The ASPCA estimates that 78 million dogs are owned in the United States and that about 44% of all households have a dog. TurfMutt – the official spokes dog for the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute’s environmental education program for students grades K-5–wants to remind homeowners to plan a yard for their family and pet’s play, health and safety.
TurfMutt’s tips for a pet-friendly family yard
1. Consider your pet’s needs.
Dogs love being in your family yard. Most pets need Read more [...]
Tips to get the most out of your fabric softener
Fabrics just feel better when you use Downy® Fabric Conditioner, infusing them with wonderful softness, freshness, and protection. Even better, Downy is easy to sue. But how you use it depends on what kind of washing machine you have—top—or front-loading.
Tip 1: How to use Downy in HE front-loading machines.
If you have an HE front-loading washer, your machine has a built-in automatic dispenser and you can add Downy Fabric Conditioner Read more [...]
Gardening is no easy feat. In fact, several problems may arise for those who consider themselves to have green thumbs. A few of them includes termite control, weather conditions, and extreme temperatures which is why having a greenhouse to protect your plants is the best option for your garden.
Greenhouse offers protection
Having a greenhouse actually, enables you to maintain your garden the whole year round. People abroad get to plant their crops inside a greenhouse without worrying about Read more [...]
Are your energy bills making it difficult for you to plan and follow a budget? If yes, then you should know there are ways to save energy and in turn, save your precious dollars. These are simple tricks following which you can save on your utility bills during summer.
Set up a clothesline in your bathroom - Sounding strange? But, you can do it. You can save a lot of energy and in turn, your dollars if you don’t use the dryer and hang your clothes on a line. But, if a clothesline is prohibited Read more [...]
If you are anything like me deciding what to make for dinner is almost like pulling teeth. There are sometimes when I know exactly what I want to cook and then there are times when I am like it is dinner time already. Oh crap I forget to take something out of the freezer to cook. I have found that when I have a plan for dinner that I am more organized and ready for the week. When I do this the question "What's for Dinner?" doesn't give me a panic attack. Here are tips that I have found to make Read more [...]