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How to Work with Brand Reps to Get Photos of Your Products

I share a lot of photos of my daughter. A lot. And while I do love shooting photos of her because she’s gorgeous, I promise that’s not the only reason I do it. I take hundreds of photos of her every week because she is a brand rep. If you’re not familiar with the term, a brand rep is a [...]

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When The New Meets The Old: Modern Technology In Vintage Environments

A recent survey concluded that around 57% of American consumers are interested in vintage furniture and decor elements, a fact that is supported by just about every episode of every TV show that airs on HGTV. The style — perceived as elegant, romantic, and offering an air of antiquity that is reminiscent of a classier era — has become increasingly [...]

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Green Thumb, Small Space: How To Make A Tiny Garden In Your Tiny Apartment

Living in a modestly-sized apartment in a big city is certainly environmentally-friendly in reducing your carbon footprint, but that shouldn’t prevent you from filling your apartment with greenery. These creative solutions allow you to let your green thumb go crazy and make the most out of small outdoor or indoor spaces. Grow Vertically When you have limited floor space in [...]

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Technology and Horticulture: Why Gardeners Should Utilize Apps and Devices

Gardening is one of the most relaxing and rewarding warm-weather activities. Homeowners can enjoy getting their hands dirty and watching their flowers, fruits, vegetables, and herbs blossom and grow right before their eyes. But there are a lot of things that can get in the way of fully enjoying gardening, like back pain, poor garden design, and even pests and [...]

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8 Tips to Create an Energy Efficient Home

More and more people are looking for energy efficiency when they buy a home, and current homeowners are often upgrading their houses to be as energy efficient as possible. If you’re one of those people, take a look at some of these tricks. Insulate your home When you go inside during the cold months, you expect your home to be [...]

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Lawncare Creativity Gets The Job Done

Homeownership is hard. All that property to take care of constantly keeps getting out of hand. A task in futility, perhaps, but it’s a necessary evil. The home and garden market may have been worth $272 billion in 2017, but this guy’s home and garden creativity was priceless. This Canadian man was in the weeds, literally. He had let his [...]

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Thinking Green When Redesigning Your Home’s Exterior

When you are redesigning the exterior of your home, you may not think in a totally eco-conscious way. It is easy to choose conventional designs and materials and overlook the green materials and energy-saving designs that you have access to nowadays. By thinking green for the outside of your home, you’re being both eco-conscious AND smart about your own consumption. [...]

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Tips for Remodeling Your Kitchen in an Eco-Friendly Manner

Does your kitchen feel cramped, out of style, and just overall not right? If so, it might be time to consider remodeling. This year, 76% of renovating homeowners will be giving their kitchen a makeover, making it the second most popular type of home renovation. And not only can a minor kitchen remodel make your kitchen area feel more welcoming [...]

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How Protein Can Help Your Infant Grow Taller, Faster

New research out of the University of Colorado Denver-Anschutz suggests that protein-rich foods may help a child grow taller earlier in life. According to NDTV, study author Minghua Tang, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the college said at five-months-old, children can start growing tall with the help of protein. “Meat, such as pork, provides important micronutrients, is an excellent source [...]

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How Hemp Can Be the Answer to a Sustainable Future

Everyone is concerned with where the world is going to end up from an environmental standpoint, and how the actions of human beings are negatively impactful. Many people have taken up earth-friendly initiatives and have begun finding ways to better the planet. One way, in particular, has been to use hemp to create products that are eco-friendly and sustainable, creating [...]

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After Bleaching, Diseases, and Storms, Florida Reef In Serious Danger

There are 1,200 miles of sandy beaches across Florida’s 1,800 miles of coastline. Unfortunately, every inch of that terrific landscape is at risk of being damaged by a massive hurricane… again. Last year’s Hurricane Irma was the most powerful Atlantic hurricane in recorded history. It was a Category 5 storm with intense 185 MPH winds for 37 hours straight. As [...]

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