Best way to organize your refrigerator

Published February 26, 2015 by Julie Provenzano

I am all about organization, but when I come home from the store with a million bags and an impatient toddler, organizing the foods according to "zone" in my refrigerator is not exactly high priority. Until now--I did not realize that the different areas of the refrigerator are actually designed to hold different things-not just for the sake of organization, but for the sake of the safety and longevity of your food. A nice fringe benefit is having a pretty, well-organized refrigerator.  ...

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DIY: how to make new concrete match old concrete

Published February 26, 2015 by Julie Provenzano

One of the more frustrating things for an OCD homeowner is needing to replace portions of old concrete with new concrete. The two ages of concrete will not match. Not even close. And it's so painful! But this helpful blog post from Do it Yourself Divas provides a solution to get all your concrete to look (roughly) the same.

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How to hang (and de-wrinkle) new curtains

Published February 24, 2015 by Julie Provenzano

Window treatments are incredibly transformative. They can also be an incredible pain in the rear to hang, especially if they just came out of the package. Ironing new curtains isn't a great option, as they often get as creased and wrinkled by having to move them so many times over the ironing board as they did when they were crammed in the package. This informative blog post not only goes over the process of installing a new hanging rod, but also shares a secret for a no-iron de-wrinkling of...

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