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Pros vs. Take-It-Ons: When to DIY and When to Call for Help

The merits of DIY projects are plentiful. For one, they can be emotionally rewarding. They can also unlock our creativity. They can even save us money if we do them right. In this stay-at-home era, many of us have dabbled into DIY projects that have led to full-blown hobbies. You have your new plant parents,

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Surprising Benefits of Having a Pet: Why You Should Be a Pet Owner

Researchers spend years studying everything linked to human-animal interactions. We’ve also seen thousands of organizations promoting how we should value and take care of animals. And today, it’s quite obvious how the world has cultivated a pet-loving culture. Animals that can survive at the comfort of our homes are not just useful living tools, they

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Pregnancy: How to Take Care of Your Changing Body

From the first day of knowing you are with child to nausea and labor pains, women are, without a shadow of a doubt, the strongest individuals. If you are a first-time mom navigating this new phase of your life, know that the fear and discomfort that you are experiencing are normal. Here, we will help

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Why Install a Basement Dehumidifier and What Size Should You Get?

Moisture can cause lots of expensive structural damage to your home. When this seeps into the crevices of your walls, you can expect that your home’s structure will weaken. This means that light to medium storms could easily break your walls down. In addition to this, not addressing the issue of humidity in your home could also lead to other health hazards. One of these is respiratory problems and other lung conditions. That’s because mold could easily build up in places where there’s too much moisture. This often happens when our home’s basement is left unchecked for months. Luckily, there’s one

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Love and Marriage Amid COVID-19

After more than a year of the pandemic, data forecast a surge in weddings and receptions in 2021. According to The Knot 2020 Real Weddings Study, 15 percent of couples who had a wedding date set in 2020 decided to postpone it, of which a majority rescheduled their wedding to 2021. Among those who went ahead with their wedding in 2020, almost 32 percent only had a ceremony and postponed their reception, with 52 percent choosing to hold it in the first half of 2021, 43 percent in the second half of 2021, and five percent in 2022 or beyond.

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Pregnancy: How to Take Care of Your Changing Body

From the first day of knowing you are with child to nausea and labor pains, women are, without a shadow of a doubt, the strongest individuals. If you are a first-time mom navigating this new phase of your life, know that the fear and discomfort that you are experiencing are normal. Here, we will help

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