Every time you take a trip, do you hate over sleeping a new bed in odd room in a distant location? It does not need to be this way. Feng shui travel tips to the rescue! Let’s imagine you are planning a pleasure or business getaway soon. Even when the location isn’t full of beneficial energy, there are steps you can take with all the concepts of feng shui to enhance the matter enabling you the entire advantage of what the resort/hotel offers. Decide to travel in a more enjoyable way and you will not go back more exhausted that when you left initially.
It may not be apparent but an effective journey usually starts and comes to an end in your own home therefore a bit pre-emptive focus on your behalf creates an excellent journey as well as an easy come back. No matter if you are aware of it or not, you are closely bound to your house and the energy in it will go together with you on the journey. (more…)
The very thought of living in a lavish dwelling with tropical weather can sound unrealistic. HGTV has helped make that thought realistic by giving one person the chance to win a $900,000 condominium in South Florida. Paramount Bay, a 555 feet tall complex has 47 stories each with extravagant units. The unit that will be given to the future habitant will be on the 20th floor.
Perhaps there’s no better time of year to talk about gardening than at harvest time – the time of year when Scotts Community Gardens Celebrate Harvest Season. Found all throughout the U.S. Canada and Europe, Scotts community gardens provide fresh produce to families who have little to no access to fresh foods.
Community gardens are vital for a number of reasons. First, community gardens supply potential gardeners with garden plots, water and educational resources for very low cost. Most gardeners pay less than $50 per year for their plot, which pays for water, fencing and maintenance of the common grounds. Not only do the gardeners themselves benefit from fresh produce and lower grocery bills, the community benefits as well. As part of the bargain, gardeners pledge to donate a portion of their harvest to local food pantries. (more…)
Sometimes the best Feng Shui for your house is just a click away! HGTV Design Star, 2012, is back for another exciting season, and is bound to inspire and give you great ideas about your own home design needs. Join host David Bromstad, great celebrity judges, and other HGTV hosts as they set out to find the next great design star.
As part of the new green design philosophy that has taken homebuilding by storm in recent years, HGTV launched an annual giveaway known as the HGTV Green Home Giveaway. 2012 will be the fifth annual Green Home Giveaway, in which one lucky fan will be chosen at random as the winner.
The winner of the 2012 Green Home Giveaway gets a beautiful and custom-designed environmentally friendly home. The home is located in Serenbe, a community in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia just outside of Atlanta. The 2,300 square-foot home comes fully furnished, and the winner will also receive a $100,000 cash price and a 2012 GMC Terrain. (more…)
Scotts is revolutionizing lawn care with its Snap Pac line of products. Scotts Snap Pac lawn fertilizers and weed and feed are just what your lawn needs to be happy and healthy. The Scott Snap Spreader System is custom-designed for the Snap Pacs, making it easier than ever to give your lawn the tender loving care it deserves.
Snap Pacs fit easily into the Snap Spreaders with no mess, fuss or wasteful spilling. Once it’s in place, a simple flip of a lever and the Snap Pac locks into place. What’s more, the custom designed Snap Pacs automatically set the proper application rate, taking the guesswork out of lawn care. When you are done, simply remove the bag and it automatically seals. This saves a ton of time and energy, unlike other law care spreading systems.
With such an innovative design, it’s no wonder so many satisfied homeowners are turning to the Scotts Snap line of products for their lawn care needs. All you need is to ask yourself Are you ready for a lawn care revolution? (more…)