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... Depending on the plant, it may look sparse right now but will get bigger over time. Give it some time to grow and you'll be glad that you didn't buy more than you needed (more unnecessary plants can lead to more maintenance).
4. Get professional advice. When I went to the nursery, I wanted something that was relatively low maintenance, had some color to it (preferably vibrant colors), stayed on the shorter side (less than 2 feet tall at full growth) and would survive the hot summers.
After figuring out if I had full sun, shade or a mix of both, I was shown a couple of options that would work with my requirements. If it was left to me, I would've never considered those factors and would have bought what was appealing to the eye. So seeking the advice of a botanist or experienced folks at ...
Halloween is one of my favorite times to decorate my home. However, I hate to break the bank doing so. Here are my top 5 tips for saving money on Halloween decorations.
1. Reuse what you have on hand with some quick additions. You can make a cute Halloween centerpiece by taking a vase and a candle you already have and adding candy corn around it. Look at what you have and see how you can give it some Halloween flair. Tablecloths and sheets can have many creative uses too.
2. Do it yourself. You can easily make all kinds of simple and cute Halloween decorations on the cheap. Everything from using glow sticks and toilet paper rolls for evil eyes in your bushes to cute subway art with free templates. I even have some ideas on a my Pinterest board to get you started.
When you think
about reducing your energy consumption, your mind automatically goes
toward your AC or your lights. And while the big things like heating and
cooling matter, the little things add up just as quickly. Case and
point - your kitchen. In many homes, the kitchen contains more devices
than any room in the house. And if you're an amateur chef like me, you
manage to use all of them every time you go in there, which can lead to
big utility bills.
You don't have to give up cooking to save the planet, but you can reduce your usage if you use a few tricks in the kitchen.
Sometimes I think there must be a black hole in our budget where the extra money disappears, never to be seen again. Have you ever received a raise or finished paying off a big debt and thought you would now have extra money, only to find that within a few months you've gotten used to the additional funds in your budget? Now instead of it being an extra financial cushion, it is almost like it was never there. You know what they say, if you have it, you'll spend it.
For the past couple weeks I've been reviewing Open Air Cinema's OAC True HD CineBox Home, which provides everything you need for a killer backyard theater: a Blu-ray player, a high-definition projector, a big, inflatable screen, and powerful speakers.
It's an awesome setup--but also mighty expensive: the kit costs a staggering $5,499. Fortunately, it's possible to cobble together your own outdoor theater for considerably less.