ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rachel Brougham is a former newspaper editor who now works as a columnist, writer, and editor in the freelance newspaper and magazine world. She spends her free time gardening, doing house projects, exercising, and hanging out with her son, husband, and their dog.
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Micro apartments, which are generally less than 350 square feet, are tight on living space but offer gigantic benefits for the right person. These tiny—smaller even than studio apartments...
With a backyard putting green, you can transform the look of your yard, plus work on your golf game whenever you like!
If this weekend’s forecast looks favorable and you’re itching to get outside for some DIY, consider conquering one of these 10 projects.
When it comes to painting furniture, it would be ideal for the finished project to be picture-perfect. However, if you take shortcuts, there’s the risk of it looking sloppy. The paint can...
Eco-friendly home upgrades won’t just make your home more comfortable, they can also help you save money over time. These 10 upgrades offer the best return on your investment.
Japanese beetles might be harmless to humans but that doesn’t mean you want them around. This invasive insect feeds on more than 300 plants and costs the United States more than $460 mill...
Selling a home is all about first impressions, so don’t let potential buyers take a pass just because your landscaping isn’t up-to-date.
If you’re thinking about updating your home’s exterior, be sure to avoid these outdated, so-20th-century trends.
It’s easy to get your garden growing and help it thrive with some quick-turn composting tricks any level composter can do at home.
No, it’s not your imagination. You’re paying more for some home improvement building materials these days, and you have the pandemic to blame.