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What It Means When A House Has One Upside-Down Baluster

Exploring older homes often reveals intriguing architectural oddities. Among them, the presence of a solitary baluster, conspicuously inverted amidst its upright counterparts. Is this an inadvertent error in construction, or does it hold deeper significance? The Oversight or Intention: Deciphering Upside-Down Balusters In scrutinizing staircases of older homes, one might encounter the puzzling sight of […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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How Many Of You Actually Recognize These Gadgets? Have You Ever Used One?

Over the years, technology and the development of gadgets have been so profound. Think about it, 20 years ago would you have thought we’d be sending cars into space? We have most definitely surpassed what anyone could have imagined back then. It’s quite a lot to wrap your head around.[1] Modern innovation has changed so […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer

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12 Small Things You Could Be Doing to Ruin Your Home

For many, a home is an oasis and sanctuary. However, numerous everyday mistakes are made, that can ultimately ruin a home. Here are 12 things to avoid to ensure a clean and well-working home space. 1. Be Careful with Cleaners Most cleaners, even multi-surface cleaners, can cause damage to furniture and other household goods when […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Mayo vs Butter: Which Makes a Better Grilled Cheese?

Grilled cheese sandwiches are simplistic and comforting, yet astonishingly versatile. They’re merely cheese and bread yet you can have a variety of cheeses, or just one. You can add various meats, veggies, and herbs to create flavorful and nutritious meals. Or dip the sandwich in a bowl of your favorite soup. Lastly, you can use […]

Leah Berenson

Leah Berenson

Freelance Writer

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Couple adopts 7 siblings in foster care after parents die in car crash

One Facebook post later, and this couple adopts 7 siblings. In short, that’s basically how this story goes, and I don’t think I’ve ever heard something more selfless. “I can’t explain it — I just knew I was supposed to be their mom,” Pam Willis shared [1]. Pam Willis, 50, and her husband, Gary Willis, […]

Chloe Crawford

Chloe Crawford

Freelance Writer

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Why Adult Children Don’t Want Their Parents’ Stuff

We have entered an age of minimalism, something that everyone seems to be after these days. It’s a time where less is more and where we just don’t want our parents’ stuff. Minimalism is this catchall term that offers a way to achieve simplicity through decluttering. You can practice this for your home, wardrobe, lifestyle, […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

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Lead, arsenic, and other toxic heavy metals are discovered in baby food

Every parent wants their children to have the best possible start in life. This begins with giving them food that will help the developing brains and bodies grow well. We trust baby food companies that they are selling us products with our children’s best interest in mind. Shocking research exposes several popular brands for having […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

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31 Plumbing Tips You Wish You Knew Sooner

When it comes to plumbing, we often find ourselves in a quandary, desperately searching for solutions to common problems. While plumbers are the go-to experts for fixing issues, there are many tips and tricks of the trade that they might not readily share. In this article, we unveil 31 invaluable plumbing tips that your plumber […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer

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40+ Brilliant Health & Beauty Hacks To Save You Time and Money

The health and beauty sector thrives with an annual turnover surpassing $90 billion, primarily propelled by a continuous stream of diverse products. Constantly pursuing methods to enhance our skin’s radiance or whiten our teeth, we find ourselves investing in the latest beauty hacks hitting the market shelves, leading to ongoing expenditure. What if an alternate […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer