3 Tips for Being a Great Neighbor
How would you define a good neighbor? Is it someone you enjoy socializing with or someone you trust to watch over your home when you aren’t there? Sometimes you have to start by BEING a good neighbor in order to HAVE good neighbors. While you don’t have to be best friends with your neighbors, it certainly helps when the people who live around you are people you can still communicate with and feel safe around.
4 Hot Tile Designs to Try in Your Chicagoland Home
Are you looking for an affordable way to update your home’s design by the addition of a new accent wall, backsplash, or floor? With tiles, you can! Because of the range of colors, textures, and sizes with tiles, you can create a stunning look that’s cost-effective, durable, and easy to maintain.
Here are 8 Tips on Making Your Time at Home More Relaxing
Granted, it’s not something you can do every weekend, but if you follow these tips, you should be able to find at least one relaxing activity to enjoy each weekend that leaves you more confident and willing to tackle whatever else gets thrown at you in the new week.
Here are 8 Things You Need to Do to Your New Naperville Home Before Moving In
Congratulations on buying your new Naperville home! Now that you are ready to move in, you are almost ready to relax – but not yet. Before the novelty of being a homeowner wears off, you still have important changes to make before you can move in!
Here are some tips on How to Recycle Your Unwanted Household Items That Benefit The Chicagoland Area
Because the world’s population is growing, so are the amounts of trash and discarded items we ditch every day. And while we don’t always notice it in the U.S., doesn’t mean the problem doesn’t exist for us. We just notice it more in third-world countries because of how differently they view trash handling and recycling. We have landfills, where we keep trash “out of sight, out of mind.” As far as true recyclables go, developing countries actually make better use of whatever they can so that very little of what they eat, craft, or sell is wasted. In many ways, they are more resourceful than us. What they do discard, then, is more in the literal sense of what we consider true garbage – the putrid, stinking kind.