DIY

14 Apr 2017

Spring DIY Projects for Broke-Ass Apartment Dwellers

Guest Post By: Nick Cesare Spring is in the air, and it’s time to start making some changes. For a lot of folks this means tending the gardens, repainting the house, or redoing their kitchen with granite countertops. If you’re like me though, you live in an apartment, and your spring

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13 Apr 2017

Old School Hobbies That Are Making a Comeback

In this day and age of social media and being so busy it makes our heads spin, it’s nice to see that certain hobbies, which were once a thing of the past, are finally making a comeback. As a society, we are stressed out beyond belief. Taking the time to

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29 Nov 2016

Self-Care Tips for All Year Around

This time of year can be hard for many people. Sometimes we’re so busy helping others that we forget to take care of ourselves. I’ve learned how important self-care is, especially during difficult times like the holidays and recently with the not-my-president-elect. Here are some tips to help you in case

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24 Oct 2016

Photos From The Super Hero Street Fair in San Francisco

At an SF street party it’s safe to be as strange as possible, and people will more than likely smile and love you for it. You get to wear your weirdness as a badge of honor. In other words, to be unique on the inside and the outside in San Francisco, is to be truly honest.

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04 Oct 2016

Meet the Oakland Punks Feeding The Homeless

They pass out about 120 lunches a week as well as 40 to 50 harm reduction kits that contain clean needles, crack pipes, and condoms.

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27 Jul 2016

9 Cheap Backyard DIY Summer Projects

By Cole Mayer As a freelance writer and former newspaper journalist married to a high school English teacher, not having any money ever is a given. Somehow, we managed to buy a house – by moving out of California. The chances of us owning a house in our hometown of

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11 Dec 2015

How To Renovate Your Home While Keeping Your Piggy Bank Full

In 2012, there was an estimated 284 billion dollars spent on renovations in the United States alone. One thing that is having a big impact on the home improvement market is consumer demand for products that are environmentally friendly and leave less of a carbon footprint.
However, home upgrades and repairs can be expensive. The average cost of even a minor kitchen remodel is around $19,226, but a kitchen remodel is one of the top areas that will pay you back when selling a home.

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