It has been a long wait, but spring is in the air! Everyone is ready to get out of the house and enjoy the milder weather. As the seasons change, here are three strategies to make the transition easier on your home.
As the new year begins, It’s a great time to take stock, reduce clutter and say goodbye to items you no longer need. Here are some simple organization tips for the rooms in your home.
The summer of 2020 may become known at the season of the staycation, as travel restrictions put in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19 keep people closer to home.
For most of us, that may not have been our first option, but having a staycation can be still be adventurous, fun and restful. To help you out, we’ve provided you with some tips that will help you make the most of your summer staycation.
While the summer weather is finally upon us in Edmonton, and kids will soon be released from the home schooling experiment thrust on most of them due to COVID-19, parents face a new challenge. What to do to entertain their kids while still taking physical distancing measures to ensure everyones’ safety?
Life around the world has changed over the past month. Terms like “social distancing”, “flatten the curve”, and “COVID-19” are now part of our everyday vocabulary. Remote work has become the norm and we’re all spending many more hours at home.
As exciting as it can be to see snow banks melt away in the spring, it can be equally nerve racking if your home isn’t well protected. Late season snowfalls can be heavy here in Alberta, and when all that snow and ice finally decides to melt it can create lakes, rivers, and streams across your yard and next to your house.
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2020 isn’t just the beginning of an exciting new decade. It’s also the year we correct that little hiccup in our Gregorian calendar by tacking on an extra day to the month of February. Happy Leap Year everyone!
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Canadian winters are definitely short on sunlight. Near the solstice the sun’s shallow arc across the southern horizon is usually just enough to beam straight into your eyes on your commute to and from work.
We do it every winter, and it comes as no surprise. Our sidewalks, driveways, and decks fill up with layer after layer of snow, and we put on layer after layer to brave the cold and head outside to move it out of the way.