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How to Grow a Beautiful Edible Garden on A Budget

Gardening really is a hobby for everyone. It doesn’t require much skill to start, it is relatively cheap, and most importantly it provides a great sense of achievement and enjoyment, particularly if you're growing an edible garden. It can also have a positive impact on your finances. If you focus on crops that are easy to grow and have a fast germination to harvest life cycle, you can start using your own ingredients in your meals, saving you money in herbs, fruits, and vegetables. And the best part? Some of these crops will look amazing in your backyard, balcony, or ...
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We Survived Our First Year of Marriage!

It's true!  We've officially survived our first year of marriage.  They say the first year of marriage is the hardest so it must just be easy from here out right? This year was a very crazy year for us.  Not only was it our first year of marriage, but also our first year in our brand new house.  We had a ton of warranty items to deal with and Nick got a new job.  This mixed with all of the new house projects led for a very crazy year! As you know, I put my blog completely on the back ...
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Keep it Simple, DIY turns 3! Blogiversary

I cannot believe it but yesterday, this blog just turned 3! Here are some of the most memorable things that have happened on the blog. August 2015 - First Sponsored Post December 2015 - Switched from Blogger to WordPress March 2016 - 6392 page views (still the record for Keep it Simple, DIY) October 2016 - I got engaged! October 2016 - We started the process of building our house! May 2017 - My Laundry Infographic was featured on Buzz Feed! January 2017 - Reached 5000 social followers July 2017- I got married! Your all-time favorite post Runner Up 3rd Place ...
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Outdoor Investments That Will Add Value To Your Property

A lot of people think that estate agents mainly search for square meters, wooden floors, and energy efficiency when estimating the price of a property. But it's worth remembering that good outdoor investments can really pull up the value of a property. Although internal and foundational factors do make up a large majority of the est. price, there are other factors than bricks, mortar and open living spaces that weigh in when setting a price for a property. Your use of outdoor space can boost the curb appeal, and add significant value to your property if you use it right. In ...
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Things to Consider during Your Swimming Pool Renovation

*This post contains affiliate links. The swimming pool season is here. While people in tropical parts of the world get to use their pools throughout the whole year, most of us are limited to just a couple of warm months. However, regardless of your whereabouts, if you want to do some renovation work, maybe update the design of your pool or add new features, spring is the perfect time for it. As a long-time pool owner, you probably already know what maintenance work you need to do. That is why, today, we will focus on the renovation process. So, if ...
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