It sure seems like everyone’s been growing a lot of tomatoes lately, doesn’t it? When you think about it, it makes a degree of sense. For a number of reasons, gardening has become a popular hobby lately even among people in more urban areas without a lot of space to grow. As a result, […]

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  Kitchens – a timeless design that somehow seems to change pretty dramatically year-to-year. Every time we turn around, it feels like some interior designer has “bold and innovative” new ideas for your kitchen that, frankly, just don’t work in the real world. Maybe the colors are too weird, maybe it requires too much remodeling, […]

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  By now we’re probably deep enough into summer to realize that, well, there’s not really a lot going on. While everyone still figures out exactly how we’re going to handle this “whole COVID thing” (as we’ve been calling it in the Midwest), we’ve had to pass up on a lot of our usual activities, […]

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  Even these days, when it feels like maybe the quarantine is finally over, a lot of us are eating out less than we used to. Maybe it’s for sanitary reasons, maybe it’s because you prefer making our own menu at home (which can come in handy for you vegans and vegetarians), or maybe you’ve […]

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  Even now, as certain states start relaxing their stay-at-home orders (with mixed results), many of us are still in quarantine trying to make the most of what we have. Grocery shopping is still a limited prospect for many of us, from the restrictions placed on shoppers to the fact that many of us need […]

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  Grocery shopping is enough of a chore as it is, but right now it can start to feel like it’s not the safest option for you and your family. Staying home right now is paramount for the safety of you, your loved ones, and even strangers on the street, so trips to the grocery […]

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  By now, we’ve been in quarantine so long that we’ve all seen the various memes and jokes about people buying a million toilet paper rolls and then trying, usually unsuccessfully, to return them to the store. Hopefully that’s not you! The chances are good, however, that at some point in the recent past you […]

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