Machines eventually break down. Friction, heat, and other forces gradually wear them down until one day, they stop working.
When they do, the cost of getting them up and running again can wreck your budget. 40% of us can’t afford to cover a $400 emergency. And given what’s going on with the Coronavirus, that number is only going to increase.
As frustrating as it might be to have your routine interrupted, now is a good time to knock out that “honey-do” list.
You know the one…the small little DIY home repairs list that you’ve been meaning to get to, but have been too busy to think about?
you love handmade decor pieces and earthy color palettes, the farmhouse look
may be a match for you. This style is all about appreciating the charming
qualities of vintage and timeworn looks. There’s no limit to how you can
experiment, with ideas ranging from heirloom furniture to mason jar
At the time of this writing, many individuals across the globe are making lifestyle changes to combat the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
If you’re one of those people you’re probably spending a lot of time at home.
Why not take some time to do those projects you’ve been putting off such as taking a home inventory?
Priced the cost of quality metal patio furniture, lately?
These beautiful chairs have been finished with a lovely powder coating, however, they will cost you nearly $2,000.