Author Archive: Eric San Juan

What Makes A Good Gardener?…

Credit: Geograph We all want our homes to be beautiful, both inside and out. Although you may have your interiors more or less as you like them, many people find the garden to be a total mystery. If you want to start looking out your windows at a healthy and vibrant garden, rather than an overgrown jungle, here are a few traits that make a good gardener… Experience Just like everything, the best way to get better at gardening is… well, gardening! Though blogs such as Outdoor Ideas can offer some great tips and tutorials, no one can simply wake up one day and immediately know how to take great care of a garden. If you want to be a better gardener, sooner or later…
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SUNDAY SIPS: 5 Luscious Lagers from Pennsylvania

After a brief break — there was just too much other stuff going on that I had to do — Sunday Sips returns, slightly behind schedule but still focused on good brews you should try. This week, it’s lagers, an underrated style in the craft world. Specifically, lagers from the sort of okay state of Pennsylvania. Cheers! Neshaminy Creek Churchville Lager In a craft beer world obsessed with barrel aging and being hoppier than thou, the lowly lager doesn’t get much love. That’s too bad, because few classes of beer are as well suited to anytime, anywhere drinking. Other styles can be mood-dependant, but a lager always hits the spot. Thankfully, those who appreciate this more subtle style have some great options that are brewed locally. For…
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The Essential Guide To Recovering From A Home Invasion

Image Source   It can be a seriously disturbing feeling, knowing that someone has been in your home uninvited. But every year, millions of people around the world have to deal with just that. Home invasions, whether you’re at home or away, can be a traumatic event for you and your family. It isn’t just as simple as cleaning up after them. There is all manner of personal trauma to cope with as well, from feelings of guilt, to feelings of being unsafe for the weeks that follow. If you’re the victim of a home invasion, here’s a few ways to get back on your feet. Call in the police If you’re the victim of a home break-in, the police need to know about it….
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How To Build A Wood Fence

Guest Post by Danny L. Montgomery of zukzik.com. There are so many reasons that can drive you into thinking about making a fence. But most importantly, fences are a practical solution to security boost, noise reduction and boundary mark which you would love to make around your home. Again, a well-designed fence can give your home a picturesque outlook and that is something you can easily arrive at by considering wood fence around your home. Wood fences combine function and style together, something which is hardly achieved using other fencing options. Besides, making a wood fence isn’t a huge deal especially if a homeowner opts for pre-assembled fence panels. Here are some tools and materials that you need to have when making a wooden fence by yourself….
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Question: You’ve Been Wrongly Accused Of A Crime – What Do You Do?

Contributed Post The old saying states that you’re innocent until proven guilty. Unfortunately, that will offer very little comfort if you ever find yourself facing potential legal charges. Even if you didn’t commit the crime. We all have an opinion on the current legal systems. In truth, fighting back against petty crimes like parking tickets is more of a hassle than a worry. However, being accused of a more serious problem can be very daunting, especially if you are a good citizen. Being prepared for the process ahead will at least remove the feelings of being lost. This will allow you to concentrate on proving your innocence. Image: Those false accusations could cover a host of different crimes from DUIs to sexual assault. Quite frankly,…
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