The Beginner’s Guide to Traveling Catania

Catania is located right on the eastern coast of Sicily and is the island’s second largest city. It is characterized by its location near Europe’s largest volcano, Mount Etna. People from all over the world travel to Catania to take in its unique landscapes, relaxing beaches, archeological discoveries, and breathtaking…

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5 Indoor Plants That Are Ideal For Beginners

Bringing nature in is just one trending way of making your home more luxurious and vibrant. Having nature in your home will bring about a few benefits beyond being living decor, and these include cleaner air, reduced stress, a boosted mood, and even improved energy levels. This is because nature…

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Golfing During Winter? Follow These Tips

After all, it’s colder outside, and in some cases, the weather can ruin your game. While some golfers may hang up the club until it warms up, the truth is that you can enjoy a good game of golf regardless of the time of year.  This post will give you…

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4 Ways To Enjoy Summer At Home

Summer conjures the warm feelings of being under the sun, enjoying the beach, appreciating nature, and just exploring the outdoors. It’s also one of the best times to pursue DIY hobbies that require a warm and dry environment. But while most people prefer to spend summer by getting away on…

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6 Ideas for a Peaceful Home Environment

The home is where we turn for peace and calm after an exhausting day at work or a seemingly never-ending workweek. It’s a place to rest and find harmony and joy among the never-ending demands of the world; a quiet environment where we can wind down and can get away…

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How to Upcycle Old Furniture

What do you do if you need some new furniture for your home and can’t afford one of those expensive pieces from a brand name store? Want to get your hands dirty while creating a beautiful focal piece for your home? You may want to consider upcycling furniture. Old French…

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It’s About Time

Timepieces have a great deal of meaning for me. You see, my father was a watchmaker. He loved to play with the intricate, the delicate, the tiny pieces that made a watch tick. He learned his craft by peeking over the shoulder of his first boss in the office of…

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