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My name is Terri and I live in an urban area in central Georgia, USA. I'm a mom to three kids, a dog, 2 cats, 2 parakeets, 2 lovebirds, and other small aquatic pets. My hobbies include photography, reading, binge-watching movies, crocheting, D.I.Y. projects of every kind, gardening, hiking, glamping, and camping. I love to travel and go sightseeing. My coffee pot is my lifeline.
Finding The Top Lip Gloss Brand Name For Your Business
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Finding The Top Lip Gloss Brand Name For Your Business

How to Filter Water for the Cleanest Water at Your Home
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How to Filter Water for the Cleanest Water at Your Home

How to Improve Antenna Signal for Better Reception In Your Home
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How to Improve Antenna Signal for Better Reception In Your Home

Expert Advice For Hairline Tattoos
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Expert Advice For Hairline Tattoos

Top Tips to Make Your Moving Process Quicker
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Top Tips to Make Your Moving Process Quicker

Potential Side Effects Associated With CBD Oil For Dogs
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Potential Side Effects Associated With CBD Oil For Dogs

How Long Does it Take to Build a House? The Typical Time Frame
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How Long Does it Take to Build a House? The Typical Time Frame

4 Spanish Inspired Home Décor Updates As the coronavirus crisis continues, with countries around the world imposing hefty quarantine periods on anyone entering the country, it’s unlikely that anyone will be vacationing abroad this year. Here are four ways you can introduce Spanish-inspired updates to your home décor so that you can at least pretend you’re on the Costa Blanca rather than in lockdown. Moroccan tiles If you’ve ever been to southern Spain, Andalucía, in particular, you might have been surprised by the amount of seemingly Arabic architecture. This is due to the occupation of parts of Spain during the Middle Ages by a group of North African Muslims known as the Moors. The Moors ruled in Spain for several hundreds of years and left behind a huge legacy with their influence seen in, amongst other things, food, architecture, and music. Their legacy can be seen in the enduring popularity of Moroccan tiles in Spanish architecture. Why not add your own Moroccan tiles? The kitchen is the perfect place, but they also make a pretty addition to your garden. White paint While you can make updates to your current home, have you considered the thought of purchasing a home in Spain itself and updating your living environment rather than just your house? While you won’t be able to travel to it yet, you can set the wheels in motion by looking at BRIGHT villa alcuz cuz. However, if you can’t wait to move, then there is one simple change that you can make to your home to make it feel like you are already in a Spanish home: using white paint. In the hot summers of southern Spain, were temperatures can commonly reach 104 degrees Fahrenheit, white paint can help in reflecting the sun’s rays, thereby keeping the building cool. This is a design feature common in hot climates all over the world. While your own home might not endure such extreme temperatures, you can easily get the Mediterranean style with a paintbrush and a tin of white paint. Window shutters Most Spanish villas have blinds and window shutters. While this can be put down to cultural preference, keeping window shutters closed during the hottest part of the day provides another method of keeping your home cool. Although this might not be such a concern for you, depending on your local climate, window shutters do have other benefits. Closed shutters can act as a deterrent for potential burglars, and they can improve your sleep by keeping your room dark. With blinds and window shutters available in a range of materials and attractive designs, you can easily add this interesting piece of Spanish home décor to your own home. Palm trees One of the most evocative images of Spain is the Spanish villa surrounded by palm trees. Just seeing a palm tree conjures the idea of warm beach vacations and a glass of sangria! To add a tropical touch at home, why not plant a few palm trees in your garden? They are surprisingly hardy in cooler environments, and with the right care and maintenance are sure to thrive. Or, if you’d prefer, there are smaller varieties of palm trees that are popular choices as house plants. With around 2,600 species of palm trees, the key is to do your research before buying.
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Four Spanish inspired home décor updates

7 Top Tips For Hosting A BBQ At Home
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7 Top Tips For Hosting A BBQ At Home

Casino game review of Lucha Legends Slot
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Casino game review of Lucha Legends Slot

An all-encompassing roulette strategy
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An all-encompassing roulette strategy

8 Reasons to Have Your Pets Professionally Groomed
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8 Reasons to Have Your Pets Professionally Groomed

5 of The Best Anabolic Steroids to Buy in the UK
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5 of The Best Anabolic Steroids to Buy in the UK

The Look and Durability of Cast Concrete Home Furnishings
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The Look and Durability of Cast Concrete Home Furnishings

How to Become a Teacher that Leads
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How to Become a Teacher that Leads

What to Consider When Preparing for Emergencies
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What to Consider When Preparing for Emergencies

How to Increase the Size of Your Garage?
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How to Increase the Size of Your Garage?

The Best And Most Profitable Blog Niches To Start Right Now
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The Best And Most Profitable Blog Niches To Start Right Now

How do you stop mold growing on walls?
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How do you stop mold growing on walls?

Pexels Source CCO License
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Here Are The Disasters To Avoid At Your Wedding

5 Important Ways to Keep Yourself Safe While Working At Construction Site
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5 Important Ways to Keep Yourself Safe While Working At Construction Site

Maintaining an Angora Ferret as A Pet.
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Maintaining an Angora Ferret as A Pet.

The 5 Tough Decisions When Planning any Wedding
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The 5 Tough Decisions When Planning any Wedding

Things To Remember When Getting A Dog
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Things To Remember When Getting A Dog

5 Ways to Tune Up Your Summer Skin
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5 Ways to Tune Up Your Summer Skin

Top Dogs! 3 Best Dogs for Unbeatable Home Security and Protection
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Top Dogs! 3 Best Dogs for Unbeatable Home Security and Protection

Let's Ensure You Look Like Royalty On Your Wedding D
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Let’s Ensure You Look Like Royalty On Your Wedding Day

Home Styling & Staging: 7 Reasons It's Worth Your Time
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Home Styling & Staging: 7 Reasons It’s Worth Your Time

10 Effective Tips to Keep Bugs out of Your House for Good
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10 Effective Tips to Keep Bugs out of Your House for Good

What Does Cultivation Mean (And Why Does It Matter?)
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What Does Cultivation Mean (And Why Does It Matter?)

Is Getting Your Windows Professionally Cleaned Worth the Money?
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Is Getting Your Windows Professionally Cleaned Worth the Money?

Things to know before you drill a well
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Things to know before you drill a well

Is There Such A Thing As A Low-Maintenance Pet?
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Is There Such A Thing As A Low-Maintenance Pet?