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Congratulations! You’ve decided to take the step toward creating your own piece of paradise by setting up dedicated space for a garden of flowers and vegetables. You are about to join a growing number of people who enjoy getting their hands dirty. Data shows food and flower gardening was the most popular gardening activities last year. About one out of three households participated in food gardening (36 percent) or flower gardening (34 percent). But now you’re stumped. How do you start a garden anyway? Follow these simple step-by-step tips and you’ll be sure to be successful.Read Now »
Time is almost up! Yes, the annual event of paying taxes has arrived. Now is the moment to get your required paperwork and forms submitted, including all your deductions so that you can receive your tax refund check. As tax time rolls around, you've got to grab every break you can. Unfortunately, some large tax breaks are practically unknown to many taxpayers and are often overlooked. Making a Move
In today’s society, most people will move at least once in their lifetime. And the most common items transported from place to place are household goods (73%) and computers/electronic equipment (20%). If you were one of the 11.
It’s that time of year again. The time that many Americans dread…Tax Time. It’s the annual ritual of tracking down your receipts, bank statements, housing costs and charitable contributions. And after gathering the paperwork, we are required to record them on the government’s confusing and lengthy tax forms by the April deadline. According to the tax preparation powerhouse company H&R Block, 20% of Americans who prepare their own taxes miss multiple benefits and lose out an average of $460 in either credits or deductions.Read Now »
It’s time to celebrate! On April 22, 2018, the world will mark the 38th celebration of Earth Day. This year, the focus is centered on ending plastic pollution and there are plenty of ways for you to celebrate. An estimated 300 million tons of plastic are produced each year. Unfortunately, only about ten percent of this plastic is properly recycled and reused. The rest ends up as waste in landfills or as litter in our natural environment. This is where the plastic leaks dangerous chemicals into the soil and water, endangering humans and wildlife alike.Read Now »
Spring 2018 fashion trends are upbeat, cheerful and really quite beautiful. They leave any bleakness and dreariness of winter behind and bring back cheerful looks. Get noticed in all the right ways with these nine spring styles. 1. Loving Lavender Whether it soft violet, pink, lemon or soft blue, expect to see an array of pastel in fashion this Spring. Make no mistake about it, these lighter hues will show that delicacy can be strong. The 2018 Pantone color of the year is designated as violet.Read Now »
You look out the window and notice that the weather has turned into one of those powerful Spring storms and the rain is pounding the side of your house. This intense rainstorm should not come as a complete surprise. From March to May, monthly precipitation ranges from a high of 5.94 inches in Hawaii to a low of 0.77 inches in Arizona. But wherever you live, you can be sure a Spring storm will keep you and your family stuck indoors for at least a few days while Spring showers move through your neighborhood.Read Now »
Go full leprechaun this St. Patrick's Day. Chug a green beer, slurp a shamrock shake, and scarf as many chocolate gold coins from the pot at the end of the rainbow as you can stand. In the haze the next morning, draw a proverbial line in the sand. It's go time. Spring has sprung! Summer swimsuit season is just around the corner. There's a reason you don't see leprechauns in bathing suits. Time to sweat that winter bod back into shape! Of course to tackle this feat, you'll need a stylish head-to-toe look complete with the most supportive shoes you'll ever find. Joe's New Balance Outlet is dripping with seasonal sales for Spring Break.Read Now »
The opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics begins today in PyeongChang, South Korea. I don’t know about you, but nothing inspires me to get in shape like watching humans compete at the highest level of physical excellence. Whether you’re watching figure skating, ice hockey, curling, luge, skiing or snowboarding, you’re likely to find that extra oomph you need to get off the couch and get outside into the brisk winter day to burn some calories! Don’t head outside without the proper gear though (hello frostbite).Read Now »
When talking to the opposite sex about the products they buy in their daily lives, you may have heard them complaining about how expensive it is to be a male or female. But who really spends the most when it comes to the essentials? Are similar products drastically overpriced for females compared to males or is it just not true? How much does it truly cost to be a man or a woman? We decided to find this out by analyzing the prices of some of the most popular products bought at major retail outlets for both males and females to see if pricing really is fair between the sexes. Our research revealed some surprising results.Read Now »
Reading allows you to take a quiet breather from the crazy chaos of the day. Due to the change in weather conditions that make us want to hibernate inside our homes, many people agree that winter reading is the best. It is simply the optimal activity to engage in on a cozy quiet night by the fire with a mug of steaming hot chocolate, or an “adult” beverage. A book is a welcome guest in any home, and is especially appreciated during the house-bound rainy and snowy days of this season. Best of all, books of every genre, age group and category are available online at Walmart.Read Now »