There are lots of myths out there about how to keep a Christmas tree looking great for a long time. But we’ll tell you what really works.
Hacks of some common household items for tricky kitchen cleaning.
Dry your fresh garden herbs so you can enjoy them all year long. What’s best—screening, bundling or paper bags—depends on which herbs you’re drying.
The dining room and living room don’t get much use in most homes, but with a few changes, they can become your favorite rooms.
Even established rosebushes can suffer through winter, so here’s how to protect them.
Saving tomato seeds from your own garden is a great way to grow even more delicious tomatoes next year. It’s simple to do.
We’ve selected the two smart locks that will make the most buyers happy.
“Smart” window shades can be opened and shut via remote control…smartphone app…or even with voice commands.
This Swedish decluttering technique can help you live a happier life and make things easier for your children.
Deer eat garden plants and carry Lyme-disease-causing ticks. Here are the best ways to keep them off your property.
How you treat your lawn in the fall will make all the difference next spring and summer. Here’s what to do.
Popular garden author Teri Chase shares her favorite fall bulb planting tips.
Moving can be a hassle, but with these apps and other resources, you can save lots of money…and lots of stress.
Cohousing communities are catching on in the US. They combine private home ownership with lots of community amenities. Is cohousing right for you?
In this episode of The Bottom Line Advocator, Emmy Award–nominated and nationally syndicated television personality Danny Lipford joins Bottom Line Inc president Sarah Hiner to discuss the age-old question of whether you should buy a new or an older home. What are the trade-offs? What are the benefits of each? And what should you beware of? Listen in as Danny breaks down the home-buying decision step by step.
Why do cut flowers from a florist seem to last longer than ones from your own garden? It’s the cutting technique—learn it here.
Oregano oil is in many all-natural cleaners and recipes for making your own. Does it really kill the germs that can make you sick? Find out…
You can probably name most of the germiest spots in your kitchen, but scientists have identified a surprising item that’s a hotbed of bacteria…