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Mar
25
Protect Your Investment: Financial Tips After Buying Your First Home

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There is no denying that buying a new home is a big financial step, and now that you finally have your own roof over your head, the time has come to get your finances back in order. This can be a difficult task, as there are probably many things you have to purchase for the new place, and plenty of financial considerations to take into account, especially if you are designing your home and its interior. The important thing to keep in mind is that you have all of the time in the world to buy that new sofa...

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Mar
20
Beginner Woodworking Projects to Beautify Your Home

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Are you looking for a new hobby that will fill your home with useful items and even earn you a few bucks? Well, woodworking might be just the thing for you. Even if you’re new to the whole process, there are plenty of beginner-friendly projects you can try out before you’re ready to take on something more challenging. Searching all over the internet and consulting with woodworkers, we compiled a nice little list of simple woodworking projects that will offer easy gratification, great practice and plenty of aesthetic appeal for your home. Take a look and choose something to...

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Mar
14
Fight the need to hoard with a storage unit

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Real hoarding is the compulsive need or rather a condition that goes hand in hand with disorders like depression, OCD, and ADHD. Mind that there are five levels of clutter hoarding and, according to The National Study Group on Compulsive Disorganization, the first level is so mild that it can even mask the fact that the disorder exists. However, not all hoarders have hoarding disorder. If one truly has the issue, fighting it proposes treating the maladies it accompanies. But the only thing the majority of the so-called hoarders are infected with is mass consumerism. Emotional stability,...

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Mar
03
How to Get -- and Wisely Spend -- Money for College and University

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If you're in college or about to be, there's more than just your education to consider. You also need to think about your finances, college costs, and savings. Money is an area that can all too quickly get you into trouble, especially when you're a college student on a tight budget. Statistics on student debt are significant, and show that in 2019 student debt reached an all-time high of $1.41 trillion. That's concerning, but the biggest problem is that the numbers continue to rise.

The expenses of getting an education in the United States today aren't...

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Feb
25
Make it Squeaky Clean: Why The Laundry Room Should be Your Next Remodel

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Even though our households depend on them, we don’t give much thought to designing laundry rooms. Building codes propose no standard laundry room size, shape, or layout, so many homeowners choose to fit them into whatever space they have left after other rooms are planned out. Some even delegate them to dark basement corners or garages, both of which are neither spacious nor pleasant enough to spend more than 10 minutes in a row. To make doing your laundry less of a chore, consider these amazing laundry room remodeling tips.

What is your laundry remodel goal?

First, you need to...

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Feb
17
From Decluttering to Lighting: Office Design Hacks to Increase Productivity

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In today’s business world, there seems to be a lot of attention focused towards the employees. Companies are finally recognizing the true importance of making sure that their employees are satisfied and comfortable in their working environments. Simply put, no matter where you’re working or how long your hours are unless your working environment can fully support you, chances are that you won’t be able to fully commit to the task at hand.

That’s why companies nowadays are constantly on a lookout for ways that will allow them to improve their office design and create a comfortable and inspiring...

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Feb
13
Tips for Preventing Moving Day Injuries and Incidents

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Yes, we all know that moving represents many things! It is both a sad and exciting occasion, and above all, it is time, energy and money consuming project. It is a daunting task that sometimes can be very dangerous and the people who end up hurt the most, both physically and emotionally, are the ones who opt for a do it yourself (DIY) kind of move unprepared. So, be smart about your upcoming move, and look for help and guidance before you say goodbye to your old home. Here we share some tips and tricks on how to prevent...

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Jan
18
6 Pro Tips on How to Flip a House for Maximum Profit

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House flipping can be both lucrative and risky, but one thing is certain, it never lacks excitement. No property is the same which makes every house flipping project unique. Those who acquire more experience in this profession can juggle more than one project at the time but for a beginner, it is best to take it one step at a time. With that in mind, here are 6 pro tips to help you realize a maximum profit at the onset of your house flipping career.

Brace yourself for unexpected costs

The first issue that needs to be addressed before you...

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Jan
10
Ultimate Guide to College Scholarships - What You Should Know

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Getting a scholarship for college can make a big difference in how much you have to pay for your education. But do you know the best ways to get scholarships? Are you comfortable with the application process? What about scholarships for people who want to learn a trade or attend technical schools? Fortunately, we have the answers you're seeking. You can find the right places to apply, sort out the good from the bad, and give yourself the best chance of getting scholarships when you handle the process the right way. Here's what you need to know, so you can...

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Jan
02
Avoid Self Storage Foreclosure: Don't Lose Your Treasured Possessions

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Every year, there are thousands of storage units around the country that end up abandoned. The payments on them aren't made, the account goes into default, and the unit is eventually auctioned off to the highest bidder. Some of these units sell for a lot of money, and some of them only bring in a few dollars. Either way, you're out the things you stored in that unit and you may still owe the storage facility money for the unpaid rent, too. You might not think it could happen to you, but even a simple mistake like incorrect payment information...

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