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Organizing With Binders, A Kitchen Binder

Confessions Of A Reformed Clutterbug My kitchen binder is so helpful to me that I’m in the process of splitting it into two separate binders. Taking my cue from my household management binder, I researched kitchen binders and made notes for how I wanted to set mine up. One of my best tools resulted from all that work ~ My Kitchen Notebook! I love that thing! I keep a household planner with a calendar, lists, address book and all the trimmings. I also use binders to organize different areas of…

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Professional Security Solutions vs. DIY Solutions

Home security system is one of the most expensive electronic equipment which is a headache to almost every homeowner. Unlike security solutions for commercial property such as banks that require high security in which professional installations are needed; homeowners having little technical knowledge can install this as their DIY projects and spare themselves the effort that it takes to find a trustworthy locksmith. Your home security should not be very much affected by the technique it is installed with—either professional installation or a DIY project. DIY is available for a…

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Organizing With Binders, A Garden Notebook

A Garden Notebook To Plan Your Garden & Keep Your Memories A garden notebook is just the thing to help you plan your garden ahead of time and keep all your notes, seed packets, drawings and catalogs organized. Organizing with binders is fun, practical and inexpensive. You can even be creative with a garden notebook by adding pictures of your garden successes (or maybe not so much successes) to refer to later. There may be something you want to plant again ~ or something you don’t! The pictures can also…

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Berkey Water Filter System Review: How It Can Improve Your Health

Do you like outdoor activities or want to learn how to purify your drinking water of harmful chemicals? Read further and I will show you how to use one of the best portable home water filter systems (the Berkey water filter system) to purify your tap water. In addition, I will reveal some shocking information about the water industry that they don’t want you to know. We all know that water is essential for our survival. Without access to drinking water, we will die in less than a week. Did…

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Best Product Buying Guide: Premium Full Futon Mattress for Sofa Bed Review

Why we bought a Futon: My three year old son needed a bed for his new room. We searched many options and found a twin-over-futon bunk bed that was a great value. I loved the idea of being able to read stories to my kids from the bottom bunk. Also, during the day the futon would adjust to an upright position to serve as a couch for space saving; aka more play area for my kids. My only concern about the purchase was regarding the actual futon mattress. From experience,…

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Build Your own Wood Pallet Furniture

Build your own Wooden Pallet Furniture Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on ready-made wooden furniture for your home, why not build your own Wooden Pallet Furniture for you and your family to enjoy? Maybe you’re a hobbyist looking to make some extra money on the side, or a budding Entrepreneur who likes the idea of taking wooden pallets and recycling them into functional pieces of furniture. Either way, it’s a practical idea whose time has come, and one that requires pretty basic tools you probably already have lying around…

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How to Prepare for a Winter Storm Disaster

Winter Storms Do Not Have to Spell Disaster Surviving a winter storm or winter disaster is possible. We all saw the media footage covering the winter disasters during 2013 and early 2014. Thousands upon thousands were stranded with no power. Roadways were backed up. People were sleeping in their vehicles, waiting for the snowy roads to be cleared. This article will help you to prepare for the next storm to come. Scientists are now saying that we need to expect the unexpected where weather patterns are concerned. Dramatic fluctuations in…

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Upcycling Again: Goodwill Photo Safari, with Real Life Dialogue!

Pictures instead of stuff Years ago, when I saw interesting things at the thrift store, I used to bring them home. Then one day I noticed that my flip phone had a camera built into it and a new tradition was born. About once a week, I do a Goodwill Photo Safari, and mostly I leave things on the shelf a grab some quick pix. I don’t use a flip phone these days, but my LG model is only one step up. The photos aen’t supposed to be good —…

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Twenty Four Tips for attracting more Wildlife into your Garden

Many people think of wildlife as being something that is only found in the countryside, woodlands and other wild areas of the world but even if you live in the busiest cities and towns there is a vast array of wild animals and birds to be found living among us. Some of these such as butterflies, pigeons and snails will be well known to most people and easy to spot but there are many more creatures to look out for, enjoy, interact with and offer help to. Garden wildlife, such…

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Growing and Maintaining Hedging Plants

You can easily surround your property with hedge plants and make the scenery around your place a lot greener. What’s great about hedging plants is they don’t cost must and are quite easy to plant. Also, the hedges will contribute to the structure of your garden by forming a natural boundary. When to Plant a Hedge? It all depends on what type of hedge you want to plant. For instance, it is best to plant deciduous types of hedges such as hornbeam, hawthorn, and beech from the middle of autumn…

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