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Your next cocktail party needs this tabletop ice maker

When you’re enjoying yourself at a party with friends, the last thing you want to do is interrupt the fun to make an ice run—especially in the middle of winter. Instead, save on freezer space and keep the cocktails coming with this Vremi tabletop ice maker. Read more

GARDENER: Study of the seasons provides valuable data

Wisconsin is blessed with four distinct seasons, unlike our southern neighbors who don’t necessarily enjoy definite differences in the seas… Read more

Starting seeds for spring

“I do not wonder at a snowflake, a shell, a summer landscape, or the glory of the stars, but at the necessity of beauty under which the uni… Read more

Burn evergreens to protect against insects

“There are two seasonal diversions that can ease the bite of any winter. One is January thaw. The other is the seed catalogue.” — Hal Borla… Read more

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A new home for $70k? 15 states where manufactured housing is on the rise

A once-familiar, low-cost alternative to traditional site-built homes is re-emerging—the manufactured home. Read more

3 cute ways to organize your kids’ bathroom

When you have multiple kids sharing one bathroom, chaos usually ensues. From preventing mixed up toothbrushes to hair ties and bobby pin disappearances, keeping your children’s bathroom organized is no easy task. These cute kids’ bathroom organizers will make you feel up to the challenge: Read more

You still haven’t performed a New Year's purge? Here are 12 tips for doing it

Once upon a time, the most popular word in the New Year’s resolution lexicon was “diet” and according to some surveys it still is. But whoe… Read more

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