What You See Is What You Should Get: 6 Things To Do While Shopping Online

Guest post contributed by Abigail Sabijon

Say you’ve been surfing the net for so long for that adorable birthday present for a best friend, an awesome car accessory or the living room centerpiece you’ve always wanted. Until you stumble upon a relatively new site and they have just what you want. The problem is that tons of shops sprout like mushrooms lately, selling undeniably attractive products (including the one that you’ve always wanted) but how can you tell they’re legitimate and trustworthy?  Instead of gambling everything right away, do the following things to make sure you get the best bargain for your money when shopping online.
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Didn’t Pass the Tissue Test? 4 Steps You Can Take to Get Whiter Teeth

Guest post contributed by Hannah Whittenly

A smile is usually noticed upon first meeting a person. It is also something people are usually most self-conscious about if they do not have the whitest teeth. You shouldn’t be afraid to show your smile to the world when easy solutions are available to make your teeth whiter from the comfort of your own home. Here are four easy, over the counter, steps you can take to get whiter teeth within days:
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7 Home Office Design Tips

Guest post contributed by Tony Solomon

One of the perks of having a home office is that you get to decorate it the way you want. Whether it is to create a cozy atmosphere or a professional work environment, or maybe a creative space for brainstorming. There are no limitations as to how you define this space. It should reflect your own image or brand, but ultimately be a place where you feel comfortable and most productive. Without further ado, here are seven tips on how to design your own home office.
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How to Make Your TV Blend In Better with Your Decor

Guest post contributed by Diana Smith

The TV is, without a doubt, an inescapable feature of every home. You would be hard pressed to find a home where the TV doesn’t hold a prominent position. Especially nowadays, when the dimensions seem to be constantly growing, the size of the screen can affect the balance of the space and completely dominate it, and, in some instances, wreck the aesthetics of the room. It is unreasonable to suggest that not having a TV is a viable option. However, that doesn’t mean that it has to be the focal point of the room either. Luckily, there are ways to keep it and make it blend in better. Here are some tips on how to better camouflage your screen into the world.


Frames to the rescue

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Top 10 Tips For the Best Road Trip Ever

Guest post contributed by Yvonne Lorentz

Summer going to full swing presents plenty of opportunities to get wild and have fun. Apart from going to the beach, going on a road trip is one of the many exciting activities that get major upvotes during the season. After all, the warmth and a relatively stable weather do go well with what could possibly be the adventure of a lifetime.
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Getting Your Home Summer-Ready: 4 Tips for Making it Quick and Easy

Guest post contributed by Kara Masterson


Spring is in the offing, and summer’s not far behind. If you haven’t quite prepared your home for summer, spring is the perfect time. This is a great and beautiful time of year so you might as well embrace the good weather and get to work. There’s no excuse to not prepare your house to welcome the season. Here are four tips:
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4 Tips For Sleeping Better At Night Knowing Your Loved Ones Are Safe

Guest post contributed by Kara Masterson

One of the most common concerns for many people is keeping their family safe while spending time at home. It can be easy to forget to check on your kids frequently or forget to lock doors before going to bed at night. When you want to sleep better and have peace of mind, there are a few tips to follow to ensure that your loved ones are safe.
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Avoiding Injury: 5 Things You Can Do To Keep Your Kids Safe

Guest post contributed by Kara Masterson

One of the most important concerns for parents is keeping their kids safe whether they’re spending time at home, at school or on the playground. Although it’s impossible to control every move that your child makes, there are ways to ensure that they’re safe. Parents who need peace of mind can take a few necessary steps to protect their little ones from danger.
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Successful Savings: A Little Goes a Long Way

When you’re used to living paycheck to paycheck, it seems impossible to save. How are you supposed to save money for vacation, or Christmas, or for a major expense you know is coming when it seems as though everyday life uses up every penny you have to spare? As it turns out, a little savings can go a long way.
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Making The Best Of Road Trips With Your Children – Travel Tips

“Are we there yet?” Have you ever heard that?  I can say yes, a million times over! 

Technology and toys can silence backseat conversations, and that is okay some days. However, spending quality time together in the car during a road trip can be a great opportunity for making memories while bonding and learning. Here are some ideas that are sure to make the time fly by:

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