3 Tips For Saving Money As A Young Married Couple

Most young married couples are pretty tight on money, and try to do everything that they can to make their money stretch from paycheck to paycheck. While living on a small budget can be hard, it definitely isn't impossible. This article will include 3 great tips for saving money when you are short on money as a young married couple.  Do Your Own Home Appliance Repairs If you or your spouse have any knowledge of appliance repair, it is a good idea for you to try and take care of repairs on your own. [Read More]

Extend The Life Of Your Garbage Disposal With These Tips

It sure is convenient to be able to rinse food scraps down the drain, rather than having to scrape every plate off into the garbage can before doing dishes. If you want your garbage disposal to keep working its best for years to come, follow these tips: Don't put fibrous foods down the disposal. This includes corn husks and citrus peels. Your disposal has to work extra hard to grind these food scraps up, and the more you require it to do this, the shorter its life expectancy will become. [Read More]

2 Counter Materials That Work Well For Vanities

If you want to add a new vanity to your bathroom, then selecting the right counter material is important because not all are created equally. Here are 2 counter materials that will work well for your new bathroom vanity. Granite First, granite is an excellent choice. In fact, granite holds up better than most other counter materials because it is so durable. One of the advantages of using this material is that it will not warp or get heat discoloration from your curling irons and hot hair appliances. [Read More]

Natural Tile Cleaning Options For The Eco-Friendly Homeowner

When you move into your new home, you feel overwhelmed with the responsibilities, and with everything you didn't already know about home maintenance and cleaning. In your new home, one of the big selling points was likely the tile flooring and backsplashes. However, now that you have moved in you may find yourself wondering how to properly clean and maintain your tile surfaces. And as an eco-friendly homeowner, you would prefer if at all possible to avoid using harsh chemical cleansers on your tile. [Read More]