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7 Ways Your Bathroom Is Making You Sick

Your bathroom is easily one of the more problematic places in your house as far as the potential for getting diseases is concerned. This is called a “disease vector” and any time you expel any material from your body, or anyone else does, there’s a potential for diseases to be spread around as a result. … Continue reading

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Clean House And Burn Calories

The long winter takes a toll on your house and your waistline. As the weather warms up and you start noticing the dust bunnies in the corner, you may also be seeing a few extra pounds on the scale. The good news is that you can clean the house and shed a few pounds with … Continue reading

What The Color Of Your Bedroom Says About You

Bedrooms are often the most personal rooms in peoples’ homes and color choice is a key factor in its design. It can also reveal plenty about peoples’ personalities. A dull person for instance, would easily settle for gentler color shades while boisterous and active individuals might go for the brighter bedroom colors. To help you … Continue reading

How The Air In Your Home Is Killing You

The Good and Bad of Indoor Air Quality When you own a home, there are a lot of things you have to worry about. From basic repairs to home security, it can be tough to keep up with everything. There is one thing, however, that should never fall off your radar: the quality of the … Continue reading

10 Ways To Keep Your Home Cool Without A/C

Keeping the home cool during summer can be very challenging. Today, most people use air conditioners for their homes, but not all people can afford them. So if you want to keep your home cool without air conditioners, there are many options for doing that. Let us see what those options are. 1) Allow the … Continue reading

Top Story – 5 Dangerously Amazing Natural Cleaning Tips

Sometimes the best cleaning tools are items you have around the house. You’ll know as well as I do how expensive cleaning products can be, from carpet cleaners that don’t work properly to strong bleaches that leave a nasty smell for days after cleaning. Save some money by using every day home products that often … Continue reading

The Top 10 Unwritten Laws of Public Bathroom Usage

1. The bathroom stall walls are not there for artistic expression. Bathroom graffiti has lost some of its outlaw edge, due to places in many cities that allow outdoor graffiti. All bathroom graffiti does is demean you art and make the bathroom look filthier. 2. It is best to keep your eyes forward at every … Continue reading

Do Men Spend More Time In The Kitchen Than Women?

If you believe the traditional stereotype, the kitchen has always been a woman’s territory. Advertising has reinforced this image by using female characters to demonstrate everything from food to domestic kitchen appliances. Times are changing, however, as several recent studies reveal that modern women actually spend a little less time in the kitchen than men. … Continue reading

5 Creative Ways to Hide Clutter

It’s easy to accumulate clutter in your home irrespective of its size. Whether you live in a one bedroom apartment or a five bedroom home, at some point you will have a build-up of unnecessary clutter. Even the tidiest of homeowners can suffer from an overcrowded counter or messy closet. These five simple tips can … Continue reading

What Really Grinds My Gears: Unflushed Poop in the Toilet

You know what really grinds my gears? When people don’t flush the toilet after they finish using it. I’m not talking about public bathrooms, I’m talking about residential here. Oh, and I’m way beyond being merely annoyed at seeing yellow water in the toilet. After being accused of not flushing during a social gathering at a total … Continue reading

Get Ready for Winter-Six Important Steps

Did the black fuzzy caterpillars look more fuzzy this year?  Does your dog have a heavier coat?  These are supposedly the natural signs of a bad winter on its way, but whether or not they have happened, and whether or not they work as harbingers of a cold winter, it is always a good idea … Continue reading

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