http://sph.ba/wp-content/themes/curvo/style.css Welcome to Hacking the Home, a blog where you’ll find all kinds of house-related hacks, from Dog Kennels to Modern Mailboxes to Alexa integrations and more. I’m helping you find easy ways to upgrade your home, garden, and life!
Treat yo Self
http://babydressout.com/product/casual-o-neck-long-sleeve/ "Owning a house is costly." This was easily the most consistent 'advice' I got as I was planning to buy a house. What I didn't.
What a Difference Trim Makes
busco mujeres para novia Color MattersWhen I moved into my house, there was not a speck of white in the place. Everything in the house - to one degree.
Accent Walls that Wow
strattera no prescription 2020 has been a whirlwind year for a number of reasons. And as of this post (October 12), there's still two and a half months.
Curb Appeal Quickies
I shouldn't have to be the one to tell you, Curb Appeal is a pretty important part of selling your home. We all know how.
At 30 years old, I bought myself a house.
I – like many – was tired of wasting my hard-earned money on rent every year. I live in Austin, much cheaper than my previous years in the Northeast, and I was still spending more than $25k every year just to have a roof over my head. Why couldn’t I spend that money on a house, building equity for myself. Then if I wanted to move (aka sell my house), I would get some of it back, or more!
So, I pursued that idea, and found a great little ‘starter house’ for myself. A 3-2, with a solid foundation, ‘great bones’ and technically was move-in ready, though a bit outdated.
In this blog, you’ll hear about some of my projects, big and small, so that you may hopefully learn from my mistakes. I hope to give you some easy ways to complete seemingly difficult tasks, and still achieve impressive results. Enjoy!