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Low-Maintenance Gardening Tips For a Less Stressful Yard

In 2017, roughly 11% of the population relocated to new homes. But whether you’ve recently moved in or you’ve owned your property for years, curb appeal does matter quite a bit. Not only can it have a huge impact on the value of your home, but it can also affect how you feel about living…

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Tips to Help You Grow an Indoor Herb Garden This Winter

There’s no doubt that plants enrich our lives — and essentially make it possible for us to survive. Although it would require the planting of 1.2 billion trees to offset 70 million metric tons of carbon dioxide each year, the practice of land clearing still plays an important part in at least four different commodities…

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4 Fun Outdoor Activities For Fall 2020

Since March, the novel coronavirus pandemic has caused millions of Americans to cancel their plans and stay home in order to reduce the risk of transmission. Since a new study suggests that COVID-19 can survive on some surfaces for up to three days — and since the virus is highly contagious — one of the…

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4 Ways to Thrive In 2020 And Beyond

There is no doubt that 2020 has been one of the most difficult years in recent memory. And we’re only in August. The COVID-19 crisis will go down in history as the biggest part of this year and there isn’t a person on the planet that has not been impacted by this virus in one…

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Is Breakfast Really the Most Important Meal of the Day?

You know the old adage: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But is it really? There’s this idea that eating breakfast, even if you don’t feel hungry at the time, will help you better control your portion sizes for the rest of the day. After all, large gaps between meals would encourage…

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Are Migrant Farmworker Communities Driving the COVID-19 Case Spike?

Florida’s confirmed cases of COVID-19 continue to rise. With a record high of 3,207 additional cases confirmed in a single day last week, the state’s total is now nearing 86,000 infected persons. And while the Sunshine State’s senior population (and subsequent need for nursing homes) has been blamed for spikes in the past, Governor DeSantis…

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Family Tips to Stay Safe During the Next Few Months

There is nothing fun or exciting about a public health crisis, and as of this writing, the COVID-19 coronavirus is affecting many parts of the world, from China (the starting point) to Europe and now the United States as well. Some American states have more cases than others, with California and Oregon seeing many cases…

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