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September 11, 2020
5 Things to Give Up If You Want to Travel More

  Traveling is an amazing opportunity to see the world and its rich display of culture. With hundreds of countries, dozens of climates, and more than anyone could possibly see in one lifetime, the Earth is rich with experiences; both human and strictly nature-driven. If you’re looking to see more of our beautiful planet and […]

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August 18, 2020
Steps To Hire An Expert For AC Repair Tomball TX

Many people ensure to check on one important thing especially during summer in Tomball TX- a reliable air conditioner. If you are looking for AC replacement or AC repair Tomball TX, it is hard to determine which contractor to approach. As you have numerous options, it will be confusing to make the right decision. Remember, […]

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July 16, 2020
Top 4 Tips For Apartment Hunting With A Disability

Finding Your New Rental Home Being disabled will put you in a position where you face difficult challenges, however, there is good news. Modern society has been specifically constructed to give everyone a spot where they can flourish as much as it’s possible for them to. In the United States specifically, this state of affairs […]

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June 24, 2020
7 Things to Remember When Designing a Home Depot Tiny House

Are you designing your very own tiny home? When it comes to designing a tiny house, there are many crucial design factors you must not forget. Learn how to build a Home Depot Tiny House. Are you trying to get started with designing a tiny house? Thinking about living the tiny home lifestyle? check out […]

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June 22, 2020
Top 5 Cities for LGBT Travelers

A rainbow-colored spectrum of fabulous cities around the world await those who seek LGBT-friendly destinations. From the laid-back friendliness of Portland, to the clubs of Berlin, to the Pride Festivals of Auckland, we’ve rounded up the top five cities that will ensure your next holiday is incredible. Tokyo, Japan – there is no city on […]

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June 19, 2020
10 Designs That Are Popular To Home Buyers

Architectural preferences can differ as much as our choices for clothing, as every design has its character and style. Some may prefer the vintage interior of  Pre-World War II, and others may prefer a modern look. According to reputable realtors like Blake Nelson Real Estate, these are the type of architectural designs that homebuyers prefer […]

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June 3, 2020
Where Can You Travel to During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

With all of the lockdowns taking place all over the world and national borders being closed, traveling is not really something possible at the moment - or so it would seem. As things look better in some countries, in order to save their economy, some states have decided to open their borders for tourism in […]

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May 31, 2020
Staining Wood Siding: The Ultimate DIY Guide

Wood siding can be stained a variety of colors to fit almost any exterior color scheme. When choosing a stain, look for an exterior waterproof stain that will protect against fading. Once you have chosen a color, test the stain in a small, unnoticeable section, or a piece of spare wood. This will allow you […]

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May 18, 2020
Is The Skyscraper Era Over?

When the human race started to build skyscrapers, the process as about ambition as much as it was about practicality or architecture. We wanted and needed new places to work in our increasingly busy city centers, but we also wanted to make a statement about our increasing mastery over shape and structure. A skyscraper is […]

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May 15, 2020
Here’s How to Prepare for a Power Outage

Americans typically lose power for an average of four hours per year. There are several events that can cause power outages, such as snowstorms, tropical storms, high winds, accidents, and fires. In North America, citizens are also affected by hurricanes and tornadoes. Severe storms can result in loss of power for several days.   A prolonged power outage […]

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May 12, 2020
Keeping Things Clean: What Is a Sewer Jetter?

If you've noticed that pipes around your home are clogged lately, you may need to start sewer jetting. But what is a sewer jetter? Click here to learn! Sewage lines are the unsung heroes of America. 800,000 miles of public sewers run beneath the country’s surface. And, thanks to them, most people never have to […]

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May 8, 2020
The Ultimate Guide to Learn Everything You Need to Know About Asphalt Paving

Asphalt paving is one of the most used techniques to pave drive ways and temporary roads. Here is the ultimate guide to learn everything about asphalt paving. While its something most people take for granted, a life without asphalt would look very different to many people. In America, there are 2.7 million miles of asphalt […]

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March 28, 2020
Tom Hanks House: The Pacific Palisades Home

Celebrities are known to take things to another level! One of America’s finest actors and filmmaker Tom Hanks is no different. Tom Hanks' house is quite interesting. Box-office star, producer, director Tom Hanks and his wife, actress-producer Rita Wilson are proud owners of multiple multi-million-dollar luxury properties.  The power couple sold two neighboring properties for […]

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February 3, 2020
Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities in the USA in 2020

Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities Detroit, MI Violent Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents): 20.0 Your chance of being a victim: 1 in 50 The Motor City once again not a surprise to be on the list. Major U.S. cities tend to grow but Detroit on the other hand, has seen steep population declines for half […]

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January 28, 2020
Minneapolis vs St Paul: Which One To Move To

You’ll find distinct seasons, friendly neighborhoods, and commercial opportunities in Minnesota. This state offers different cities where people can call their new homes. Among these ones, you might be considering relocating to Minneapolis or St. Paul. Check out Minneapolis vs St Paul. Continue reading to know more about these two cities in this 32nd state […]

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January 15, 2020
Greek Islands Which Make For The Perfect Holiday Destination

When it comes to a summer break most people like to keep things simple, they want sun, fun, sand and sea in order to relax and step away from reality for a while. It is no surprise then that for more than 50 years the Greek islands have been the destination of choice for so […]

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January 9, 2020
How to Choose the Best Family Room Furniture

Do you want to encourage your family to spend more time together? Is your home ready for a change in the heart of the home? Does your family room furniture need replacing? In America, home renovation and improvement is a major investment. One main reason Americans renovate homes is to achieve a new look. For […]

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December 21, 2019
Water Cutters: What Are They and How Do They Work?

An ancient form of water cutting dates back to Roman times. They used hydraulic systems that diverted high-pressure water to carve gold out from stone. Hydraulic mining even became popular in America during the Gold Rush of the 1850s. Miners often used it in their search for gold in frontier California. Since then, technology has […]

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November 22, 2019
Here Are the Different Types of Ceilings Used In Various Properties

Have you ever made an entrance into a building and stared at the ceiling for long? Gorgeous ceilings have that effect on people. You can achieve this by changing the type of ceiling in your property. Whether you own a residential or commercial, you can use the ceiling to express your style. Instead of using […]

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October 23, 2019
What is New Mexico’s Energy Transition Act?

New Mexico is the 47th state formed in the United States of America. It lies in the southwest region surrounded by land on all sides. Aptly nicknamed “The Land of Enchantment,” it has a vast land area of 121, 590 square miles, which is filled with breathtaking scenery, rich history, and art. Well, it is […]

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August 22, 2019
American Cities With Incredible Architecture That You Should Visit Now

As a blogger, I love posting articles on cities and their amazing architecture. Here is an article talking about some great US cities' architecture. As the third-largest country in the world, witnessing the country's greatest buildings and architectural feats can feel challenging. With so much to see in the country, knowing where to start might feel […]

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July 17, 2019
Rush Limbaugh's House in Florida

The Rush Limbaugh House Impresses Everyone with his Florida House Rush Hudson Limbaugh III is a well known Republican radio talk show host and political commentator. The Rush Limbaugh house is in Florida where he broadcasts The Rush Limbaugh Show that is the top rated talk show in America. He is one of the highest […]

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April 21, 2019
Golden Opportunities in San Francisco

On the Pacific coast of California, San Francisco is an alluring destination for many travelers. It’s a city of stunning architecture, graced by the Golden Gate Bridge, as well as a rich culture and diverse art scene. Whether you’re traveling to San Francisco for a weekend or a month, it’s a good idea to look […]

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November 30, 2015
Enter The Mall of America

Enter the city within a city. The Mall of America is a symbol the vitality of business. Hosting over 4 miles of total store front footage, the MOA is a testament to revolutionizing the shopping experience.  Since the doors opened on August 11, 1992, the MOA has become one of the most sought tourist destinations […]

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