Shop Like A Chef: 2 Oven Features You Should Look For

If you binge-watch baking contests and pride yourself on your culinary skills, you might be thinking about updating your kitchen with a brand-new stove. But how do you know which state-of-the-art features will really matter in the long run? Here are two oven features you should look for, and how they might improve your cooking experience: 1: Customizable Controls Gone are the days of simply turning your oven on "bake" or " Read More 

5 Tips That Can Help Make Your Move Less Stressful

Moving can be stressful for anyone, especially when you have a large family and a lot of belongings to move. There are so many people and so many things that need attention that you might feel like your brain will explode. Remember to stop and take a deep breath every once in a while, and use these five tips to help keep things better organized during the move. Ask a friend or relative to watch your little ones and pets Read More 

Mothballs And Peppermint Oil? Why These DIY Mice Control Tips Might Not Work

If mice invade your home, you may try to get rid of them with a few DIY tips you found online. But many of these DIY mice extermination tips, such as using peppermint oil, can leave you with more rodents than you can handle. In addition, some of the things recommended, such as placing mothballs around the house, can make your family and pets ill. Here are two DIY mice extermination tips that won't work and why. Read More 

Protecting Your Greatest Reads: How To Pack Books Like A Pro

Although tablets and e-readers are a great way of storing a library within a small space, most Americans still prefer the real thing. In fact, print still remains as the foundation of American reading habits with only 5% of Americans switching to reading only e-books. There's something about the smell of the ink on the paper, the flipping of pages and the sentimental value of the books that still appeal to the vast audience. Read More 

Frozen Drain Pipe? Don’t Let Changing Seasonal Weather Damage Your AC

If you live in an area of the United States that's experiences more mild or warm weather during the winter's daylight hours than cold weather, you may use your central AC to stay comfortable during those times. Once the weather becomes cold in the evening or at night, you may switch the AC back to heat. Switching your AC's thermostat back and forth can eventually cause the drain pipe to freeze, burst and thaw out. Read More