5 DIY Summer Home Improvement Projects

Without question, summer is that time of the year when we soak up the warm weather, bright sunshine and head out to BBQ and chill out on our terrace on a cool breezy evening. However, as good as that sounds, summer is also the time when major renovations around the house can be made. Many homeowners pick summer as the fantastic DIY season because paint dries faster, floor lacquer evaporates better, and so on. Here are some of the project you can do on your own to spruce up your living area at this hot season.

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Inexpensive Ways to Freshen Up Your Bedroom

You might think you spend a lot of your day in the kitchen or your living room, but did you realize that it is your bedroom where you spend the most time? As much as one-third of your life is spent sleeping. Add an hour before and an hour when you wake up, and that’s a lot of time you spend in the one room that gets the least attention when it comes to decorating. That’s no surprise because it is one room that can be difficult to furnish. Take a look around your bedroom right now. Does it look a little basic? Would you like to give it an upgrade but don’t have the budget to be too reckless? Here are some suggestions that won’t break the bank.

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How to Teach Your Kids About Responsibility

It is the hope of every parent that their children will grow up to be responsible adults, but this is not something that will happen by itself. School will teach them a great deal about being responsible, but it is also down to the parent to show them the way, and this can be done in many different ways. Encouraging your kid to be responsible from a young age by giving them more responsibilities can have a huge impact on not only their independence but also their self-esteem and view of the world around them. Non-profit educational experiences can be a great way to introduce your children to the importance of responsibility, for example, as this article will mention. Read on for a few ways to reach your kids about responsibility.

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Help Your Student Learn Math with CTCMath

Too many students slip through the school systems because they don’t grasp this math concept or that one. Without the early basic principles, harder math is just a language that they don’t understand. CTCMath is a website that not only helps with basic math concepts, it also helps with the more complex ones.

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Activities You Can Do When You’re on a Camping Trip

If you are going camping with your family, you need to realize it is easier said than done. Considering the fact there will be different people with different tastes, you must make sure every person has an extraordinary time. Agreed, it is no easy task, but if you focus on group activities specifically, your family as a whole will have a great time. However, if you are not sure about the activities you should incorporate in your next trip, then here are a couple for your consideration.

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How to Get You and Your Family Settled in a New City

Families relocate for all kinds of reasons such as better opportunities, which is great, but that also means settling into a new city. Sometimes, settling is not the easiest thing for a family to do. The following are a few tips that will help your family settle in.

Think about the Perks

One way to help your family settle in is to make sure your home has all the luxuries it should have. Ensuring that your family has the perks they’re used to help, but adding a few more will help your children see why you relocated. Try to consider features that your entire family is going to appreciate rather than just the things you’d like. Talk to your real estate agent about making sure your home has the right features.

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Bath Towels Versus Bath Sheets: Choosing the Best Option that Fits Your Needs

Even though they serve the same purpose, bath towels and bath sheets are not the same. But there are no numerous notable differences between them. For instance, a bath sheet tends to be larger than bath towels. In most cases, bath towels are designed with a minimum measurement of 27 inches by 54 inches, even though some have a size of 30 inches by 60 inches. When it comes to comparing the two, the size of a bath sheet can range from 30 inches by 64 inches to 40 inches by 70 inches, based on the designer. Since it is large, a bath sheet is designed to offer more than twice the surface area of what is provided by a bath towel.

Due to the huge difference in size, bath sheets tend to be more expensive than bath towels, but each product has its benefits and function. In most cases, bath towels are mostly used as a standard product for linen sets. Additionally, they are the ideal size for folding and placing on towel bars as they need less storage space in the linen closet. On top of that, they are convenient for drying your body after a shower; you can also twist the towel around your wet hair conveniently, or use it to cover kids as they get out of the pool.
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Travel Conveniently With RideSafer Delight Travel Car Seat

A Safe Way To Carpool or Travel Without Worry! 

My son is about to start 4k in a few weeks and his preschool only does the carpool lane when we pick him up. I try make sure that either my husband or I can be there to pick him up, but sometimes we arrange for a good friend to pick him up. Her daughter also goes to the same preschool, so it works out. If I need to her to pick him up, I usually know ahead of time, but if something comes up last minute, I like to make sure I have no worries about him riding safely without his booster seat. I also don’t want to inconvenience my friend with lugging around his booster seat. 

With the RideSafer Delight Travel Car Seat, I know my son is riding safe and it makes things so much easier for my friend that picks him up. The RideSafer Delight Travel Car Seat is a safety vest that the child wears and they are strapped in with the regular seatbelt. It lowers the seatbelt in the correct position based on your child’s height, which is how it keeps them just as safe as a booster seat would. Instead of bringing your child UP to the belt, the belt comes DOWN to the child. It doesn’t take up any extra space and keeps him just as safe as his booster seat.

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Need New Glasses for Your Upcoming Classes?

It’s that time, yes you know it, back to school time! By the way, how are your kids’ glasses holding up? I know the budget is probably tight, but I think you’re going to be pleasantly surprised with the affordable selection that 39DollarGlasses.com offers.

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Healthy Snacking with Slammers! #CoolSchool18

I can remember when I was younger and it was back to school time. I used to get so excited about the kitty on my lunchbox and the red Power Ranger on my backpack. Yep, I was a little everywhere but one of the things my mother made the most exciting was our snacks. We didn’t have snacks like Slammers Snacks back then. We usually had baby carrots, chips, or something similar but she would draw faces on the bags, etc. Times sure have changed and now, kids have access to some amazing snacking options and Slammers is leading the way!

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