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Moving Home When You’re Too Damn Busy!

Moving Home When You’re Too Damn Busy!

Moving Home When You’re Too Damn Busy!

Flickr We all know that moving house is one of the most stressful things anybody can undertake, but when life is so busy, that you are trying to cram the big move into a strict one day period, this can be where things get interesting! Being a busy parent can mean that there’s no time to do anything, especially if you work, which means a lot of late night packing sessions, meaning that you are drained when it comes to the day itself. So, when it comes to moving home when you’re just too damn busy, what’s the best way

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DIY Cold Sensor, BlindSpotz #Giveaway

DIY Cold Sensor, BlindSpotz #Giveaway

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Review Wire Media for BlindSpotz. The older our home becomes, the draftier it seems to be.  Or maybe I just feel the drafts more because my body is aging and my skin is thinner.  Whatever the problem is, I’m feeling drafts around my windows and doors and other areas in my home.  And I don’t even want to get started on my crazy high electric bill. However, like a lot of you, I’m on a budget. I don’t want the expense of having every inch of my home reinsulated

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7 Things Not Suitable For the Washing Machine

7 Things Not Suitable For the Washing Machine

Proper handling of your belongings is what can make them last longer and make them worth the money you have invested in the purchase. Not being careful about the items you put in your washing machine can both damage the appliance, and the items you intended to wash. I’ll try to cover some of the most common don’ts when it comes to the washing-machine loading. When the label says you shouldn’t Pretty much anything you buy has cleaning instructions on them. Your clothes and other belongings made of fabric have a label attached, outlining the exact way of washing, drying,

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How to find the best finish nailer

How to find the best finish nailer

  Nail guns are effective tools that help save time by facilitating both DIY and professional work. Your choice is vital because not all nailers are suitable for handling multiple types of tasks. These tools come in a wide variety from which to choose: gas powered cordless nailers, pneumatic finishing nailers, angular finishes and electric Brad nailer. To find the best finish nailer, workmen need to consider the nature of work involved, the type of nails, expertise in handling the tools and the materials used. Gas-powered wireless nailers use a fuel rod with a lithium-ion battery that provides long durability.

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6 Steps for a Complete Bathroom Remodel

6 Steps for a Complete Bathroom Remodel

Bathroom remodeling is one of today’s most popular home upgrades. One in 10 households remodel their bathrooms or kitchens each year, according to the National Kitchen & Bath Association. One reason bathroom remodeling is so popular is that it can yield a significant return on investment. The average bathroom remodeling cost ran to $11,364 in 2016, the NKBA’s data shows. Of those, half of homeowners invested $10,000 to $29,999 in their upgrade, and a third of homeowners paid $30,000 or more. The average return on investment for this expenditure is 80 percent, making it worthwhile for many homeowners. Because remodeling your bathroom

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