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  1. Getting ready to live the dorm room life!

    Getting ready to live the dorm room life!

    Dormitory rooms at colleges and universities usually average about 12-by-19 feet. That means students entering their freshman year at universities across the country have, on average, 228 square feet of living space. Talk about tiny living! You can help your student get creative to maximize every inch so they have a welcoming space to live and study. And the best...
  2. The Great Bedroom Television Debate: Yes or No?

    The Great Bedroom Television Debate: Yes or No?

    When we moved into our home 15 years ago, I just had one rule: No television in the bedroom. To be fair, we didn’t have options for hiding the television, like the TVLiftCabinets available today or the TV Smart Mirrors that actually add style and function. Back then we just had gigantic televisions that took up a ton of space...
  3. When Choosing Updates For Your Home, Make The Smart Choice

    When Choosing Updates For Your Home, Make The Smart Choice

    Many people will be looking at updating their homes in 2016. Some are getting homes ready to sell, as they need to downsize or upsize. Others are simply trying to make their living space more comfortable, and as the economy improves, HGTV reports that people are looking at ways to invest in their homes to get the most value for...
  4. The Power of A Good Night’s Sleep

    The Power of A Good Night’s Sleep

    Are you getting a good night’s sleep? Every night? Estimates from the National Sleep Foundation suggest that at least one in three Americans are not getting enough quality sleep, which is having a huge impact on their quality of life. And while many people claim they get between 7-8 hours a night, 35 percent of Americans report their sleep quality...
  5. Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall - Father's Day is Just Around the Corner

    Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall - Father's Day is Just Around the Corner

    The first Father’s Day can be traced to the ruins of Babylon. It is believed that a young boy called Elmesu carved a Father’s Day message on a card made of clay more than 4,000 years ago, wishing his father good health and a long life. Today many dads still get clay gifts and homemade cards, but it’s safe to...

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