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Clever Ideas on Making Your Camping Trip More Comfortable

The thought of reconnecting with nature and forgetting the noise of the city already sounds so alluring. People camp for different reasons. Tuning with nature and their inner peace is one of them. A few do it for tradition, having had grandparents and parents who have an insatiable love for camping. Others camp with the …

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Boosting Curb Appeal: 10 Ideas to Improve Your Home’s Exterior

Everyone wants a house that looks and feels comfortable inside and out, but they have to know how to design it accordingly. Some homes look big and grand, but the design seems bland. Meanwhile, other houses have elaborate ornamentation that does not blend with the theme. How do you make your exterior look amazing? Do …

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Brain Fog: How to Reduce This Long COVID-19 Symptom

Over a year after a pandemic was declared by the World Health Organization (WHO), scientists are still uncovering discoveries about COVID-19. The virus that has already infected millions worldwide continues to reveal new surprises, including aftereffects that last for several months after initially testing positive for the illness. Experts found definitive proof that symptoms of …

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Reducing Crime: How Renovating Buildings Can Reduce Crime in Communities

Your community is where you should feel safe against the external forces of the world. It should be a place where crime shouldn’t reach your family and yourself. It should be a place where you can feel comfortable going down the street. However, how would you feel if your neighborhood was filled with dilapidated homes …

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Ideas for Helping Low-Income Communities Through CSR

Studies show that in 2020, the number of people living below the poverty line in the United States was about 37.25 million. This is a big number—one that represents more than 10 percent of the nation’s overall population. Regardless of where your company’s headquarters is located, it’s likely you won’t be hard-pressed to find neighborhoods …

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Adding Value to Your House before You Sell It

These days, there is a notable shift in real estate buyers’ priorities, particularly among first-time home buyers. Buyers of today, generally, have a more laid-back lifestyle, as apparent in what they look for in the homes they want to buy. There now is less concern about traditional design styles and layouts. Instead, current home buyers seek the …

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Pet-friendly Homes: 3 Ways to Create a Safe and Comfortable Pet Sanctuary

Many people want their homes to be as safe, clean, and comfortable as possible for human occupants. They take time, money, and effort to apply home improvements to boost the aesthetic appeal and overall house value. Those living in extreme weather conditions rely on moisture mitigation systems such as advanced industry-standard ASTM F3010 flooring solutions. With …

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Do Pesticides Damage the Soil?

The most nagging insects that infest homes and yards are mosquitoes, but which can be controlled via pesticide and non-pesticide methods. With the pesticide method, three different types of chemicals are used—either larvicides, adulticides, or synergists. Larvicides are used for larvae, adulticides for adult mosquitoes, and synergists to optimize adulticides. Mosquitoes are bound to infest your area if uncontrolled but are pesticides the right option? …

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