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Congratulations! You’ve just purchased your first home. Buying a home is a smart investment and offers a lot of benefits for you and your family. But owning a home also comes with a few disadvantages, like not being able to call your landlord when something goes awry.
But don’t worry. We have some homeowner tips and tricks that will help you prepare for those surprises and maybe even save you a few dollars down the road.
Use these new homeowner tips to make your transition to property owner a little smoother.
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We’re right in the middle of spring, the perfect time to start planting flowers, vegetables, herbs, and more! Gardening season is upon us and it’s in full swing. Whether you are brand new to gardening or you have a veteran green thumb, you know that gardening is a rewarding way to spend more time outdoors—or make the most of your indoor space! While gardening is fun, it can also be very challenging. It’s a subtle art and science since many plants require delicately balanced conditions in order to thrive. These gardening tips and tricks are easy and affordable, and will help you to get the best results this year!
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If you’re anything like me, your home is not the perfect, peaceful sanctuary you had once imagined. It can be hard to keep your house tidy and clean when you’re constantly on the go, but there are ways to de-stress your home even when you’re never around. After all, your home should be the place you go to to feel relaxed after a busy day at work; you shouldn’t feel more stressed the minute you get home after a long day.
According to MindBodyGreen, a stressed home can be filled with noise, clutter, and can lack comfortability. The way you organize (or don’t organize) your house can be a reflection of how stressed you are about things going on in your everyday life. That’s why it’s vital to keep your home in a peaceful state so you don’t bring that extra anxiety with you wherever you go. This is especially important if you work from home and are constantly trying to find ways to stay productive. But if the thought of spending a lot of money to revamp your house to make it more peaceful seems to be stressful in and of itself, don’t think of it as something that has to be expensive. There are plenty of ways to bring life to your home without having to spend a lot of cash. Want to know how to destress your home for a more peaceful and relaxing life? Check out these nine hacks below.
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Given the option, few of us would volunteer to spend a Sunday on a ladder pulling leaves out of a gutter. But when your home is your biggest investment, as it is for most Americans, maintaining it is a must. Home maintenance can feel like a daunting chore — particularly for a new homeowner who’s never seen a boiler up close, let alone drained one. But it doesn’t have to feel overwhelming. A home operates with the seasons, coming to life in the spring and hunkering down for the winter. Follow this natural arc all year long, and keep on top of the small stuff, and your house will run like a well-oiled machine.
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