If you’re flying home for the holidays, carrying back gifts is enough of a hassle. Skip the baggage check or the expensive of buying new toiletries for the length of your visit with these silicone travel bottles. The set is TSA approved and makes a great gift for frequent flyers.
Whether you’re a hot sleeper who finds yourself kicking off the sheets and blankets every night or a cold sleeper who piles on duvets and still can’t stay warm, this genius device will keep you the perfect temperature all night long. The Bed Jet 3 provides climate control for your bed, helping you save on heating and cooling costs throughout the year and keeping you comfortable.
Smart home enthusiasts love Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa, so it’s no surprise the same tech savvy set loves Echo Flex smart plugs. If you’ve ever wanted to quickly and cheaply add Alexa to a few more rooms in your home, these Echo Flex plugs will make your house a little smarter instantly.
There’s nothing better than receiving a holiday card from a friend or loved one in the mail. It makes trips to the mail box better. Many people place the cards on their fireplace mantel, coffee tables or refrigerator, but how about something new this year?
There’s always buzz around the best cities for real estate or the ideal communities for first-time home-buyers. These are typically long-established homeowning hotspots whose real estate markets are beginning to slow. So which communities are, in fact, seeing the fastest growth in housing markets nationwide?
Is your home insurance fit for a castle or a cabin? If you live in one of these 10 states, your coverage may come with a hefty price tag.
Weather conditions are ripe for the Henry County Master Gardeners annual showcase of gardens as National Weather Service forecasters anticipate a mild, and mostly sunny, weekend for the Southern Crescent region.
The Henry County Soil and Water Conservation District will be sponsoring its seedling giveaway Friday, in honor of Georgias Arbor Day. The district is partnering with the Henry County Master Gardeners during the annual event, which begins at 8:30 a.m.
As temperatures rise above average for this time of year, and plants sprout their blossoms, educators, Jack Teague and Feronda Stodghill, are looking forward to spring planting.
Clayton State University recently announced that 18.7 tons of recycled items were collected on campus between May and November of last year, as part of the university communitys single-stream green initiative.