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30 Dec The Kitchen: Remodeling the Gathering Place

Remodel your kitchenIt seems that everyone spends more and more time in the kitchen, even as the home-cooked meal declines. It has become the living room of yesterday, full of televisions, food, and family. On average, you will walk about 61 miles in your kitchen per year. Traditionally, women used to spend a lot of time in the kitchen preparing meals and cleaning up after the family. However, as many women today have careers, men are spending more time in the kitchen — whether that is scouring for food, or helping to cook, prepare, and clean up after meals.
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22 Dec Quick Tips For Bathroom Organization

Shelves in bathroomIt may seem like your bathroom is overflowing with personal hygiene products, makeup, towels, medicine, hair styling tools, etc. It is time to take responsibility and take back your bathroom. It only takes a few minutes and a few tools to clean up your space, so what are you waiting for? Follow the four tips below to organize your bathroom today.
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11 Dec Decorate Your Kitchen For Christmas

Christmas KitchenThere are four kinds of people in this world. The first is a group called the It’s Not Even Halloween But I Still Put Up Christmas Decorations Enthusiasts (this group tends to include department stores in its ranks). The second, the Day After Halloween Means Christmas Crowd (In this group we also lump the Day After Thanksgiving Means Christmas Organization, as they use prior holidays to justify when they can begin decorating). The third is a group called Too Lazy To Take Down Christmas Troop (the group that has their decorations up year round, not due to their personal excitement for the holiday, but sheer laziness). The last group, the How Did Christmas Sneak Up On Me It’s Two Weeks Away And I Haven’t Even Started Planning Gang is the category that most people belong to. If you have procrastinated decorating for Christmas, don’t worry! We are here to help you out. Below are 5 easy tips to help you decorate your kitchen for Christmas in a jiffy.
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01 Dec Hide Your Christmas Presents in the Kitchen

hiding presentsTrying to figure out creative, yet secret places to hide gifts from your kids can seem like quite the chore! As your children age, the more clever they are and they are more likely to find your hiding places. While some of the best hiding places include the attic, the neighbor’s house, and your workplace, today we will discuss a fabulous place to hide your children’s presents that you probably didn't think of — your kitchen. Chances are, unless they are helping you cook, your children won’t be playing in your kitchen cupboards. Doing dishes is a chore, so why would they voluntarily submit themselves to search through the cabinets? Read on for four clever places that you can hide presents in your kitchen.
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22 Nov 5 Ways to Make Your Bathroom Look Cleaner

clean bathroomYour ideal bathroom always communicates “clean,” yet the bathroom is one of the hardest rooms to keep up with in the home. Outside of everyday cleaning, it can help to organize and decorate your bathroom in such a way that it regularly looks clean—even when it hasn’t just had a thorough. Here are some ways that you can improve your bathroom’s clean look.
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01 Nov Essential Kitchen Tools for Thanksgiving

roasting turkeyIf you’re going to be doing any food prep in your kitchen on Thanksgiving day—and chances are you will be—you’ll want to make sure you have the right tools on hand. Here is a brief, yet comprehensive guide to the kitchen utensils that come in handy especially when preparing a Thanksgiving dinner.
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22 Oct RTA Cabinets for Your Modern Bathroom

Back in July we covered 5 reasons to get ready-to-assemble cabinets for your bathroom, including easy installation, cost-effectiveness, high quality, a great new look, and plenty of storage space. Now, for those looking to give their bathrooms a modern update, here are five ways that...

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