Did working from home in sweatpants always sound like a dream to you, until you suddenly were forced to do so, week after week? If so, you’re not alone, as Americans all over the country have been ordered to stay home and telecommute. While working from home can have its advantages (no more sad desk lunches), it can also be a struggle to stay focused when you don’t have a dedicated home office. Here’s how to set up an efficient work space — in any room of the home.
If you're struggling for a sports fix then marble racing is the perfect quarantine entertainment. Millions are now watching via social media - and so should you.
A brother and sister in Columbus, Ohio, held an impromptu porch concert for their neighbor, who is self-isolating to protect herself from coronavirus.
Have you ever wondered what an interior designer's home looks like? Local designer, and this month's cover girl, Diedre May let us inside her spectacular space. While she changes her decor often, this particular day she had every room, inside and out, donned with late summer designs.
Foodbeast's instructional video breaks down the instructions in such a way that making a Thanksgiving pizza looks almost as easy as the classic leftover turkey sandwich.
This recipe is similar to the other pizza recipes, but it offers a slightly different take on how to combine your leftovers. Allrecipes' directions are also a little more thorough yet slower-paced, so even the beginner chef should be able to pull this off.
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.