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Adding curb appeal to your home is one of the wisest – and easiest – ways to increase your home’s value, not to mention its looks. And that means whether you’re planning on selling or staying put, sprucing up your home’s appearance can be a pretty rewarding way to spend your spring weekends. Here are 5 of the smartest curb appeal upgrades to help you get the most bang for your buck:
As warmer weather finally arrives and spring rolls in, the temptation to clean every square inch of your house can make it hard to relax with ease after a long day. Removing all the clutter, dust, and other debris that accumulates over the winter can feel overwhelming when you plan it as a single long marathon. Develop a schedule that breaks key tasks into manageable chunks to handle spring cleaning with less stress.
Each year, the influenza virus makes millions of people sick, resulting in missed days from work and school and even resulting in serious illness in some people. In fact, according to the CDC, about 200,000 people are hospitalized each year during flu season as a result of complications from the flu, including heart and respiratory problems.
Small Business Saturday is less than a week away, and that means NOW is the time to fine-tune your marketing to make sure your business attracts the most buyers possible. Here’s a quick rundown of some simple things you can do right now to increase your turnout and your sales:
When it comes to back-to-school separation anxiety, most people think of the effects on the kids who are reluctant to leave their homes and their families. But pets can also experience separation anxiety when kids return to school, and the effects can take a serious toll on pets. Being aware of the stresses on pets and the changes it can cause in their behavior and even their health can help you take action to reduce anxiety and make the transition less stressful – for pets and their owners.
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