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Four Strategic Ways To Keep Your House Pest-Free

Are you getting tired of all the creepy crawlers overrunning your house? If you have issues with these unwanted guests, you can take comfort in the fact that you're not alone. Pests are quite a common problem by almost every homeowner that it's nearly impossible to contain them by yourself once they've already invaded your house. Fortunately, if you've had a couple of encounters with pests before, there are various preventive measures that you can do to keep your house pest-free. Even more, following these steps can help discourage these critters from penetrating your home at any time. Never leave your kitchen dirty Your kitchen can be the perfect breeding ground for cockroaches, flour moths, and even rodents if not cleaned properly. That's why it's essential to make sure that it's free of any food debris at all times. Also, Good Housekeeping Magazine says you need to clear your kitchen of any possible food sources that might attract rodents and other pests inside your home. It's also best

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Buying a Home Without Risking Your Health During COVID-19

If your house-hunting plans got delayed due to the pandemic, we can’t say it’s safe to resume them now, given that cases are still rising. But with contactless home-buying procedures currently available, you may already secure a mortgage and browse beautiful houses for sale without leaving your home. Online lending has boomed significantly over the last decade that it’s now common place to secure a loan without meeting your lenders face-to-face. But now everyone is urged to stay at home as much as possible; you’re more likely to close virtually as well. But of course, you’ll eventually move in; hence, safety precautions are essential. Below are some health tips to make your homebuying journey risk-free: Signing and Submitting Documents If you’re taking out a mortgage, ask your lender to provide digital copies of all the documents you need to sign and submit. Your lender shall set up an online portal where you’ll upload all your requirements, such as pay stubs and tax records. Using an online portal is relatively safer than exchanging emails since

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Amazing Reasons to Get Your Kids Connected with Nature

Gone are the days when most children would get excited to go home from school because they can play outside again. Instead, they now look forward to being allowed to use their smartphones and other electronic devices the most, and call it “playtime.” Not to be biased, mobile apps and games have some cognitive benefits, too. To name a few, watching age-appropriate educational videos help kids gain new knowledge about a certain topic and some games aid in developing problem-solving skills. However, no matter how much digital technology improves to benefit children, they can never have the same characteristics as nature. Children’s lack of exposure to nature is so extreme that it began to be called “Nature Deficit Disorder.” If your children have also been struck with this condition, here’s how to help them engage with nature: 1. Live in a Community Close to Nature If you plan on relocating in the near future, consider looking for beautiful homes for sale in a community surrounded by nature

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3 Best Investments on a Budget

Several generations ago, people were more comfortable with the concept of simply storing their hard-earned money. Late on, more banks became prolific and owning an account became the norm. However, as ‘safe’ as those two options seem, they still have their disadvantages. Simply using the old piggy bank method can cause a problem in the circulation of money on the market. While keeping your money in a bank means it has a slow interest rate, your money is safer but not growing. Thankfully, the trendsetters of this decade, the millennials, are looking to more business-savvy options for their money. 1. Buy house and lots In bigger cities, especially in the capital, the property can have a higher price But in the Philippines, the promising industry extends past Manila into other provinces. You can find many houses and lots for sale in Cavite and other locations at lower prices. Cavite still boasts its own culture, cuisine, and specialized industry. It’s also not that far from Manila, which makes

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Start with Yourself: How to Live a Sustainable Lifestyle and Make a Change

Environmental issues are constantly raised in different parts of the world. News stories about the destruction of nature and overconsumption of natural resources are becoming more and more alarming. If we continue to perform activities that harm our surroundings, sooner or later, we will experience its negative effects. If we continue turning a blind eye about the state of our environment, we will no longer have a safe place to live. Most countries are doing their best to come up with environmentally friendly development projects to help save our planet. Unfortunately, efforts from the government and private organizations will not be enough to stop the destruction of the environment. Everyone, kids and adults alike, should join hands in spearheading environmental campaigns and advocacies. If you want to be part of the environment-conscious movement, you can start by living a sustainable life. Here are a few recommendations that you can try today. Invest in energy-efficient appliances Most of us enjoy using appliances at home because they make our lives more convenient and

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Leaving Home: 4 Signs It’s Time to Look for a New Neighborhood

The location of your current home may have been splendid when you first bought it, but the years may have worn down everything. The same could happen to communities. Just take a look at St. Louis. Once one of the top ten largest cities in the country, the Gateway to the West’s population dropped from an impressive 856,796 to a depressing 301,048 in just a few decades. How can you tell whether it’s time for you to pack your things and hire a U-Haul? Keep your eyes open for the following four signs, and you can change neighborhoods before property values drop even further. 1. Crime is Rising A simple way to determine if crime is on the rise is to just pay attention to your local news station. If reports about criminality regularly appear on the news, maybe it’s time to sell your house quickly. Another way you can check the level of crime in your neighborhood is by seeing if children and women still travel through your

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