It’s too bad the word “downsizing” starts with “down,” suggesting something negative or sad. Truthfully, having fewer material things to take care of can be a very “up” experience for anyone. That’s why so many people are downsizing these days. Especially for seniors, it can make life easier and freer. Read More
The Signs of Roof Damage that You Should Know
We tend to take our roof for granted but it is the part of the home that faces the elements and takes the most damage. After a period of time, roofs, just like anything else, start to wear out. To ensure that the damage can be maintained and fixed, you need to watch out for certain common signs of roof damage. Here are the main ones. Read More
The most celebrated time of the year – for most people around the world – fast approaches in the months of November and December. Perhaps it’s because the fall and winter seasons bring people and families together for warmth, and lead resolutely into Thanksgiving and then Christmas. Get-togethers and shopping skyrocket in these months (see Black Friday for example), and it can sometimes be difficult to prioritize the things you want. Read More
Different seasons call for out with the old and in with the new, and that’s especially true during the winter season. Between the Christmas decorations, the gifts and your bulkier winter clothing, your home can soon start to feel like a cluttered mess with everything that’s in there.
At the time of writing, we are only a few weeks away from the chillier winter months. While a sprinkling of snow can leave your farm or homestead looking like a dreamy winter wonderland, many of us know that the reality of the situation is far from dreamlike. With crops and animals to look after in the brutal cold, as well as our families, the winter months can be long and demanding. Still, a little preparation goes a long way, and that is where we come in. Now is the time to get to work, and we have some tips to help you get winter ready. Read More