BMoxie Contributors At Home. Making a House a Home.
I can say I was a little surprised when Pennington Seed asked me to again take part in a spring blogger program – a sponsored partnership, which includes a gift card giveaway (at the bottom). I mean – last year, you followed along as I visited Pennington’s NexGen facility in Oregon, you followed along as I received results from growing experiments there (first - 1-Step Complete, then - Smart Seed), and as I seeded a new lawn for Mrs. Moxie. [...]
Don’t Be Alarmed, Nothing to See Here :: Connecting and Troubleshooting a Hard Wired Security System7
... another project, while, yes, on my long term to do list - my security system. It too ate up a lot of my time. I did finally get it hooked up, but not without its fair share of difficulties … and perhaps, if I want to share now - it is best for me to start at the beginning ... kind of. Below is "One Man's Simple Tale of a Security System Gone (Hay) Wired." [...]
When designing a backyard pond your goal should be to create a pond that looks like it has always existed in the landscape; incorporating natural, flowing lines with a variety of rock sizes and shapes. [...]
What are the prevailing trends with ceiling paint? This vid from friends AK Renovations cites the continuing trend of painting ceilings not white, but rather a shade just lighter than that used on the walls. [...]
We all have a natural tendency to spread our furniture and belongings out to fit the size of our homes. Like the nature of a gas to expand to fill whatever container it finds itself in, we always seem to find a way to crowd and clutter a room—no matter how large—if we don’t proactively organize it. Sadly, there never seems to be enough space. There are, however, a few tricks we can play on the mind to make a room seemingly double in size, and a few handy tools to unlock the hidden space in any room. [...]