Home & Garden
Going back in time can be a great way to make a house into a home. Of course, you might want to take in a few local home & garden shows before getting too buy focused.
Is your backyard a safe haven for your visiting grandkids, or an area rife with pitfalls and hidden dangers? Find out by reading our home safety checklist.
Five creative ideas for your holiday cards to get out of a rut and make exciting, new traditions.
Our guide to the best egg nog recipes, including cooked egg, eggless and retro versions.
Fresh flowers are a simple and elegant way to decorate your home for a New Year's celebration. Whether you choose from popular winter flowers or your own favorites, the trickiest part is making them last more than a few days.
Are you tired of the same old holiday cookies? Chocolate chip cookies might be delicious, but they aren't different. Here are some fresh ideas for 2012!
Drinkers and non-drinkers alike can toast the holidays with a collection of the best non alcoholic drinks for New Years and even sugar free, non alcoholic drinks.
Use color changes to liven up your old home. Change one room or all; use color to freshen up and bring in new life to dreary old spaces.
Having the grandkids over can be dangerous for them if your home isn’t kiddie-proofed. Here’s a child safety checklist to point you in the right direction.
Interested in turning your backyard into a hummingbird habitat? Find out what the best flowers are to get the job done.
Find out how you can watch free TV programming with the simple help of a computer, an HDTV, and an HDMI cable.
Confused about how and when to mulch your garden? We give you the scoop about using mulch.
Do you need a little help around the house? Hiring a cleaning service just might be the answer. Here are a few tips on how to do it right.
Do you enjoy gardening? Be sure to stay safe this summer by following these simple tips.
Don’t allow apparent problem of having no yard or a small living space keep you from enjoying a DIY patio garden. Patio gardens fit anywhere, even into the smallest areas.