Whether you’re trying to combat a persistent dry air problem or just looking for some relief from the occasional cold, a humidifier is essential during the winter months. You also have plenty to choose from, including small, inexpensive units to heavy-duty devices that’ll easily humidify large rooms. (popularmechanics.com) > Read More
It’s always better to have a place before winter takes an unexpected turn in the for of a blizzard or dangerously icy conditions. Here are “before, during, and after” plans for winter storms and extreme cold. Give it a read now and keep it for just in case you need it in the future. > Read More
The start of the new year is here, which means new home trends are coming soon. From a quick kitchen update to restyling your living room, you’ll want to know what’s popular this year. Are you up to date with the latest in popular home styles? (improvenet.com) > Read More
Since it’s not exactly pleasant to spend time outdoors in the winter, we do find that curling up with a good book is more likely to happen. Check out these book nooks that have us drooling! (www.buzzfeed.com) > Read More
Seasonal decorations, including lights, trees and wreaths, can help put your household in the holiday spirit. However, when not used properly, decorations – particularly lights – can create safety hazards or cause fires. (firstenergycorp.com) > Read More
Looking for festive and delicious holiday dinner ideas? Search no further. We’ve gathered some of our best recipes – from appetizers to mains to desserts to drinks – to make your meal as special as the holiday itself.(realsimple.com) > Read More
How Cold Does it Have to Be Before You Bring Your Plants Inside?
An inevitable part of being a plant parent (and living in an area that actually gets cold in fall and winter) is figuring out what to do with all your outdoor plants – and even keeping your indoor houseplants alive – when the temperature starts to drop. (apartmenttherapy.com) > Read More