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Monthly Archives: September 2022

    The Essential Tailgating Checklist

    By Alex Bean | September 30, 2022

    There’s nothing like attending a live sporting event and experiencing the roar of the crowd, the game-changing plays, and the sweet taste of victory. However, for some, the action outside the stadium is almost as important as the game itself. Tailgating is part of American sports culture, and you’re sure to spot fans partying outside... Read More

    Make Your Yard More Pet-Friendly

    By Alex Bean | September 23, 2022

    When you’re relaxing on a lounge chair on your patio, deck, or lawn, it’s likely your pet isn’t far behind. At the same time, it’s important to keep in mind the type of environment your backyard provides for your pets and to be cautious about the plants, decorations, and other items they have access to. Read More

    3 Luxurious Lotion Bars You Can Make Yourself

    By Alex Bean | September 19, 2022

    3 Luxurious Lotion Bars You Can Make Yourself SHAREFacebookTwitterLinkedInMore There’s no denying that chilly winter air can make our skin extremely dry. Instead of suffering through the season, make these luxurious moisturizing lotion bars full of natural ingredients! Materials Saucepan Glass jar ½ cup coconut oil ½ cup beeswax ½ cup shea butter Wooden chopstick/Popsicle... Read More

    Spice Up Summer Classics

    By Shannon Grimm | September 16, 2022

    Spice Up Summer Classics SHAREFacebookTwitterLinkedInMore Summer means warm weather, slower days, and the backyard classics. The next time you’re invited to a summer soiree and need to bring a side dish, think twice before bringing your usual potato salad. These fun recipes are a fresh take on some of everyone’s summertime favorites. The Best Buffalo... Read More

    The Evolution of the American Kitchen

    By Shannon Grimm | September 14, 2022

    The Evolution of the American Kitchen SHAREFacebookTwitterLinkedInMore The kitchen is perhaps the most important place in American homes, and it has been for at least the last 100 years. It not only serves as a place to cook meals but also a gathering place for family conversation and bonding. Kitchens are also great markers of... Read More

    Pretty Painted House Numbers

    By Shannon Grimm | September 12, 2022

    Pretty Painted House Numbers SHAREFacebookTwitterLinkedInMore Flex your creativity with these simple painted house numbers. You can even repaint the tiles again and again to match your mood and the changing seasons! Materials Plain ceramic tiles Pencil Cloth Paintbrushes Acrylic paint Acrylic clear coat Directions: Wipe down the tiles with a damp cloth, and, once dry,... Read More

    Baking Conversions Every Home Cook Should Know

    By Shannon Grimm | September 9, 2022

    Baking Conversions Every Home Cook Should Know SHAREFacebookTwitterLinkedInMore Baking is a science, and like all sciences, numbers play an important role. If your baking soda is off by even one teaspoon, you could have yourself a real mess! Keep this guide of common baking conversions on hand to bake like a pro. Spoons & Cups... Read More

    8 Things Not Included in a Home Inspection

    By Shannon Grimm | September 7, 2022

    8 Things Not Included in a Home Inspection SHAREFacebookTwitterLinkedInMore The home inspection is an essential part of your home buying journey. Your inspector can identify potential problems in the house, such as foundation damage and a leaky roof, before you head to closing—giving you time to negotiate repairs. However, the inspector only conducts a basic... Read More

    Perfectly Painted Pumpkins

    By Shannon Grimm | September 5, 2022

    Perfectly Painted Pumpkins SHAREFacebookTwitterLinkedInMore Pumpkins are a decor staple for autumn. Coming in a variety of shapes and sizes, pumpkins make for a great masterpiece, especially when painted! Mirror Pumpkin on the Wall Keep the marble trend going in your fall decor.READ ARTICLE Rustic Concrete Pumpkin An industrial look makes these pumpkins uniquely modern.READ ARTICLE... Read More