Contemporary yet comfortable. That’s the Ashley Berneen sectional. With features like built-in power recliners, it’s the ideal piece of living room furniture for TV binge-watching or a casual evening with friends.
The holidays should be a time of joy, not stress. But stress often comes when money is tight. The solution? Start a holiday savings plan now!
With these monthly tips leading up to the holidays, you can build up funds for gifts, parties, travel, and more to ensure a season filled with holiday cheer.
Two of our favorite things return in September: football and primetime TV. Make that three: television-watching parties! Hosting a TV-centric party doesn’t require too much work in terms of décor, but you do need a selection of delicious snacks and drinks.
Getting kids to eat well is hard. Getting kids to eat well when you’re not around is even harder. To help you out: a week’s worth of healthy school lunch ideas that are so tasty you might just pack one (or all) for yourself. Bonus: All of these ideas are budget-friendly, too.
You know the saying: One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Well, what if your trash was also your treasure? It can be!
If you have stuff you can’t bear to throw away — a cardboard box, a single bowl left over from a set, a scrap trimmed from a rug pad — you can upcycle it. The following three projects turn those unused items into décor you’ll be proud to display in your home because you made it yourself.
Sometimes it’s hard to admit when someone — or something — is smarter than you. In the case of the LG 55” 4K UHD Smart TV, though, you’ll be happy to admit it. Because, when a TV is this brilliant, it takes your viewing experience to a new level. Here are the reasons you’ll want to upgrade to this TV.
Hunger affects 42.2 million people in the United States, including children and the elderly, in both urban and rural communities. Not always visible, it’s nevertheless a devastating source of anxiety and a barrier to many opportunities for one in seven people in the country. It’s a crisis that can’t be ignored.
The return to school routine also brings perennial challenges: packing lunches, streamlining morning regimens, and — perhaps the most difficult — inspiring kids to do homework. One solution is to create a homework station just for them.
A designated space helps kids focus, and having everything they need on hand keeps them there. A homework station doesn’t have to be elaborate. A kitchen corner, living room nook, guestroom, or even a bedroom closet will work when you include these five essential elements.