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Why You Need Deck Skirting: Pros and Cons + 40 Cheap Creative Ideas

20 Ways to Keep Birds from Pooping on Decks, Patios, Balconies, and Pools

37 Affordable DIY Deck Railing Ideas for a Stylish Outdoor Oasis

Best 30 DIY Root Cellar Plans & Ideas for Year-Round Freshness

100 DIY Valentineas Day Wreaths for a Heartwarming Home

Explore 100 DIY Valentineas Day Gifts for Him This Year

30 Fun and Easy DIY Valentines Day Crafts Kids Can Make

Top 75 Valentine Crafts for Adults You Canat Miss

47 Wood Trim Accent Wall Ideas to Redefine Your Space

Best 15 TikTok Christmas Hacks You Need for a Festive 2023

5 Offbeat Ways to Show Off Your Succulents

Do you tend to kill plants? Try your hand at succulents, and check out some of these interesting ways to show them off.

Invite Pollinators into Your Garden with a Bee Habitat

Colony collapse disorder (CCD) is a serious threat to our food future. Bees pollinate around 1/3 of the food that we see on store shelves. If we are going to continue to feed ourselves, we need to protect bees and other pollinators. This bee habitat is a great way for you to help native bees in your area!

Spotted: Upcycled Candles from Old Wine Bottles

You know that I love a good wine-related craft, and these upcycled bottle candles from Rewined are rocking my socks!

Bottlecap Art: Mixed Media Assemblage by Leigh Kirkland

I spotted this awesome bottlecap fish at Sweet Melissa's, a breakfast place in downtown Decatur, GA. Isn't it awesome?

Fed Up! The Truth about Sugar

Sugar seems pretty innocuous, but more and more research is showing that sugar (in all its forms) is really terrible for our bodies. Some researchers and doctors even say that it's one of the great public health epidemics of our time. Really...? Yes, really. Finally there is a film that covers our sugar-laden lifestyles. Fed […]

5 Upcycled Art Ideas

Need to spruce up your walls a bit? Try a few of these sweet upcycled art ideas!

Dog Portrait Made from Reclaimed Cardboard

Artist Ali Golzad created the awesome dog portrait pictured above out of reclaimed corrugated cardboard, but his depth as an artist goes much deeper.

An urn that doubles as a planter: It's the latest in L.A.'s death positivity movement

L.A. woodworker C.C. Boyce is reevaluating what happens when a person dies by turning ashes into planters.

The worst things you can do when shopping for plants, according to plant shop owners

So you're ready to go plant shopping in person. Here are some tips on being the kind of customer that everyone wants to see coming through the doors.

We've all hit the pandemic wall. Planting something can help

We've started a new year and the normal we once knew is still a far dot on the horizon. But there is a way to rekindle some hope: Get your hands into the soil.

L.A. Affairs: I went on 46 bad blind dates. And then Mr. 47 showed up.

After 46 blind dates that were mostly disastrous, my expectations were not too high. I had survived so many evenings of challenging conversation, no attraction and boredom that I figured what was one more to add to the list. It would at least give me another funny story to share with my friends and family.

California Botanic Garden is a feast (including ice cream!) for all our senses

California Botanic Garden is the new name for the state's largest garden of native plants. Virtual events show how to incorporate these plants into our daily lives.

Garden Calendar: What you can go, see and do in Southern California

After a hiatus due to the coronavirus outbreak, Garden Calendar is back with a few real-time (and virtual) plant-oriented events in Southern California.

L.A. Affairs: That moment when I tell my date about my purity ring

For the first time in my dating history, the lack of a second date had nothing to do with its inevitable lack of sex. So why do I remember Anthony so fondly? He's the boy who reminded me what I was worth, at the moment I desperately needed to hear it.

L.A. Affairs: He didn't have a car. Was I more than just a ride?

I would make the drive nearly every weekend, braving the Friday traffic and returning late Sunday night. I did this willingly and savored the time in L.A. with him. But how did he feel? Was I just an easy ride?

Chris Erskine: We're all coping with quarantine differently. I have Stockholm syndrome

Doesn't really pay for me to be appealing to my captors. They are snarky, and increasingly restless. They pass the long evenings mixing up different flavors of White Claw just for kicks, the way Millennials will.

Culver City's Platform offering curbside pickup for your feel-good treats, WFH cravings

Amid coronavirus, Platform begins curbside pickup for wine, CBD.

WFH with a roommate or loved one? 5 ways to avoid killing each other

Many employees working remotely in the midst of the coronavirus crisis are competing with roommates for limited space, internet connection and attention.

Expert tips on decluttering your home during the coronavirus pandemic

People are decluttering while hunkering down at home. An expert shares tips on how to get organized during the coronavirus pandemic.

Garden Calendar: What you can still do during this coronavirus crisis

Garden Calendar: Virtual edition! Yes, there is still plenty to see during this time of coronavirus.

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