Lifestyle

With winter fast approaching, now is the time to redesign anything at home that’ll set you up for remote work success. Days will soon be getting shorter, and for some, the weather will be getting chillier, so tips that’ll help you stay focused, productive, and uplifted indoors are worth incorporating into your space. If you
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There’s no denying that climate change is real—2020 alone has brought record-shattering wildfires and hurricanes. While many of the changes that must be made to counter the effects of climate change need to come from corporations, there are things you can do as a consumer to reduce your carbon footprint and help keep excess waste out of landfills.
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When it’s time to move to a smaller home, these tips will help you save the memories while minimizing clutter in your new place. Moving into a new house is often bittersweet. You are excited for the change, but sad to leave a home so full of memories. Downsizing can be even harder — a
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Many people are spending more time at home than usual these days, but that doesn’t mean that Halloween is cancelled—think of it as being reimagined for a socially-distant now. From grown-up recipes that seriously upgrade your favorite candy bar to glam decor you’ll want to leave up all year long, there are plenty of ways to channel the spirits from
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Name: Michelle Martel, my husband Jim Wilson, and our 1-year old rescue dog, AtticusLocation: Montreal, CanadaSize: 1900 square feetType of Home: 1904 Victorian Home (attached on both sides)Years lived in: 3 years, owned Designer Michelle Martel and her husband lived in the suburbs of Montreal for 20 years, where they raised their kids next to parks, large lawns, gardens and more.
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Air pollution is a serious problem, and believe it or not, indoor air quality can be much worse than the air outside. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), single or repeated exposure to a pollutant, such as tobacco products, household cleaning products, and even excess moisture, can cause irritation, dizziness, headaches, and fatigue. Long-term effects can
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When it comes to picking out furniture or home decor, it can be easy to get hung up on “the one.” The Eames lounge chair you’ve wanted for forever. That bold Ettore Sottsass mirror you spotted on Instagram and now can’t imagine your living room without. The perfect and pricey bedframe, the ideal designer sectional couch in a luxe fabric,
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The details Address: 59875 Lorraine Avenue, Landers, California Price: $360,000 Size: 720 square feet Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Why we have a crush on this property Oh, to be a homeowner stargazing from a hot tub in the middle of the desert.  This so-amazing-it-has-to-be-fake situation could become your reality if you decide to spring for this dreamy cabin for sale in the Mojave. The
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Name: Brynna Lee and spouseLocation: Danvers, MassachusettsType of home: ApartmentSize: 1,050 square feetYears lived in: 3 months, renting Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: Our home was recently renovated from an old schoolhouse attic into a rustic yet modern fifth floor walk-up! My husband and I moved in on June 1st with
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The copper pot was on sale: $250 down from $1,200, because the chic Italian couple who owned the store couldn’t afford Williamsburg rent anymore and were going back to Turin. It was heavy and gleaming, and I wanted it, but $250 for a cooking utensil? I told myself this copper pot was really an essential part of
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