Category Archive: Tips And Advice

10 Warning Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar

10 Warning Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar Unless you have diabetes, chances are you rarely, if ever, check your blood sugar. Even if you don’t have diabetes or lack a family history of diabetes, you should care about your diet and blood sugar. A high blood sugar causes health problems, and it …

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23 Projects That Will Blow Your Kids Minds

23 Projects That Will Blow Your Kids Minds Keeping kids busy while they are at home during the warm summer months is a challenge for any parent, older sibling or babysitter It’s tempting to just let them watch TV but after seeing this fun roundup from buzzfeed won’t let them Let’s keep our kids busy with these 32 …

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DIY Loft Bed with Desk and Storage

DIY Loft Bed with Desk and Storage You spend nearly one-third of your life sleeping, so ideally your bed should feel comfortable and special. Here is a amazing loft bed that you can build for your child, And i bet they would love it. If you was to buy something like this it would be …

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19 Clever Ways Magazine Holders Can Organize Your Life

19 Clever Ways Magazine Holders Can Organize Your Life Magazine holders, They come in all different materials such as metal, cardboard, wood or some other materials but here is a great way to reuse them for something other than they was meant for. Get creative and clever to use a magazine holder in just about every room …

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Homemade Bean Bag Bed Tutorial

Homemade Bean Bag Bed Tutorial Bean bag beds can be very pricey. I looked at a child bean bag chair for my child and i was shocked how much it was. You can own one without hurting your wallet with this DIY tutorial! Amazing, right?. It’s easy to make bean bags, even if you’re a …

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Avoid Making These Common Food Storage Mistakes

Avoid Making These Common Food Storage Mistakes It seems everywhere you look lately, people are talking about food storage. Common food storage for most Americans is about a week’s worth of food. For the self-reliant types though, common food storage means something else entirely. A week’s worth of food is what they tend to have …

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