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Tips for Visiting Open Houses 

Attending open houses is an essential part of looking to buy a home. Follow these tips for an easy and successful way to make home buying a wonderful experience.

Outdoor Games for Kids and Families

Looking for some great outdoor games for kids to play? It seems like every parent is trying to find fun things for the kids to do outside. It’s too nice to stay indoors. And you don’t want your kids to play video games ALL DAY. It’s time to reach into your parental “bag of tricks” and find some really fun outdoor games for kids—and some fun outdoor activities, too. So here are some great ideas to keep…

A Guide to the Best Smart Thermostats

The best smart thermostats make your life easier and more comfortable. Plus, you will save money and energy. It’s as simple as that. After all, you want your house to be cool on a sweltering summer day. You also want to be warm and cozy when the winter winds blow. The last thing you want to do is crawl out from under the covers to turn up the heat. Or, be forced to walk across a hot house to turn up the…

Make a Perfect Dried Flower Wreath from Your Old Bouquets

Making a dried flower wreath is an attractive way to repurpose old floral bouquets into something new and functional. Whether you use your wedding bouquet, an arrangement from another important occasion or cut flowers from your garden, your old flowers and this simple DIY project will unleash your creativity. Plus, we guarantee you will have fun! Here are some helpful tips so that you can make a perfect…

5 Ways to Bring the Outdoors Indoors

How can you bring the outdoors indoors? How can you make nature a bigger part of your indoor decor? It’s not as difficult as you think. If you’re a big fan of nature, then you already know there’s something soothing about being outside. But being outdoors all the time just isn’t practical, such as when the weather is bad or you have a list of chores to do inside the house. That’s when being able to…

Add Natural Elements to Your Kitchen Design

There are plenty of ways to use your kitchen design to bring nature indoors. You can incorporate lots of green plants, add natural stone or brick, or even plan your window placement so it overlooks your green backyard. Adding natural furniture elements, such as modern wooden tables and chairs, makes perfect sense in the kitchen.

Best Flowering Houseplants

As the popularity of houseplants continues to soar, Byron Martin of Logee’s Plants for Home and Garden selects some of the best flowering houseplants to grow now.

Eco-Friendly Cat: 10 Ways to Reduce Your Cat’s Environmental Pawprint

Do you have an eco-friendly cat? These 10 tips for pet owners ensure that every cat is an eco-friendly cat with a smaller carbon pawprint.

Quick House Cleaning Tips for a 10 Minute Clean

This list of quick house cleaning tips can save you a lot of time. In fact, a cleaning routine using quick house cleaning tips can keep your place clean and help keep you sane.

8 Easy Rustic Holiday Decor Ideas

Rustic holiday decor is perfect for a big holiday get-together or a quiet family gathering. Make these 8 easy rustic holiday decor projects.

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Randy Schultz

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Randy Schultz is the Content Editor of HomeGardenandHomestead.com. He is a Master Gardener and a long-time member of GWA: The Association for Garden Communicators. Write to him at rschultz@homegardenandhomestead.com.

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Jessica Ford

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Jessica aka Frugal Garden Gal is an avid gardener and garden writer based in Colorado Springs, CO. She has over 10 years in the garden industry, and is a self-described horticulture nerd and plant addict. Jessica shares her eco- and budget-friendly gardening tips at https://frugalgardengal.com/   

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Ellen Zachos

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Ellen Zachos is the author of seven books including The Wildcrafted Cocktail and Backyard Foraging, and she co-hosts the Plantrama podcast (www.plantrama.com). Ellen writes about wild foods at www.backyardforager.com and has created an online course for beginning foragers.

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