The farmers markets of summer get all the glory, but pound for pound, the winter markets have more guts. These off-season centers of homegrown commerce, which run from about Halloween through Easter, are like the distilled essence of their summer counterparts, smaller but more potent. Cuter — with more hot cocoa on tap.
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You wipe down your spotless kitchen counters daily, scrub your toilet bowl twice a week, and sweep your floors every Sunday, but there’s one thing you’re probably forgetting to clean as often as you should: your smartphone.
Daylight saving time ends this Sunday, which means we’re heading into a period of longer nights and shorter days. For many of us, the loss of natural light in the evening can make it all too easy to feel sluggish and cooped up. But with a little effort, you can create a light, bright and clean home environment to combat that wintertime slump. Read on for 10 ideas to create a cozy home this fall and winter:
As we get close to winter, it’s time to begin preparing your home. By following these steps you can stay warm.
It took me the longest time to warm up to winter squash. I can’t put my finger on why I was so resistant to it; but never mind, I am now a big fan.
With winter weather just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about how to protect your bike from ice and snow without taking up too much space in your home. Fortunately, this Crawford-LeHigh $11 mount is the super simple, super affordable solution. Here are 5 reasons you need this bike mount in your life.
With cool fall and winter weather just around the corner, September is the perfect month to prepare your garden for falling temperatures. These simple garden tasks will help you wind down, prolong the life of flowers and vegetables and prevent problems from overwintering.