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10 Ways To Hide Your Trash Cans

10 Ways To Hide Your Trash Cans

10 Ways To Hide Your Trash Cans For those of us living in tight quarters where homes are right next to each other, a trash bin cover is a great way to hide unsightly cans. Or, perhaps you want your trash cans much closer to your home but don’t want …

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10 Home Remedies To Remove Skin Tags

10 Home Remedies To Remove Skin Tags

10 Home Remedies To Remove Skin Tags What is a Skin Tag? Skin tags are known by many names such as acrochordon, cutaneous papilloma, fibroepithelial polyp, soft fibroma, Templeton skin tag. A skin tag is a small flap or a piece of hanging skin. Even though they are non-cancerous, they are …

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How to Use Epsom Salt in Your Garden

How to Use Epsom Salt in Your Garden

How to Use Epsom Salt in Your Garden Epsom salts carry a lot of benefits for a variety of situations. Whether you simply need to take a restoring bath for aches and pains or you want to liven up your vegetable garden, knowing how to use these salts will give …

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10 + Ways To Use Leftover Lemon Peels

10 + Ways To Use Leftover Lemon Peels

10 + Ways To Use Leftover Lemon Peels The lemon peel, let’s be honest here, the average person doesn’t really use it. We hold onto it to squeeze the juice into our drink or bite down into the meat of the fruit and then the leavings are put to the …

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13 Trees You Should Never Plant In Your Yard

13 Trees You Should Never Plant In Your Yard

13 Trees You Should Never Plant In Your Yard For most people, the end of summer and approach of autumn means cooler temperatures, harvest time for crops, and of course, the vibrant colors of changing leaves. For those looking to grow trees or shrubs, however, the approaching fall means it …

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50 Slow Cooker Recipes To Try This Winter

50 Slow Cooker Recipes To Try This Winter Did you know you can poach, stew, braise, simmer, water bath, infuse, roast, and bake in a slow cooker? You can also reheat your dinner or keep it warm when running late.  A family needs feeding, and though breakfast and lunch, with …

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7 Old Wives Tales That Turned Out To Be TRUE

7 Old Wives Tales That Turned Out To Be TRUE

7 Old Wives Tales That Turned Out To Be TRUE Whether you hold some of these sayings as words to live by, or you’ve always considered them to be the fables of your mother or grandmother, a surprising amount of old wives’ tales are actually founded in truth. Sure, the …

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10 Ways to Naturally Lower Your Cholesterol

Lower Your Cholesterol

10 Ways to Naturally Lower Your Cholesterol As we grow and as we age, cholesterol is one pesky thing that we have to start watching out for. Over the years, this waxy, fatty substance can build up in our arteries which causes a blockage of blood flow and results in …

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6 Projects to Keep Your House Warm All Winter

6 Projects to Keep Your House Warm All Winter

6 Projects to Keep Your House Warm All Winter Has Jack Frost paid a visit to your neighborhood? Has the outside temperatures turned the inside of your home into a winter wonderland? Has soaring heating bills taken your mood out of the Christmas spirit? For many people, that time of …

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How To Make Your Own Instant Hand Warmers!

How To Make Your Own Instant Hand Warmers!

How To Make Your Own Instant Hand Warmers! Hand warmers are great for those cold winter days when you just have to be outside. Slip them into your pockets to keep your hands nice and toasty.You need a large ziploc bag, a smaller one, some water, and calcium chloride ice-melt …

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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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How To Prepare Your Garden for Winter

How To Prepare Your Garden for Winter

How To Prepare Your Garden for Winter The term “Fall gardening” doesn’t mean sitting in a lawn chair and watching the stalks of your spent vegetable plants tip over. In fact, as the summer gardening season comes to a close, the work in your garden is far from over. The …

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