Guest Blogger: Maria Ramos
Not all innovations are created equal — the majority of each year’s new tech products are doomed to the scrap heap the moment they leave the shelves. Uninspired and easily forgettable, these are the home tech tools you DON’T want to take home with you. However, after this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, we saw plenty of great products that got us excited about the future of home technology all over again.
Read on for the 2015 best tech tools for homeowners! Read More
People who have a dedicated living room in their home usually furnish it in a more formal sitting room style. This is different than a family room which will be more casual. A living room is often used as a conversation room when guests come to the house for a cup a tea or a nice chat. It can also be used as a quiet reading room for members of the family. Since formal living rooms are not frequently used, people usually save some money and create a budget to eventually fully furnish this room. The living room is often times attached Read More
When owning a home you might not be aware of some of the items that are tax deductible for upcoming tax season. Here are the top 5 deductions or tax tips for homeowners that you can take on your taxes leveraging your home. Read More
A woman’s life may be quite different, depending on where you live and what your path in life has been so far, but in the end we all share one desire: to have a home of our own at some point where we can kick back and enjoy life. Life develops in a certain way for the most part for most and it follows a pattern of finishing school, getting a nice job and eventually getting married at some point and having kids.
Well, things don’t always have to be this way and for a number of reasons a single woman can do just as well as any married woman. The more traditional roles of society today are changing rapidly, so one would still prosper even when single. The following Read More
Your patience and ingenuity with that funky self-assembly bookcase was, by all accounts, astonishing. People were talking about it for days afterward, and the bookcase in question is still standing.
But now you have another major project — one that doesn’t come flat-packed and requires tools you didn’t even know existed. You need a handyman…or handyperson.
Unfortunately, hiring a handyman to attack your walls with a power drill is pretty risky. You don’t want to spend half your life trying to explain why the door should open the other way or invest a small fortune correcting the mistake.
To avoid beginning a long and painful relationship with a second-rate handyman, use this guide to help you find the perfect person Read More