If you’re like most renters, you feel trapped within the walls of a house or apartment that doesn’t feel like yours. How could it when you’re not even permitted to bang in a nail or two without a hassle.
Thanksgiving has come and gone. We’re guessing you didn’t get much done around the house over the long weekend. No worries, there’s still time to complete many of the home maintenance tasks you should be tackling in October.
School’s been in session for a few weeks now, and it’s probably safe to say that either you or your children are already facing some tough assignments, and likely have an idea of which class is going to give you the most trouble.
We’ve had a few hot days this September, but this month is usually the time of year when households close up their pools. It’s sad, we know, but it has to be done! If you wait too long, your pool could get damaged by the approaching cool weather.
Just when I think I know everything there is to know about running a household, I’m woken in the middle night by an extremely loud chirping noise. No, we hadn’t been invaded by giant crickets, but instead, our smoke detector was low on batteries.
If you’re a first-time buyer and your occupancy is quickly approaching, a whole series of things you’ve never had to deal with before are about to happen. There may be some stuff you don’t understand, and some of it can actually get confusing.