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Household Tasks You Shouldn’t Forget Because of COVID-19

Some things get relegated to the back burner when there are bigger problems. With the continued fight against the coronavirus, it can feel like there isn’t any room to sweat the small stuff since there are so many adjustments that have to be done. However, all of the stress these times have built up and

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How to Get Rid of Stray Cats in Your Yard Permanently

For many homeowners, stray cats can be a problem. They can destroy your plants and ruin your beautiful lawn by sleeping in your pots, scratching, or playing with fellow stray cats. They’re carnivores, so their feces have certain parasites and pathogens that can make home-grown plants harmful to eat. And when they’re fighting or in

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Why Should You Want Trees in Your Yard?

Will you look at the things around you? What do you notice? In your home, you have a television set in every corner. There’s a sofa, a bed, a kitchen countertop, a large freezer, and a treadmill in the corner. Every area of your home is littered with things that mean something to you. How

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If Tomato Is a Fruit, Is Ketchup a Tomato Smoothie?

The other day, I came across this funny meme: I just laughed it off, but a few of my friends seriously considered this meme. After all, tomatoes are a fruit (apparently so many people search this that if you try Googling “is tomato a fruit,” Google will personally answer your question), ketchup is just a

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Landscape Remodeling: Transform Your Yard Into a Vacation Spot

The Government of Canada provides federally regulated employees with an annual vacation of at least two weeks, as long as they completed a year of employment with the company. It increases to three weeks after working for the same employer after six consecutive years. Canadian workers, however, spend more time in the office to compensate

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Starting Your Livestock Farming Business: The Dos

Starting a livestock farming business can be an exciting venture, especially if you are passionate about keeping livestock. You’ll get to enjoy tending after your animals while earning from the venture. To get a good income from your livestock farming business, you need to ensure that the livestock is kept well and the business part

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Where Are the Bees?

For many people, Utah earned the nickname the Beehive State because of its hardworking and young workforce. It, however, may have a different meaning. Utah, it turns out, has one of the most diverse bee populations in the country. About 900 species thrive in the state, according to a Utah State University study. It means

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Different Fencing Types and How to Choose the Best One for Your Home

Fences are an important part of your property. It offers protection against wild animals and potential burglars. It also provides safety for house pets and small children. At the same time, it enhances your property’s aesthetic value. In other words, having a fence installed can provide a sense of security and privacy for your home.

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The Heat Is On: Keep Your Electricity Bill Chill this Summer

The warmer times of the year has started, so you should expect the temperature to get hotter in the coming months. To counter the heat, you might be tempted to keep your AC on day and night — but that leads to higher energy bills, especially if your cooling system is inefficient. As early as

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5 Ways to Have a Beautiful Lawn

A beautiful lawn is something that almost every homeowner wants to have. The average residential lawn in the United States measures 10,871 square feet, which is why these lawns should look magnificent. The fortunate thing is small changes can have radical effects on how the lawn looks. Below are five things that can help you

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