5 Maintenance Tasks for Your May To-Do List

Since you’ve taken care of your post-Winter cleanup last month, it’s time to start looking forward to the Summer months – sunny skies, warm air, a nice breeze, a few barbecues and the chance to finally show off the patio renovations you made last Fall.

Cook Declutter Challenge: 10 Minutes or Less

Decluttering doesn’t have to be a difficult task. There are many ways you can break it down to make the task less daunting and a lot more enjoyable. If you commit 5-10 minutes everyday for a week to a certain space, you will start seeing progress. You can even spend more time each day, or less, but remember, every minute ... Read More

How to Save Money Now for Summer Activities

While it’s cold and dreary, now is the time to start dreaming and planning for those fun times in the summer sun! You may be planning a vacation, stay-cation or just looking for fun things to do with the kids.  But, all of those things take a little extra money.

Four Inexpensive Summer Activities to End the Season Right

Summertime doesn’t last long enough for most of us. Between the warm weather, frequent vacations, and more laid back mindset, many of us wish it would stay a little longer. But when the calendar turns to September, it means summer is officially coming to an end and fall is on the horizon. But the end of the season doesn’t mean … Read More

Yard Tips You’re Thankful Dad Taught You

You’ve learned a lot from dad over the years.  He may have taught you how to drive or how to fish. And you probably spent quite a few hot summer days beside him working in the yard or on the farm. Here are the yard tips you’re thankful Dad taught you: 

3 Tips to Make your Pool Party Better than the Rest

Summer means a lot of great things; quality time with the kids, vacations your family has been anticipating throughout those cold winter months, and warm toasty weather. It also means the season of outdoor entertaining is in full swing.

How to Create Backyard Adventures For Your Kids

With the kids getting out of school, you’ll be racking your brain to find ways to keep them occupied. Summer break is a great time for adventure, learning and time with friends.  Be creative and keep your kids active in the backyard! Here’s how to create backyard adventures for your kids:   Make a Mud Pie Station