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Breathe better with these indoor plants

Indoor plants aren’t just a great way to add style to your home—they can also help you breathe better by naturally purifying your air and removing carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and biological pollutants. Whether you’re suffering from spring allergies or just want to get a better night’s sleep, try these air purifying indoor plants. Read more

The benefits of clover

“The pedigree of honey does not concern the bee, a clover, anytime, to him is aristocracy.” — Nature Read more

Looking forward to spring planting

“Dear Winter, Read more

Determined to garden

“Age is a biological fact. Old is a state of mind. I will age, but I refuse to get old.” — Unknown Read more

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A look at 5 common recycling mistakes and how to avoid them

Some items that may seem right for your recycling bin actually aren't, and it's doing more harm than you might realize. Read more

The budget-friendly way to build a beautiful deck or patio

If you’ve always dreamed about spending your spring and summer on your own beautiful deck or patio, but you’ve put off renovating that cracked concrete slab patio or worn out wood deck because you weren’t sure it was in your budget, you need to know about these affordable decking tiles. Read more

This silicone popcorn bowl will help you make healthier snacks

Sitting down with a bowl of popcorn and streaming your favorite show can be a relaxing way to unwind after a long day, but bagged microwave popcorn isn’t always the healthiest snack. The plastic and paper wrapping create more waste, and it’s less cost effective than buying popcorn in bulk. The biggest downside of making your own popcorn has always been the lack of convenience. But you don’t need to use a stove top popper to eat your favorite snack. Read more

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