Let’s face it, when we decorate our homes, we want visitors to think we paid good money for that look, but the truth is most of us can’t afford the home décor looks of our dreams. Here are a few ways to make your home look expensive without the actual cost!
Added by Sally Williams on June 30, 2015 at 9:13pm — No Comments
Dear Community Friends, I am looking for assistance with our schools garden. We are having a community project day on July 11th from 8am to 11am. Our students will be present to assist with all projects in school, including repairing our garden. We are looking to the community to come out and assist our students. If you can help or have questions, please email Stephanie Daniels at Stephanie.email@example.com. Thanks :)
Added by Stephanie Daniels-Lilly on June 29, 2015 at 11:36pm — No Comments
Remodeling projects rarely go as smoothly as you hope. No matter how much planning goes into a home remodel and no matter how prepared you feel, it never goes exactly as you have it down on paper. Here are five of the most common oversights homeowners make when remodeling their homes and some tips for…Continue
Added by Sally Williams on June 26, 2015 at 3:39am — No Comments
There are few greater feelings than a clutter free, and organized home. Getting it to that state, however, can be stressful and cost a lot of money if you do not know what you are doing. First and foremost, you have to get rid of all unnecessary clutter. Hold a yard sale or donate items that you do not use to open up more space in your home and make organizing much easier. Here is some more advice for organizing your home without draining your savings account.
Added by Sally Williams on June 22, 2015 at 8:48pm — No Comments
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We will be living out of the country for an extended period of time and our renter cannot care for our chickens and rabbits. We are hoping someone in the Permaculture network would like to add our critters to your mix. We have 4 chickens. They are 3 years old so they do not lay as much as younger birds but they are excellent at pest control and creating fertilizer!! They will come with their feeder, any remaining feed and watering containers.
We have 3 lionhead rabbits.…Continue
Added by Shawn & Allison Disarufino on June 12, 2015 at 1:57pm — No Comments