Home & Garden

The Youth is Becoming Parents…of Plants

A “plant parent” is like having a green thumb but taken to the next level. Think about how one would care for a child. Think of all the time, care, and effort put into that. That is what being a plant parent is like. It is not just watering a plant every day. It is

A Guide to Home Renovations during the Pandemic

The last couple of months has seen a surge in home renovation projects as people across America get stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Courier-Journal reports that the ongoing health crisis has led many homeowners to tackle do-it-yourself home improvement projects, leading to an increased demand for tools, paint, lawn, garden goods,

4 Ways to Provide Better Customer Support

While community lockdowns all over the world have forever changed the retail landscape, some things never change. One of the best ways to attract and retain customers is to provide exemplary customer service. A little bit of kindness can go a long way in shoring up customer goodwill. And you can outgun the competition just

Top Ways to Create a Minimalist Bathroom

Applying minimalism to a bathroom essentially means trimming the space down to the essentials, which, of course, leaves little to no room for clutter or any other unnecessary items. Minimalism also involves simplifying the design of the room, trading in elaborate wallpaper or decor for clean, simple elements. Sounds pretty simple, right? If you want

Dog Days of Summer: How the Season Can Threaten Pets

Summer is rearing its head. For the people in Utah, it might mean having to deal with temperatures rising to over 30 degrees Celsius, especially during July and August. It increases the risks of major sunburn, dehydration, and heatstroke. What many don’t know, though, is that it’s not only humans who can suffer from the

Common Concerns of Homeowners When Building an Extra Bathroom

There are plenty of reasons you would want a second bathroom in the house. It could be that your family is growing and couldn’t share a single bathroom anymore, or your parents are getting older and would need a bathroom of their own. But is adding another bathroom as easy as it sounds? Probably not.

This List Shares the Top Reasons Why Startups Fail (Hint: It’s Not Really about Cash)

Building an app costs money—a lot of it. A 2015 Clutch survey revealed it could range between $38,000 and $171,000. In other reports, more complicated designs could cost at least $500,000. These numbers did not include app updates and maintenance. Contrary to many people’s beliefs, though, many apps don’t die because they lack money. Most

Coronavirus Quarantine: The Things You Can Do While You’re in Isolation at Home

No thanks to the coronavirus, schools have been shut down, most businesses and workplaces have been temporarily suspended, concerts and events have been canceled, and coming together is discouraged. The only option you now have is to stay at home and isolate yourself from everyone as a means of preventing the virus from spreading even

Top Areas at Home Where Fires Often Start

The National Fire Protection Association reports that there are between 350,000 to 400,000 cases of house fires in the United States every year. Out of all the fire incidents that get reported annually, around 31% occur in residential homes. Several factors contribute to these numbers: cooking, negligence, and open flames, among others. The key to

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