Here in Michigan, as with states all over, the quarantine is being lifted very slowly – but that doesn’t mean you can’t still be careful! Most people are gradually testing the waters by having a few people over in their backyards while still practicing social distancing. The weather is perfect for a little barbecue […]

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  When there’s a chill in the air and your central heat isn’t quite cutting it, blankets are often the best (and coziest) solution – but what happens when you can’t find your favorite throw? Whether you’re storing them for the warmer months to come, or just trying to find a way to keep them […]

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  Over the last few years, the Scandinavian ideal of hygge has grown in popularity in America, particularly in parts of the country where the winters can start to feel awfully long. Pronounced “hoo-ga”, the idea of adding hygge to your home mostly revolves around making yourself as cozy as possible while the weather outside […]

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  Among all the various ways people get together for Thanksgiving dinner, the home buffet is becoming an increasingly popular option. And with good reason! Thanksgiving buffets take a lot of stress out of both getting the house ready for guests and out of making sure there’s enough to eat. Buffet-style dining helps everyone get […]

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  For most of the country, the changing seasons accompany a change in lifestyle, a change in schedule – and a change in wardrobe! While there will always be a need for things like jeans, t-shirts, and pajamas, a lot of seasonal clothes come and go with the times and aren’t worn during certain types […]

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  For all the hubbub about having a ‘man cave’ in your house, sometimes it’s just not an option. Maybe you don’t have the right basement for it, maybe you’re too pressed for space elsewhere, maybe you just don’t have the need for a full-time space like that. But when football season starts to roll […]

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  As the days grow shorter and the temperature starts to drop, we all have to face the sad reality that another summer has come and gone. And with the passing of summer comes the inevitable chores that everyone has to do – the coats come back out of the closet, the kids have to […]

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