Kate is a mother of two and holds a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree from Sonoma State University. She& 39;s also a passionate researcher. Well, I did it again. I had to order yet another new mattress to try out the latest and greatest. This time I got my hands on the new Sweetnight 12-inch gel memory foam mattress.
Reginald has been a sleep specialist for the past 20 years, training new and veteran associates in the retail mattress industry.If you are a heavy or a larger person looking for your next mattress, you will need more than just the run-of-the-mill set to sleep on. How frustrating it is to sleep on a mattress that is uncomfortable, night after night.
Arthur strives to balance aesthetics, functionality, and quality with costs when planning DIY projects in the home and garden.Renovated streetlamp in our back garden.On My Wish ListI’ve always fancied a streetlamp in our garden. Ever since we started hard landscaping our back garden many years ago, I could visualise it as a practical design feature.
Katy& 39;s garden of herbs, peppers and greens is constantly expanding as she learns new techniques and tries new plants!Grow Lavender IndoorsWe have lavender in the garden but why not bring that smell inside?Lavender is a beautiful plant to have in the kitchen or at your bedside. It has many uses and if you have a few plants in your home you& 39;ll soon find many more!
Matt is a professional painter and freelance writer, sharing his knowledge, house-painting tips, and product reviews. Emerald Urethane PaintFor many years, the paint I& 39;ve used the most for cabinets has always been Pro Classic semi-gloss (acrylic) from Sherwin Williams. I& 39;ve had good experiences with this product, but one thing I& 39;ve always disliked about the paint is that it sags easily when sprayed.
Athlyn Green is interested in common-sense approaches to health, quality of life, and planning for the future. Bubble Wrap . Really?You may have heard of using bubble wrap on your windows and wondered what all the fuss was about. Is this is a new craze or a practical, workable idea to keep cold out and warmth in?
Kierstin lives in a 1200 square foot home with two kids, a cat and a stinky golden doodle.What Causes Household Odors?You& 39;re not a total slob. You know you need to clean out your fridge before leaving for a long weekend and to wipe up spilt milk from under the kitchen table. But why does your house still smell bad?
Walter Shillington is an avid collector of mechanical timepieces. While he focuses mainly on watches, Walter also reviews household items. I recently reviewed Vanigo’s A3; a very capable robotic vacuum that is guided by a sophisticated navigational system.At the other end of the price scale, there are several tiny robotic vacuums that claim to make life easier.
Matt is a professional painter and freelance writer, sharing his knowledge, house-painting tips, and product reviews. What& 39;s the Best Way to Remove Wallpaper?Old wallpaper—older than twenty years—is usually made of vinyl with a paper backing, which is more difficult to remove than newer, non-vinyl wallpaper.
Ms. Millar has been an online writer for over eight years. She is well versed in website development with several websites she has created. Re-Screen That Window or Door ScreenDo you have an old window or door screen that has ripped, torn, or disappeared altogether? You can replace it with ease. Is the frame broken at the corners?
Allison is an avid outdoor adventurer who has completed close to 40 different hikes in the San Diego area.1. Reusable produce bags This one& 39;s easy. I simply keep my little mesh produce bags inside my shopping totes, and put them through the wash when they get mucky. Now I& 39;m not using ten plastic bags every time I raid the produce section.
Teri Silver is a journalist, commercial copywriter, editor, broadcast anchor, and Public Relations Specialist.Broccoli is a cool-season vegetable that grows in spring and fall, but in Ohio, harvests can last all summer long. A member of the cabbage family that includes kale and Brussels sprouts, broccoli is a biennial—not a perennial.