Make Your Home a Sanctuary – Even If COVID-19 Arrives on Your Doorstep

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Winter has brought with it a resurgence in COVID-19 cases. And while the rollout of preventive vaccines has begun, the manufacture and delivery of sufficient doses to inoculate all Americans will take months. Because...

4 Ways to Celebrate National Cut Your Energy Cost Day

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National Cut Your Energy Costs Day, celebrated on January 10, 2021, is a day to observe and look at how you can start reducing your energy bill in the year ahead. It’s not only...

Continuing Last Year’s Garden Plans

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Thinking back over 2020 - One thing that really stood out to me was the incredible interest in gardening, in landscaping, in raising chickens, and in all things outside during the time that we...

Time to Divide Bulbs and Perennials

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This time of year is the perfect time to divide perennials and plant bulbs. If has been at least three years or longer since you have divided, it’s time to do it again! Dividing gives...

5 Ways to Make Your Home a Healthier Place to Be

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Our homes are our sanctuaries. It’s more important than ever to ensure your home is a safe and healthy environment for you and your family. Indoor air quality can have a negative effect on...

5 Fun DIY Craft Projects for Fall

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Give your home a warm and cozy vibe this fall with a few DIY projects that are sure to add seasonal cheer to any space. Whether you’re looking for a rainy day activity to...

Home Projects That Don’t Require a Professional

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While spending more time at home, you may have noticed the little things that need to be fixed, and small ways you can improve the appearance and functionality of your home. So why not...

Irrigating Your Lawn With The Soak and Cycle Method

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Last week I talked about the wonders of drip irrigation, mulch, and watering deeply with less frequency. This works best for shrubs and flower beds. But the lawn doesn’t get watered with drip irrigation. So...

4 Home Maintenance Tips to Keep the Outdoors Outside

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Even avid nature lovers will agree that not all aspects of the outdoors belong inside one’s home. While bugs, mud and allergens will sneak their way into interior spaces, the steps you take to...

Irrigating your landscape

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This past week, I spent an afternoon with my son playing golf. Please understand that while we were playing golf, I am not a golfer. We played from 2 pm to 6 pm, and...