into Homes Does it feel like it is time for a change in your life? Are you ready to move or want something different? Do you need to save money on rent? You should consider small lofts as a home! Is Living in a 225sq-ft …

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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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20 Frugal Ways to Keep Your House Warm 

20 Frugal Ways to Keep Your House Warm

20 Frugal Ways to Keep Your House Warm  It’s a very nice tradition to present gifts to owners of a new home – a “housewarming,” but did you know that you can extend this custom anytime you significantly make a change to your home? Yes, you can, so, take the …

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