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6 Signs Youre Addicted To Home Improvement Initiatives

We hope this info helps you to do easy home improvement tasks around your own home. It covers a wide range of topics from bathroom and kitchen reworking, to inside design, gardening, crafts, cooking, health and nutrition, and far more.

How stressful are home renovations?

Part of the reason renovations are so stressful is that they can really do a number on your daily routine. Whether it’s putting your kitchen

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How Much You’re Really Paying in Property Taxes

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Local governments collect property taxes to pay for community needs like public safety, education, infrastructure, street maintenance and recreation. Typically, property taxes are based on home values — and the tax rate varies among municipalities.

Find Out: 30 Ways To Upgrade Your Home Without Blowing Your Budget

There’s no such thing as states with no property taxes. So whether you’re a new homeowner or have been

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7 things to know if you’re planning to camp in Oregon

One of Oregon’s most unique summers is coming to an end this Labor Day Weekend.  

A season that saw mass closures of recreation sites due to the COVID-19 pandemic from March to May, followed by an unprecedented number of people flooding outdoors from June to August, has meant nothing about this recreation season has felt normal.

And that continues into the holiday weekend.

Hot temperatures combined with the pandemic’s lingering

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35 Places You’re Most Likely to Catch COVID

If your town is like most areas, local businesses, such as retail stores, bars, and restaurants are probably starting to open their doors. As excited as you may be to revisit your favorite local establishments or get together with friends and family, it’s important not to become lax about the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out these 35 places you’re most likely to catch COVID so you can better understand the risk

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Dreaming about your next trip? You’re not alone, but this time it’s different

If you’ve already canceled your summer vacation, you’re probably dreaming about your next one. It’s OK. So are a lot of people.

Rob Hall is one of them. He skipped his family cruise to Italy this summer but is optimistic that the worst of the COVID-19 outbreak will be over by fall. He’s planning to fly to Maui for a few days in October – at least that’s his dream. 

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30 Money Mistakes You’re Probably Making This Summer

Summer is usually a time to cut loose and have fun, and while you may not be traveling as much this year, there are still ways to enjoy the season. If you’re not careful, though, fun can lead to overspending and a multitude of other money mistakes.

You certainly don’t want to pay for those mistakes the rest of the year. So, to maintain your financial well-being while still enjoying

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