Winter can take over energy spending
December 19, 2016
The cold has hit right in time for the holiday season — when your pockets may be a little lighter from gift buying, party throwing or just having the heater running throughout the entire day to keep yourself toasty.
Preparing for a holiday party
December 12, 2016
If you’re planning on hosting guests there are a few things you can do in order to give everyone, including yourself, a good ole’ yuletide time.
Tree strategy is key
December 7, 2016
While most people love the look of a Christmas tree, not everyone loves the labor-intensive activities associated with putting it up or taking it down.
It’s just better
November 28, 2016
‘Like a waterfall, I think the dancing flames tend to mesmerize and soothe us. On top of that, when you’re chilled to the bone, the warmth of the fire feels SO much better than standing on a register.’
Time for a good plan
November 21, 2016
Take a tip from the best chefs and cooks, and adopt the philosophy of mise-en-place, a French culinary phrase which translates to “put in place” or “everything in its place.”
Winterizing your home
November 15, 2016
Some years there are ice storms; others have barely seen any snow on the ground come Christmas and January. Others we’ve been blanketed with so much we’ve had to send our kids to school for a few extra makeup days in the summer. But it’s always good to be prepared.
Brighten the wintry landscape
November 7, 2016
“You can always freshen what you have.”
Tune up now to save later
October 31, 2016
There is still time to check your windows and your furnace to make sure you’re all set for the big chill that inevitably sets down upon us when December nudges November out of the way.
From cozy to creepy
October 24, 2016
Get the most bang for your buck when decorating. The devil, so to speak, is in the details, and here are a few tips and tricks which will set the mood for tricks and treats.
New options for new seasons
October 16, 2016
Get your outdoor living spaces ready for winter.