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Inspiring Elite Athletes With Hearing Loss

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Uncategorized |

When you think of professional and Olympic athletes in high profile, physically demanding sports, you probably envision strong individuals with perfect physiques. While it is crucial for these athletes to remain in excellent condition in order to make a living, some compete at high levels with physical challenges such as hearing loss. If you or a member of your family suffers from a form of deafness and are involved in competitive sports, you may be inspired by the following list of world-class athletes who excelled despite their hearing...

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4 Steps To Create A Man Cave That Showcases Your Love For Cleveland Sports

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Uncategorized |

If your love for Cleveland sports has been reignited by the recent improvements in local teams, then why not design a man cave where you can watch the games surrounded by team colors? You may not be able to make it to every game, but when you watch them from home in your new sports-themed recreation room, you can feel like the dedicated fan you are while staying warm and watching the game on your big-screen TV. Follow these steps to create a sports room that incorporates your team colors.  1. Start with an Easy-clean Vinyl Tile Floor...

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A Living Room Decorating Guide For Dachshund Lovers

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 in Uncategorized |

Dachshunds, commonly referred to as wiener dogs, are beloved dogs that many families own. When you own a dachshund, the love for the dog often goes beyond the daily walks and petting. If you adore your dachshund then there are a lot of living room decorating options for both style and the health of the dog. Consider implementing all of these decorating tips into your current living room set-up. Living Room Furniture The health of a dachshund is very important for this unique canine. Dachshunds are known for their elongated backs, which can...

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Is There A Hidden Leak In Your Home? 7 Signs Of A Concealed Leak

Posted by on Oct 8, 2014 in Uncategorized |

Hidden leaks above ceilings, under floors, in walls, or in other concealed areas can result in significant damage and costly repairs. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 10 percent of homes have leaks that waste more than 90 gallons of water or more a day. If you suspect that you have a hidden leak in your home, it’s vital to find and repair it immediately. Here you’ll find some signs that could indicate a possible plumbing leak. 1. Excessively High Water Bills One of the first things that may make you aware of...

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2 Ways To Help Your Exterminator Be More Effective

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in Uncategorized |

If you are like most people, you probably don’t enjoy hunting down spiders, rodents, and creepy-looking beetles, and decide to leave the exterminating to the professionals. Instead of sticking around to watch how your problem is treated, many people skip off to the mall or go out to lunch, leaving their exterminator to fend for themselves. Unfortunately, getting rid of bugs should be a joint effort between you and your pest control specialist, like one from Cavanaugh’s Professional Termite & Pest Services. Here are two ways to...

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Moving Into Snow Country? Here Are Some Things To Consider

Posted by on Oct 6, 2014 in Uncategorized |

Moving cross country is always difficult, but moving from a warmer climate to somewhere where snow is commonplace adds a whole new level of complexity to your move. There are several things you need to plan for in order to get ready for your first “real” winter. Move When the Weather is Mild Of course you don’t want to move in January or February, this gives you no time to prep for winter. In addition, learning to drive in snow is tough, learning to drive in snow when you have a trunk full of your valuables is an extremely...

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How To Prepare A Broken Wood Framed Window For Replacement Glass

Posted by on Sep 30, 2014 in Uncategorized |

Did one of your children put a baseball through the kitchen window again? While you are waiting for the glass repairer to arrive, you can remove the existing glass. Not only will this make the installation process faster, but it could save you some money on the repair bill. You Will Need: A small drop cloth A thick pair of work gloves A cardboard box for the broken glass A wood chisel A putty knife A heat gun Medium grade sandpaper A small tin of linseed oil A paintbrush All of these items can be purchased at your closest home hardware store....

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4 Crucial Tips For Moving Overseas

Posted by on Sep 26, 2014 in Uncategorized |

The world is a very big place, and experiencing a different culture is one of the best ways a person can broaden the mind. There are many reasons to move abroad. Whether you’re simply taking a few college courses across the Atlantic or you’re making a permanent move to a different country, you will first have to consider how you’re going to transport your belongings. Moving somewhere in your own country can be stressful enough, but moving internationally adds a plethora of new hassles. Here are four crucial tips to consider...

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4 Flowering Weeds That Grow Rampant In The Pacific Northwest

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Uncategorized |

If you’re trying to maintain a gorgeous garden in your yard, you’ll need to watch out for invasive weeds masquerading as beautiful flowers. Although flowering weeds look gorgeous for a short time, they will continue taking over the landscape, strangling everything in their path. You will lose all of your purposefully selected flowers and have to start over next year. By keeping invasive weeds far from your garden, you protect your plants from utter devastation. Read on to learn about four weeds to keep far from your yard. Ragwort...

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3 Important Steps To Eliminate Pantry Pests

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Uncategorized |

One of the most disturbing things you may discover in your house is bugs inside your food. Have you recently opened up a box of bread crumbs, cereal, or a spice jar and found bugs in it? Not only is this horrifying to see this, but it may leave you wondering if all of your food is infested! When this happens, there are several steps you can take to eliminate the problem and make sure that your food is free of bugs. Throw Away All Contaminated Food The first step to eliminating the problem is getting rid of any food that is contaminated, but...

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Don’t Throw Your Old Vertical Blinds Away! Here Are 5 Great Ways To Reuse Them

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Uncategorized |

Now that you have decided to replace your vertical blinds with new ones, you may be wondering what you’ll do with the old stuff once it has been taken down. Your service provider is probably willing to dispose of it if you’re willing to pay a fee, but why not reuse the blinds in one or more of these do-it-yourself projects instead: Trim Your Walls Consider trimming the walls of bathrooms, bedrooms, or the family room with your leftover vertical blinds. Start by washing them with soap and water and once dry, use stencils to...

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