Around the House Newsletter: June 2015
On the Lighter Side
Duct tape was developed in 1942 for use by the US Army as a waterproof sealing tape for ammunition boxes.
I seldom end up where I wanted to go, but almost always end up where I need to be.
– Douglas Adams
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What Affects My Indoor Air Quality?
Your indoor air quality is a big deal. Whether you are an allergy sufferer or not, airborne particles can still affect you. The first step to improving your air quality is to understand exactly what is harmful.
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Simple Home Hack
Use a few woods scraps and some flat stones to make a creative area to clean your feet before you go inside! The raised stones allow the water and dirt to drain without pooling.
Beat the Heat During Hot Summer Nights
So many factors go into getting a restful night of sleep. One that we often overlook is temperature. Studies have shown that the optimal temperature for sleeping is somewhere between 60 and 70 degrees. Rather than turning your air conditioner down every night, which can potentially be costly, here are some creative tips to keep you cool as a cucumber.