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How To Grow Your Own Tobacco and the Benefits of Planting Your Own

Tobacco is famous for the adverse effects it has on our health. However, according to experts, there are benefits of tobacco if you are choosing a mix ratio, such as it lowers the risk of Parkinson’s disease, lowers obesity, lowers the risk of knee-replacement surgery, and so on. The experts claimed that the medicinal use of tobacco is for colds and catarrh. Now let’s talk further about how to grow your tobacco and why you should do it. Why Grow Your Own Tobacco Tobacco plants are not just affordable and fun to use...

Breakup Aftermath: Who Gets to Keep the Dog?

When you’re starting, you bought a pup to raise your partner in the apartment you share. Now that you’ve split, properties are getting divvied up, and boundaries are reclaimed. After a lot of moving out and moving on, who gets the pup? It is a dilemma as both of you have a valid claim to your little fur-baby. But as much as both of you needed furry kisses to get you through this emotionally rocky times, you need to think of what’s best for your pup. Decide on who can best take care of the dog on their own. Who has a flexible time? If you knew you have to spend most of your time at work and your partner can see to your ...

Five Quick and Easy Fixes to Perk Up Your Porch

Don’t you just love a nice little porch to place that good old rocking chair to sip your morning tea or welcome you after a hard day’s work? Well, we all do, so we compiled these quick and easy fixes to perk up your little porch with budget-friendly upgrades. Check your porch. Include your porch in your routine house cleaning. The outdoors can be harsh on porches and often leave them dusty, exposed to termites, or rusty. Bring your hammer and nails out. Replace those squeaky floorboards or tighten screws here and there. Safety first! Add some colors. ...

No Yard, No Problem: Build Your Own Pocket Garden

Growing your food is a trend nowadays, as numerous websites and lifestyle shows feature the health benefits of home-grown food to you and your family. However, growing your food in the city can be quite a challenge for most city-dwellers due to various issues such as limited space, access to proper sunlight exposure, or lack of good soil source. Fret not, aspiring garden guru because we got you. Surprisingly, some herbs and veggies grow well in pots. Tomatoes, peppers, salad greens, and micro-greens don’t have deep roots and grow up to a manageable height making them perfect potted food factories right on your windowsill. For ...