how-to-design-a-home-that-will-make-you-happier

From preparing meals and entertaining friends to playing with the kids and sleeping, we spend a lot of time at home. So it goes without saying that it’s pretty important for your home to be a place that makes you happy. Here are some of the best tips and techniques to help you design a home that will keep you rested, inspired, healthy and – you guessed it – happy.

tips-FOR-home-sellers

If you’re thinking about selling your home this season follow these tips to get off and running. Making an excellent first impression is key to attracting interested buyers and selling your home quicker. If you are well prepared for the home selling process it will be less stressful, and your home is likely to sell quicker!

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grow-your-own-superfood-garden

Despite how it may appear, you don’t have to search the far corners of the Earth to find the foods that supply the vitamins and minerals that will keep you going strong. In fact, many of vegetables that really pack a nutritional punch can be grown in your very own garden! Pick up your spade and head to your garden in order to give your health a boost with the infographic “Grow Your Own Superfood Garden”!

 

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12-things-to-fix-around-the-house-before-they-get-worse

No house is perfect, but you don’t have to put up with those annoying home repairs that need fixing. These 12 projects will get you started on improving your home and hide any evidence of an accident occurring.

Apps-For-Home-Renovation

What better way to plan for your home renovation than with your smartphone? While your phone can’t replace a toolbox it can help you get a great start on those renovation and repair projects. With these handy apps you can be one step ahead in the renovation process.

8 Helpful Planning Apps for Home Renovations

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Snow-Removal

When Do You Start?

Deciding when to clear snow is not as easy to answer as it seems. The temptation is to begin clearing walkways and vehicles when the first layer of snow develops,  but additional snowfall will only negate your efforts and you will be starting all over again.