Turn Your Cubicle Into A Personal Workout Space

In today's busy world, it can be often be difficult to find time to squeeze a gym visit into your day. A sedentary lifestyle, however, has a long list of associated health risks. Even if aren't able to rearrange your day to allow time for the gym, you can use the furniture in your office to serve as the foundation for some basic exercises to keep in shape. No one is advocating that you crank the tunes and change into gym clothing at work, but spending a few minutes of your lunch break performing basic exercises can be beneficial. [Read More]

Three Things To Know Before Painting Your Furniture Creation

Making just about anything using old pallets is all the rage now. People are making furniture, games, and landscaping décor using old pallets because they are inexpensive and easy to use. One thing that is not always being done is taking the time to figure out how to paint their new creations properly. You do not want to put forth so much effort only to have the item look lackluster because the paint was not applied properly. [Read More]

The Best Mattress For Your Child

When it's time for your child to transition from the crib to the big kid bed, it's necessary to purchase a mattress to go with the new bed. It's easy to head to the nearest mattress store and choose a mattress within your budget, but you should actually do a bit of homework before making your final choice. In addition to ensuring that your child is comfortable, the right mattress will also help your child get good, restorative sleep. [Read More]

Combining Home Office And Laundry Room? How To Make The Most Of It

If you work at home and the only place you have to set up a home office is your laundry room, below are some ideas on getting it set up. The main goal is to separate your office from the washer dry, water heater, etc. to make it your own. Keep it Separate Depending on how large your room is, there are ways you can keep it a separate space. Purchase some laundry bins and attach them to the wall to keep clothing baskets off the floor. [Read More]