Taking The Plunge Into Homeschooling? Tips For Furnishing A Learning Space

Most homeschoolers believe that learning can happen everywhere. Despite that fact, many prefer to create a dedicated learning space when they first venture into schooling at home. The goal is to create a space that not only fosters learning, but also encourages comfort. After all, if your kids aren't comfortable, they won't be able to focus on the lessons. Here are some tips to help you create a homeschool space that will help your children thrive. Read More 

Don’t Let Your Date Get Bugged - 4 Romantic Ways To Keep Mosquitoes Out Of Your Candlelit Dinner

The summer months are coming soon, and that means mosquitoes will be out in full force, looking for unsuspecting victims to annoy. Some might call it crazy to plan an outdoor candlelit date this time of year, but why should some pesky bugs control your life? In fact, using these tips, you can not only repel insects without using any loud bug zappers or insecticide sprays, but also impress your date. Read More 

5 Ways To Control Spiders Without Insecticides

Spiders are a common household pest, but few people enjoy sharing their homes with them. Insecticides are an effective way to kill spiders, but they can be dangerous, especially if you have kids or pets around. Here are five ways that you can control the spiders in your house without using insecticides.  Control your clutter Polls have shown that less than ten percent of Americans rate their homes as completely clutter free, while the rest have some degree of clutter. Read More 

Satellite Technology Allows You To Know Your Boundaries

People have been conducting land surveys for centuries. Determining property boundaries is important because it tells property owners where their responsibilities and benefits begin and end. Property owners have often argued and fought complicated legal battles over ownership of water, trees, and underground resources like oil. It is a land surveyor's job to determine where property lines are drawn and who has ownership of the land in certain areas. Until recently, surveying land was done almost entirely by people with measuring equipment like tape and chains which were stretched across property. Read More