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Gun Safety Begins at Home

The worst type of tragedy is the one that’s preventable. Every year, 1,500 children and teens in the United States will die from firearms. More than half of these deaths are homicides, about 600 are suicides, and roughly one hundred…

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The Sun’s Rays and Your Home

As you protect your family from dangers of the sun with SPF 50, big floppy hats, and swim shirts, consider what that same hot ball of heat is doing to your furniture. With the summer sun beating down, it’s timely…

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Bedroom Do-overs Made Simple

Now that summer is here and family schedules are a little more flexible, it’s the perfect time to take on a kids’ room redecorating project. Collaboration is key, and most kids are excited by the idea of updating their space…

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Simple Change Has a Big Impact

While the kitchen was once considered a workspace, hidden in the rear of a house, it’s now become a gathering place – a central area where friends and family congregate for cooking, eating, and often, craft time and family game…

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Expert Tips for Small-Scale Gardening

My daughter and her 2-year-old son garden on their deck. While they don’t exactly slay the grocery bill with their bounty, they do enjoy the time spent together. My grandson checks on the ripening strawberries and is curious about the…

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Embrace the Faux

When it comes to changing the look of a room, it’s hard to beat painting. The possible combinations of colors and techniques are virtually endless, especially when you incorporate faux techniques that mimic different materials. Simple faux projects are within…

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5 Keys to Delightful Décor

If your children are anything like mine, they’re asking to bring out the Halloween bins in August and the Christmas decorations in October. Though our children’s enthusiasm can be contagious, not everyone enjoys decorating or wants to make it a…

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Organized for Learning Success

We send our kids off to school with great intentions, but most of us can attest to the fact that homework can get out of control fast. School supplies scattered all over the house, lost papers, late assignments, the poster…

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Local Recycling, Global Significance

Until recently, when China stopped accepting certain commodities such as mixed paper because of what they deemed poor quality, the country was the largest importer of recyclable material in the world. In fact, nearly all of the paper and cardboard…

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