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7 Easy Ways to Upgrade Your Home for Less Than $40

I don’t know about you but my house is looking a little rough around the edges after a long winter. I’ll be trying some of these low-cost ways to make a fresh start where needed. Maybe you can also use some of these low-cost items to brighten up your humble abode. All of these items …

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How To Make Your Own DIY Beard Oil

Every man’s beard timeline is different. It takes some guys a week to go from clean-shaven to lumberjack. For others, it takes a month just to get past the stubble phase. But regardless of how long it takes you to grow a beard, one thing is for sure: Once your beard starts getting long, you …

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9 Home Repairs You Shouldn’t Put Off

While we’re enjoying the summer season, playing in our gardens, grilling and chilling, we must also come to the reality that no matter how much we want for it to, summer will not last forever. Now is the perfect time to start on that to-do list we may have been putting off before the cold …

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How Long Things Last

• Appliances The life expectancy of a typical appliance depends to a great extent on the use it receives. Moreover, appliances are often replaced long before they are worn out because changes in styling, technology and consumer preferences make newer products more desirable. Of the major appliances in a home, gas ranges have the longest …

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50 Ways to Feel Rich without Spending Money

You might be low on the dough, but that doesn’t mean you can’t feel like a million bucks. There are plenty of ways to feel rich without spending any money at all. Whether you’re seeking an adventure or just want to look a little glam, we have you covered with 50 ways to feel as …

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15 Uses for Rubbing Alcohol

1. Clean mirrors: Using rubbing alcohol as a mirror cleaner is great for its quick evaporation. 2. Clean dry erase boards: Rubbing alcohol cuts through all the marker buildup on your whiteboard. Pour a little on a paper towel and wipe. 3. Natural degreaser: Along with being a great disinfectant, rubbing alcohol is tough on …

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