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Home projects can seem daunting. The bigger the project, the more time you know it will take. But if you have thirty minutes, you can improve your home! Here are five home projects that you can complete in thirty minutes or less – instant (almost) gratification! 1. Make custom curtains. No, I’m not kidding. You...

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I’m starting a series today about decorating your home on a budget. I’m going to go room by room, and today, for the first installment, I’m going to focus on how to update a bathroom on a budget. Here are five ways to update a bathroom on a budget: 1.  Change the lightbulbs. One of the easiest ways to...

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I love to cook. My mother once said that, to be a good cook, you need two things: (1) good recipes and (2) good kitchen tools. Today, I’m tackling the latter of the two: here are five kitchen tools I can’t live without. FYI: at the end of the post, I’ve included Amazon affiliate links...

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The DIY Bungalow by Karen Cooper - 4M ago

Who’s ready for fall?? ME! I’m tired of the hot, humid summer we’ve had! So, I thought today I’d move into fall and share a great project for adding fall curb appeal to your home. These fall pumpkin planters are an easy, quick, and inexpensive project. I got this idea when I had bought some mums, but...

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For living in a city, we have a lot of wildlife in our backyard. Squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, voles, hawks, and more… a virtual wonderland for a labrador retriever! Needless to say, Elvis Parsley Dog often gets a little excited when he sees a squirrel, chipmunk, or rabbit. In fact, the other day, he got so...

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The post How to Fix a Screened Porch appeared first on The DIY Bungalow.

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I’m in the midst of a spring cleaning extravaganza, and now I’ve got a pile of stuff that I’ve decided I can purge from our home. The pile consists of games, clothes, home decor stuff, books, and housewares. So, now that I’ve got this pile, what do I do with it? Where should I take it?  I...

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(Note: I included affiliate links in this post. My complete disclosure policy is HERE.) I love everything about spring…the flowers, the warmer weather, the cool evenings…except for that yellow pine pollen! Every spring, a thick layer of yellow pollen blankets everything outside. It makes me sneeze just thinking about it. For the first time in...

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Things have been quiet on the blog lately. And, with all the chaos going on, I’ve felt a need to feel centered in our home. To me, that means cleaning up, organizing, purging old things, and generally just creating order out of a chaotic home. So here are my favorite spring cleaning tips! Everything you...

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The DIY Bungalow by Karen Cooper - 1y ago

Hello friends, I know it’s been a while. I wanted to let you know what’s been going on. My mom has been/is really sick. It’s kind of a nutty story, actually. My mom got on a plane to England to go visit my brother. As it turns out, she wasn’t feeling well before she got...

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After the holidays, one of my biggest organizational challenges is getting holiday decorations and stuff put back and organized so that they’re easy to find and use the following year. For example, my wrapping paper and gift bags are all over the place! Since January is my month to get organized, I thought today I’d...

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