Category: Home Improvement

watering flowers

How to Make Your Garden Conserve Water

There are many benefits to making your garden more conservative in its water consumption. Not only will you do some good for the environment and could contribute to staving off a water shortage, but you can also give your garden a unique appeal, all while saving as much as $30-$70 on your water bills. So

Read More
woman working from home

Working from Home: How to Stay Productive and Motivated

According to telecommuting trends, there are 5 million workers in the United States who are currently working from home. It comprises 3.6% of the workforce population. Aside from this, data revealed that 35% of employees wish to change their current jobs to land a full-time remote one. These figures show that several people want to

Read More
green leaves

The Wonders of the Roman Specularia Still Lives On

Gardening is an ancient art, and many historians believe that it originated when humans started domesticating plants and developing agriculture. Forest-gardening is the oldest form of art, and mostly it involved family groups that gradually discovered which plants were useful. Eventually, these were the only ones grown inside courtyards, which ultimately led to the domesticated

Read More
driveway of house

Surefire Ways to Boost Your Driveway’s Aesthetics

A home’s exterior matter, as it helps create a first impression. If your home lacks curb appeal, then no one will spare time to appreciate the house you’ve come to love and invest a lot in. This is especially true when you have guests coming over or if you are trying to sell the house.

Read More
living room

Home Decor Ideas to Make an Old Home Look New

Every home needs a good sprucing up every once in a while. Whether you’re fixing it up to sell or simply just want to update your living space, there’s plenty of ways to transform your old, outdated home from drab to fab. Here are some simple and easy home decor ideas to try out: Sand

Read More
tennis ball

Fun Social Distancing Games You Can Play

We miss the outdoors. We especially miss hanging out with our family and friends for some fun activities. As things turn for the better, we still need to practice social distancing to protect ourselves from the health risks posed by COVID-19. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t resume playing our favorite games. Here are some

Read More
Organized living room

Keeping Your Home Organized in Four Easy Ways

There’s nothing that makes a house look more unappealing than clutter. Plus, having a messy living space can take a toll on your mental and emotional health. Research shows that those who would describe their houses as cluttered had higher levels of cortisol, the body’s stress hormone. Imagine coming home to a place filled with piles

Read More
home construction

How to Live Safely in the House With Ongoing Construction

There are many advantages to moving out of your house while construction is ongoing, such as not having to deal with the noise and dust. However, not all families can move out during such a time. If you have construction ongoing at home (that doesn’t require you to move out), here are some tips that

Read More

Home Design Choices that are Both Functional and Cost-Effective

Many homeowners spend thousands of dollars designing their homes to make them warm, inviting, and welcoming. But if you’re not keen on spending money on items that are purely for aesthetic purposes, fear not. There are fixtures in your home that may not only have aesthetic value but also serve a cost-effective function in your

Read More

Planning to Age in Place? Make Sure You Do This One Step

The Sunshine State has one of the highest concentrations of older adults in the United States. According to the Census Bureau, the number of people 65 years old and above in Florida grew by 3.4% from 2017 to 2018. By 2030, the group will account for 32.5% of the residents. While a good number of

Read More
Scroll to Top