(Family Features) Chores are an important part of teaching children about responsibility. By encouraging kids to be accountable for completing everyday chores, even at an early age, you might be surprised at their willingness to share in the household duties.
(Family Features) Organizing the garage may be one of the most feared tasks in household history. According to a recent Gladiator GarageWorks survey, nearly three out of four households can only park one car in their two-car garage, illustrating the need for a serious garage intervention.
(Family Features) The winter of 2014 was a wake-up call for homeowners facing higher-than-normal heating costs. With polar vortex cold sweeps, heavy snowfalls and ice blizzards affecting much of the country, energy prices for electricity, gas and oil have increased. Propane prices have skyrocketed due to scarcity of supplies, leading some governors to declare a state of emergency.
(Family Features) Whether sewing to relax or making gifts for those you love, there’s no better reason to break out the needle and thread than to create charming updates for the home. Nothing makes an interior adornment more unique than one created by hand.
(Family Features) If you love to cook, discover the wild advantage and fill your freezer with Wild Blueberries. Packed with more intense blueberry flavor and two times the antioxidants of regular blueberries, Wild Blueberries are wildly different from the cultivated blueberries you find in the fresh produce section.
(Family Features) Don’t get caught putting extra work into your spring cleaning efforts.
“A little effort up front can make everything you do feel effortless,” said Patrick Coleman, spokesman for Hoover vacuums. “It’s not about finding short cuts. It’s about finding easier ways to do the job right.”
(Family Features) Long hailed as sweetly satisfying, watermelon may not be the first tasty fruit that comes to mind when you’re thinking nutrition. But in fact, watermelon is not only a perfect on-the-go snack to satisfy your sweet tooth, it’s also incredibly healthy.
(BPT) – Give your home an energy shot this spring with bright colors and bold patterns.
“Patterns are hot, hot, hot,” says Cathie Pliess, program coordinator of design for The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and a certified interior designer. “Look for oversized patterns in bold colors on a white background.”
(Family Features) Plan an Easter gathering everyone can enjoy with a make-ahead menu that includes crowd-pleasing brunch casseroles packed with everyone’s favorite flavors and tasty sweets – and leaves you plenty of time to spend with the family.
By Richa Khandel
Gazebos are structures used to offer shade, shelter and a convenient place to rest. They have been around since a long time. A stylish gazebo can be a great addition to your garden offering you a place to relax and feel closer to nature. They can either stand separately in an open space or can be attached to a garden wall. The most common design includes a roof with open sides.