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The kitchen is a place of excess plastic waste. Living a sustainable lifestyle takes time to get used to. Try incorporating some of these zero-waste, natural, eco-friendly, and sustainable alternatives into your kitchen to get started.
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Property values can fluctuate because of the current economic situation in your city, the job market, and the availability of mortgage funds. Here are five tips to help you improve your property value and the overall appearance of your home.
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Bacteria can grow and spread on a wide range of surfaces and objects. It’s critical to prevent and stop the spread of bacteria in the kitchen to ensure a safe environment. Here are six tips that will help keep your kitchen free of bacteria and keep you safe.
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According to the Daily Mail, it's estimated that the average person will spend 3,680 hours in their lifetime looking for misplaced items. These seven storage hacks will minimize the time you spend looking for lost items while clearing up your home environment and mind. 


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Sustainability is necessary to ensure future generations have a prosperous world to live in. If you want to live a more sustainable lifestyle, start with minimizing your environmental footprint. Here are six tips to start living a more sustainable life.