You Don’t Need a Green Thumb to Grow These Easy-Care Houseplants

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• October 20, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

While the idea of adding houseplants in your home seems nice, it can sometimes be more difficult than it seems. If you’re ready to throw in the towel (or, rather, the gardening gloves) and accept your non-green thumb, don’t quit just yet: these low-maintenance plants are perfect for people just like you. Pothos. Perhaps the… Read more »

• October 6, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Decorating on a budget? That’s okay! There are a number of ways to create a cozy, stylish home without draining your bank account, but it takes a bit of creativity to get things just right. Here are a few smart ideas for how to update your home on any type of budget.s Throw pillows. Whether… Read more »

• September 16, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Whether you love the chic, soothing touch of relaxing neutral shades or you're partial to bright, bold pops of color, your home’s color scheme says a lot about your personality. Use this guide to find out exactly what your color choices mean for your lifestyle. Orange. If you notice a lot of bright bursts of… Read more »

• September 9, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

You’ve likely never thought of incorporating pomegranate into your savory recipes, but the addition of these tart, sweet seeds could be just what you need to add a bit of excitement to your meals. Here are a few great recipes that use pomegranate as the not-so-secret ingredient. Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Pomegranate and Hazelnuts [foodnetwork.com]… Read more »

• August 25, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Whether you’ve just moved into your first apartment, or you’re simply an inexperienced home chef, buying the proper tools for the kitchen may seem pretty overwhelming. Before you head out to the kitchen supply store, read up on this list of essential items that every kitchen should have — and avoid purchasing items that you’ll… Read more »

• August 18, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

While the suggested cool-down period may seem unnecessary, experts agree that it is actually one of the most essential parts of your workout. Here are a few reasons why you should cool down after exercising — and how to do it properly. Know the effects. Working out raises your heart rate, dilates your blood vessels,… Read more »

• August 4, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Your pricey cutting board looked so rustic and professional when you first bought it, but after years of slicing, chopping, and quick wipe-downs, it’s looking a bit worse for the wear. Instead of investing in a newer model, use these smart tips for breathing new life into your current one. Wash with soap and water…. Read more »

• July 28, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

If you’re a vegan, Pinterest is a wonderful way to discover thousands of meat and dairy-free recipes that you can save to try later. This online community operates just like a digital bulletin board, enabling users to share their own content or pin content that you love. Check out these vegan Pinterest boards and you… Read more »

• July 7, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Whether you're shopping for yourself or a friend, a monogram instantly transforms an ordinary gift into a keepsake. Here are two places to shop monogrammed items online. 1) Mark and Graham Chic and classic personalized gifts are the focus of this online-only retailer, a sibling brand to Williams-Sonoma, West Elm, and Pottery Barn. Shop initial… Read more »

• June 16, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

The dreaded exercise plateau is something that almost all people experience during their workout routine. You start seeing positive results after months of dedicated workouts, but then seemingly out of nowhere, the results just stop and you’re left wondering what to do next. If you’re in the middle of a workout plateau, use these simple… Read more »