Artificial scents can be unpleasing and the harmful chemicals can be bad, especially for people with asthma and allergies. Try homemade scents instead! These scents will make your home have a nice warm greeting for any occasional: small gathers, parties, or even an open house!  

The good thing about this project is it is cheap and the materials are easy to gather. All you will need is mason jars, water, spices or herbs, fruit, and essential oils. Below are some popular combinations you can use. However, it is not limited to these five; you can mix together about any combination you prefer.

  • Lemon, rosemary, and lavender oil
  • Orange, cinnamon sticks, and cloves
  • Mint, vanilla, and lime
  • Lime, coconut oil, and vanilla
  • Cinnamon sticks…

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Chores are not always fun, but having a clean house is always delightful. Ditch the old one day dedicated to cleaning and break up the task daily. To make it even easier, we have already broken up the various necessary chores into daily sessions that can be accomplish as short as 20 minutes a day!  This schedule will keep you home always neat and tidy and even allows you to relax on Sundays! 

Monday's - Dust: Start the week off with an easy take. Simply dusk off the furniture, shelves, tabletops, and television. 

Tuesday's - Clean Floors: Sweep your wood and tiled floors. Choose to vacuum instead if you have the spare time, or especially if you have carpeted floors. Mop any room that needs the extra scrub. 

Wednesday's - Clean the Bathrooms:

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Snow and ice wreak havoc on more than just your commute to work. After stocking up in the supermarket, find out how to keep your home safe from a terrible mess when it snows. 

Pre-Winter and Snow Prep Around your Home: 

  • Prevent ice dams on your roof and gutters: An ice dam occurs when snow gathers on your roof. Due to heating happening within your home, the snow will begin to melt at the top of your roof. This leads the snow to slide down your roof the refreeze. This creates a barrier of ice that traps water on the top of your roof. To prevent ice dams, you should make sure your attic is properly insulated and ventilated.
  • Get your pipes ready for the winter: Wrap your pipes to prevent them from freezing, especially in unused areas like…

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A kitchen backsplash covers the portion of the wall between the counter and the cabinets. Its main purposes is to protect the wall from food and splattering oil in areas were cooking will take place. Kitchen backsplashes has been a modern design added into renovating kitchens, or even a lovely addition in newly constructed homes. Compared to a painted wall or wallpaper, backsplashes are easy to clean. 

Not only does the backsplash protect your walls, it looks more attractive! Adding a backsplash can give your kitchen an up to date look without having to renovate the whole kitchen! It is a great way to add more color to your kitchen. There is no need to worry about the cost since there are many different choices and designs to choose from. Here are…

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