Stacey L Nash


Stacey L. Nash is a freelance writer who covers home products, home design and decor, and general home improvement. She has written product reviews and buying guides for,, and as well as editorial pieces and blog posts for and Amerisleep. She has a degree in Communication from the University of Puget Sound and enjoys an active (sometimes crazy) life with her husband and four children on 12 heavily-wooded acres in the Pacific Northwest. You can connect with Stacey on LinkedIn.

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This Husqvarna Axe Handles Well But Is It Worth It?

With origins in 1600s Sweden, Husqvarna has a long history of quality products. While they’re no longer known for rifles, which they stopped making in the 1960s, the brand is now well kno...

AUGUST 30, 2021 | MONDAY
Are These Highly-Rated LED Lights Worth the Money?

Philips is a major player in the lighting industry worldwide. Offering everything from conventional lamps and tubes to the LED light strips I tested, they stay on top of the latest and gr...

JULY 27, 2021 | TUESDAY
How To: Propagate Rosemary

Rosemary makes a delicious (and beautiful) addition to any herb garden. However, it’s known for being difficult to grow from seed to mature plant. Propagating rosemary, on the other hand,...

JULY 27, 2021 | TUESDAY
How To: Kill Fleas in Carpet

Fleas aren’t an unusual houseguest when there are pets around, but they’re not exactly welcome inside a home. These tiny critters like humidity and warmth, and they easily jump from pets ...

JULY 23, 2021 | FRIDAY
Too Hot to Sleep? This Bedding Will Keep You Cool at Night

It’s hard to stay comfortable at night when the numbers tick upward on the thermometer. Everything from the mattress to the duvet and sheets affect the bed’s breathability. And breathabil...

JUNE 29, 2021 | TUESDAY
5 Windbreak Ideas That Can Help Conserve Energy at Home

Less Wind, Less EnergyWindbreaks protect a home from wind and provide shade, both of which can help conserve energy. Wind might not seem like an energy zapper. However, according to the U...

Scientists Predict a Terrible Tick Season—Here's What You Should Do

Tick season starts in the spring and ends in the early fall. At least, that’s when these 8-legged arachnids are most active. And this summer’s warm, wet weather has experts predicting abo...

MAY 18, 2021 | TUESDAY
Why it Matters Whether You Use Glass, Metal, or Ceramic Bakeware

If perfectly golden casseroles, rolls, and side dishes seem out of reach, a deeper understanding about bakeware materials might help. Different materials affect how bakeware functions dur...

Boil Water Advisory 101: How to Safely Sanitize Water at Home During an Emergency

When a boil water advisory is announced, it can’t be ignored. These advisories mean that your local water source may be contaminated with dangerous pathogens that can make you sick. Until...

The Best Blue Light Glasses to Protect Your Eyes

Nowadays, people spend much of their time in front of screens, whether it’s an iPad, smartphone, or laptop. Screen time—and the blue light that’s emitted from those screens—impacts the bo...