Archive for May 26th, 2016

Did You Know Weed And Pest Control Methods Can Cause Cancer? Organic Lawn Care Benefits

Organic lawn care

A beautiful front lawn is like a house’s first impression. While a strong interior design or fancifully decorated backyard can lend a lot to a home’s ROI, it certainly isn’t what’s first spotted on the street or sidewalk! As such, Americans spend hundreds and even thousands of dollars every year to spruce up their lawn and leave it glowing and decadent all days of the year. However, not many know there are affordable, efficient and green ways of doing routine lawn care. Organic lawn care is the eco friendly trend that is sweeping the nation, increasingly popular for its lack of harmful chemicals and brilliant results. Let’s take a look at organic lawn care, also known as dog friendly lawn care, and why you should hop on board!

Why Is A Good Yard Important?

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Know What to Do If Disaster Heads Your Way Be Prepared for a Hurricane

Hurricane storm shutters

In recent years, we’ve become more and more aware of the devastation that hurricanes can wreak. Since 1990, five of the most expensive hurricanes in the United States have occurred and Hurricane Katrina was the third-deadliest hurricane in the history of the United States. With weather becoming more and more unpredictable as global warming and other natural forces affect it, it’s important to know how to get ready for a hurricane and how to protect your home from hurricanes. Even if you don’t live exactly in a hurricane zone, you should be able to answer the question, “How do I prepare for a hurricane,” in case of a freak weather emergency. Things like hurricane shutters and hurricane impact windows are useful items to have on hand to protect your home — and hopefully you and your family from any maj

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Are You Finally Ready to Move Out of Your Parent’s Home?

Advantages of owning a condo

For the first time in more than a century, more young adults are back home living witht heir parents instead of with partners. It is a very narrow margin, but the 32.1% of 18 to 34-year olds who are living at home with their parents are more than the 31.6% who are married and cohabitating with a partner. According to a study by the Pew Research Center, this is the first time in 130 years that the number of young adults living with their parents has surpassed the number of young adults living with partners.
National Public Radio reported this information in a May 24, 2016 report and went on to say that the Pew research indicates that less educated and Black and Hispanic young adults are more likely than non-Blacks and non-Hispanics and people with more education. Although these numbers

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