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    Smart Home Tech for Less Than $100

    Smart homes are becoming increasingly popular as people turn to technology to save time, stay organized, stay safe, and even save money on their home’s energy and maintenance costs. Here are some helpful time and money saving gadgets to upgrade your home – and they all cost less than $100! Echo Dot – Alexa on a Budget The Echo Dot will give you all of the benefits of an Alexa assistant, in a compact size. The Echo Dot also comes with a compact price tag – normally $49.99, Amazon has a deal running right now, allowing you to snag one for only $29.99. Whether you need help maintaining a grocery…

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    Optimize Your Work From Home Space

    Working from home has become the reality for many people across the country as COVID continues to alter the ways we work and live. For some, working from home might be a welcome change – no commute, no dress code, and no fluorescent office lighting. For others, the relative isolation and potential productivity killing distractions can be a deal breaker. Whichever camp you’re in, there are things you can do to stay productive and salvage your sanity while working from home. Make your space work for you… Whether you have a separate room or home office that you can use for your workspace, or you’re working in the corner of…

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    Tips for Virtual Learning Success

    COVID-19 has changed the way we work, learn, and live our lives. This school year is no exception, and many kids are heading back to a virtual classroom instead of a physical one. For those that suffered through technology glitches and organizational nightmares this Spring, Fall should (hopefully) be a little smoother. School districts and teachers have had time to plan this year/semester out more thoroughly and adapt curriculum, instead of scrambling to roll with the changes on short notice. Even with better planning, virtual learning can present challenges to students and parents alike. Here are some tips to help you navigate (and maybe avoid) any hurdles. Get Organized… Both…

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    Outdoor Space Refresh

    Summer months are just around the corner and we’re all ready to enjoy some nice outdoor weather – especially since we’ve all been “extra” confined lately. If you’d like to create an outdoor space that you’ll be proud to host your friends and family in, read on for our top design tips. Start with the right furniture… What you’ll sit or lounge on can be the foundation of your outdoor space. Whether you opt for durable cushioned pieces (made with weather proof outdoor material) or a more traditional table and chair set up, you can build the rest of your outdoor decor around these foundation pieces. Choose furniture that fits…