Entries for the ‘Outdoor Tips’ Category



What Are The 3 Steps to Organizing the Best Barbecue Ever?

Once the weather turns warm, the barbecue grills come out of storage and we want to fire them up and invite everyone over to celebrate with us. Cookouts are a favorite American pastime, and everyone loves to eat together and bond over warm weather meals. Here are three steps to ...


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How To Get Organized for the Summer

The winter in most areas was long and cold this year. But now it’s time to put your winter clothes away – finally!

Samsonite® Vac Bags are perfect for storing your heavy winter coats and other winter essentials. Pack away your gloves, scarves and hats, too. You can store more clothing ...


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Gardening Made Easy with the Pocket Hose Ultra

When you water your garden and lawn, there are some things you should keep in mind. Did you know that a lawn needs one to one and a half inches of water each week? This can be a lot of labor.

This work can be made easier with the Pocket ...


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What Are Some Spring Activities to Brighten the Day?
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When the snow finally melts, it’s time to think green, even if your lawn is still brown. There are plenty of activities that allow you to celebrate spring, even if the weather is still a little chilly.

Plant something green to officially welcome spring to your yard. Take a lunch ...


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How to Maximize Your Patio Space
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It’s Perfect Weather to Organize the Garage

How long does it take to organize a garage? One day. No kidding.

If you are dreading this rite of summer, stop fretting. All you need is a plan. Whether it has one, two, or three bays, one day is all a garage deserves. Get in, get organized, and get ...


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Keep Your Pumpkins Safe from Squirrels
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Originally written for our sister site, Taylor Gifts

I personally love the fall, its my favorite time of year!It’s that time of year again for pumpkin patches with the little ones, hay rides, corn mazes, and carving pumpkins… Along with carving pumpkins, comes the annoyance of squirrels who like to ...


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