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How to Extend the Life of Your Christmas Tree
How to Extend the Life of Your Christmas Tree
December 17, 2014; 2:53 PM
Nothing kills the holiday mood faster than a dead, dried out tree — not only an eyesore, but a fire hazard, too. But with a little care and forethought, you can keep your Christmas tree fresher longer.
'Tis the Season for Trash?
'Tis the Season for Trash?
December 15, 2014; 10:20 AM
Americans throw away 25 percent more trash during the Thanksgiving to New Year holiday period. The added waste adds up to 25 million tons of garbage!
Stay Warm, Burn Wisely
Stay Warm, Burn Wisely
December 15, 2014; 10:17 AM
Brrr! When the temperature goes down outside, fireplaces and wood-burning stoves can take away the chill inside.
How to Trim a Tree
How to Trim a Tree
December 13, 2014; 3:42 PM
Whether cutting storm-damaged branches and dead limbs, regulating growth or shaping a tree for aesthetic purposes, regular trimming is important to promoting a healthy, good-looking tree.
Want Glowing Skin? Try Oil Cleansing
Want Glowing Skin? Try Oil Cleansing
December 13, 2014; 12:27 PM
Most of us want to our skin to look and feel great, but there’s so much conflicting information on what’s best for it.
Winter Survival Guide: These Tips Could Help Save Your Life
Winter Survival Guide: These Tips Could Help Save Your Life
December 09, 2014; 6:25 AM
These tools, tips and essential winter kit items could help save your life if you're ever stranded in a winter storm.
Five Home Remedies to Soothe Your Cold Symptoms
Five Home Remedies to Soothe Your Cold Symptoms
December 06, 2014; 9:45 AM
Cold season is upon us – have you dodged the germy bullet so far?
Holiday Prep Survival Guide
Holiday Prep Survival Guide
November 26, 2014; 9:53 AM
From bringing home the tree to hanging the lights and spinning the Chanukah dreidel, this guide will have you saying, “Bring it on.”
The Dangers of Rooftop Snow
The Dangers of Rooftop Snow
November 20, 2014; 11:07 AM
Though a small amount of rooftop snow can act as an insulator during cold winter months, an excessive amount can cause structural damage to your home.
How to Replace a Frozen Outdoor Faucet with a Freeze-Proof One
How to Replace a Frozen Outdoor Faucet with a Freeze-Proof One
November 15, 2014; 9:57 AM
Freeze-proof outdoor faucets are the best replacement option in areas prone to freezing and low temperatures. The project requires drilling and soldering, so be sure you are confident taking on the project.
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