Guest Blogger: Nick Dunin of instantwaste.com.au
How much money is sitting in your bank account at the moment? Do you have any savings put away for a rainy day? Our home is the most expensive thing we own and we all probably pay a good chunk of our wages towards our mortgage every month. Read More
Home remodeling projects can oftentimes be overwhelming with the amount of details that make up the project. Many people struggle with what you want versus what you can afford with home projects. How do you allocate your money for the project? Should you spend more money on appliances and less on flooring and counter tops? If you buy the high end bath tub you really want, can you save money elsewhere on the project. And if you save money, will you still be within your budget? These types of questions are ones that many homeowners struggle with in seeing various aspects of the project big picture. We have some help as we look at DIY projects tip 5, shopping analysis and sharing. Read More
July 4th is almost here and trivia is top of mind. Did you know that three presidents died on July 4th and one president was born on this day. Thomas Jefferson was one of the presidents who died on this day. Americans like to spend their time at barbecues and watching fireworks. They also like to take vacations during this time of year. Another trivia question, how many colonies existed when independence was declared? In 1776, Americans declared its independence and yet many Americans are unaware of this date. Ask yourself from which country did the US declare independence. Here are some fun facts about the day and what big events happen during this Independence Day. Read More
The US is getting ready to celebrate its Independence Day. And while BBQ’s and fireworks are being set off to celebrate this glorious event, we take a look at flags. This is the time of year where more US flags and the colors of the flag are used to commemorate our Independence. The US flag has evolved over many years to include each state that was added to the United States. Hawaii became the final and 50th state on August 21, 1959. The most current flag looks like the following.
Many people are unaware of the guidelines on properly representing the flag. So let’s see some of the tips on how to properly use the flag in your home. Read More