Tracy Anderson

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tracy K. Anderson has worked as a freelance copywriter and marketing consultant for 20 years, contributing work to Stewart Painting, Snow's Home and Garden, and Edible Cape Cod. Today, she serves as Director of Communications at Cape and Islands United Way. The recipient of a B.S. in Journalism from Syracuse University, Ms. Anderson lives with her son in Yarmouthport, MA. Tracy K. Anderson on LinkedIn

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FEBRUARY 9, 2015 | MONDAY
10 Quick and Easy DIYs to Do with a Sharpie

Everyone loves a Sharpie. Introduced in the '60s, Sharpies were the first pen-style permanent marker on the market—and have since become an iconic writing implement. But they're also a gr...

JANUARY 30, 2015 | FRIDAY
9 DIY Ways to Redo Your Wall—Without Paint

The walls of our homes have the power to speak volumes about our lives. Filled walls produce a lived-in look packed with personality, while blank walls suggest that you don't plan to stic...

JANUARY 29, 2015 | THURSDAY
Buy or DIY: 8 Clever Solutions for Storing Pots and Pans

No matter how large your kitchen, there never seems to be enough room for all the cookware. Pots are bulky, shapes and sizes vary, and those pesky lids have a mind of their own. But that ...

JANUARY 15, 2015 | THURSDAY
5 Things to Do with... Matchboxes

Before antismoking campaigns and the advent of disposable lighters, matchboxes and matchbooks were very common. They were everywhere. Today, matchboxes are, most of all, mementos—of that ...

DECEMBER 23, 2014 | TUESDAY
7 Ways to Transform String Lights from Holiday to Every Day

When it's time to take down the tree this year, you might want to hold off on packing up the holiday lights. With a bit of effort and a dose of inspiration, you can dress up ordinary stri...

DECEMBER 17, 2014 | WEDNESDAY
Banish Boredom with 7 Kid-Friendly DIY Projects

Trees to trim. Gifts to buy. Recipes to make—sometimes in epic proportions. Sure, it's all in the holiday spirit, but when it comes right down to it, we all wish we had less activity and ...

DECEMBER 15, 2014 | MONDAY
8 Clever Ways to Reuse Wrapping Paper

Once you've torn through the stack of presents on Christmas morning, you're likely left swimming in a sea of wrapping paper scraps. If you're in the camp that feels wasteful to use so muc...

DECEMBER 8, 2014 | MONDAY
10 Holiday Ornaments to DIY with Everyday Stuff

There is certainly no shortage of beautiful holiday ornaments. Retail stores are stocked with an amazing array of shiny baubles, all vying for a special spot on your tree. But as pretty—a...

DECEMBER 4, 2014 | THURSDAY
9 Things You Never Thought to Paint—But Should

When you're picking up a can of paint in your favorite color, 9 times out of 10 it's destined to land on a wall. But there are so many other surprising accents and fixtures around the hou...

DECEMBER 1, 2014 | MONDAY
Boring Bathroom? 7 Fixes for an Old Medicine Cabinet

Medicine cabinets aren't just for meds anymore. In reality, they function as a catchall for all those bathroom necessities you want close at hand but still out of sight. Yet, despite its ...