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Summer Reading List

Prepare for an Emergency: Free Guides from Redfora Create a Kitchen Garden: Kitchen Garden Revival Restore your Historical Home: The Craftsman Blog Ebooks Get Organized: Simply Spaced Become More Eco-friendly: Give A Shit by Ashlee Piper Create Financial Goals: Live Richer Home Buying Challenge Do Some Housekeeping: Your Guide to a Healthy Home by Clean...

Season 1 Final Exam

Welcome to the last day of Home School’d! Thats right! Todays the final episode of season 1! We’ve had such an amazing time learning with you, and today we’re recapping some of our favorite episodes, PLUS we’ll see how much information we actually retained. This year we covered everything from emergency preparedness to maximilism (yes, that...

Your Guide to a Greener Home: Part 2

Today’s guest instructor, Friday Apaliski worked for six years at San Francisco’s Department of the Environment. In her time there she witnessed first-hand just how complicated and nuanced being environmentally conscious and sustainable can be. For anyone looking to green their home this amounts to a firehose of overwhelming information that leads to confusion and...

Your Guide To A Greener Home: Part 1

Today’s guest instructor, Friday Apaliski worked for six years at San Francisco’s Department of the Environment. In her time there she witnessed first-hand just how complicated and nuanced being environmentally conscious and sustainable can be. For anyone looking to green their home this amounts to a firehose of overwhelming information that leads to confusion and...

A Beginners Guide to Refinancing Your Mortgage

For many homeowners, refinancing their mortgage can be a difficult decision. There are costs to consider, applications to complete, and the process requires time and energy that’s hard to come by these days. On top of that, we are in uncertain times- which has people wondering if it’s a good time to get involved with...

Home Water Conservation

The average American family of four uses 400 gallons of water per day, and about 30 percent of that is devoted to outdoor use. More than half of that outdoor water is used for watering lawns and gardens.  Nationwide, landscape irrigation is estimated to account for almost one-third of all residential water use, totaling more...

Keep Your Indoor Plants Alive and Healthy

If you haven’t noticed, houseplants have taken a massive leap in popularity. Hashtags like #plantsofinstagram and #plantsmakepeoplehappy are trending on Instagram, and it seems like much of our feeds are filled with rooms climbing with leaves. Mail order plant services like The Sill are also popping up, making house plants more accessible than ever. Plant therapy...

Home Additions: What You Need To Know

Put on an addition or move to a new house? It’s a question that crosses the minds of many homeowners who’d like to make a change to their current living situation. Adding on or expanding a home can sometimes be just as stressful as moving. There are contractors to hire, important decisions to make and in...

A Guide To Living Small

  Home ownership is part of the American Dream, and to some that means having the biggest house on the block. While the size of one’s home is truly a matter of preference, today we’re going to explore the benefits of living small.  With larger homes comes the responsibility of maintenance and upkeep which takes...

See You at the Campground!

New parents Stephanie and Jeremy Puglisi worried their days of traveling were over―with full-time jobs and infant twins, taking time off to go exploring hardly seemed possible. But they missed the way that travel brought them closer together and knew it would help them grow as a family.  So, they bought a pop-up camper and...

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