Take a peek at some suggestions for an unusual Valentines date or keep those list handy for when you need a few tried-and-true date destinations in the future.
Having overnight guests at your house can be intimidating even though having house guests can be so much fun. By preparing for visitors ahead of time you will ensure that your guests will have a comfortable stay, and you will be able to take some pressure off yourself during their stay as well. It doesn’t take much but a few dollars and a little pre-planning to create a cozy space for overnight or weekend guest.
Having pet odors inside your home can turn off potential home buyers and keep your home from selling. Ask your real estate agent for an honest opinion about whether your home has a pet smell—you may not smell it if you are living with it day to day. If your agent holds their nose, here’s how to get rid of the smell.
To use color boldly can be a challenge. Many people end up picking the wrong color for the wall (probably because of the small paint chips we use to pick our colors), and then we wonder why we aren’t happy with the result. One option to avoid this conundrum may be to cover the wall with bold oversized art. Sure it is jumping in with both feet—but why not?
Looking for a fun project to help revitalize your home’s backyard?
Consider building an outdoor room. The additional structure will provide space for your family and friends to gather outdoors—and it will increase your property’s appeal and value.
In the old days, a paper map and a camera were seen as necessities for a long drive. Whether your goal is to beat traffic, boredom, or you original budget plans, there are several high-tech items to consider for your next outing. Today, there are tons of gadgets that can be powered by your car’s cigarette lighter, as well as apps and other ways to bring a bit of high-tech flare and convenience to the classic road trip.
Planning to pack up and hit the road this summer? Consider riding with one of our eight must-have devices.
The unique combination of wetland, bayou, prairie, and forest ecosystems in the area around Houston, Texas have given rise to several protected wildlife and natural refuge areas. Beyond the close proximity several smaller towns offer crabbing, quaint eateries and an array of outdoor festivals. Grab your sunscreen, hat and wanderlust and hit the road for the perfect summer day trip.