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My favorite things to write about are topics that have to do with pregnancy, weddings, saving money, living green, and life with dogs. When I'm not writing, I love to spend time with my husband, read, create 3D artwork and Native American beadwork.

Tankless water heaters cost 3 times more than conventional hot water heaters to buy and install, so you're probably wondering if they are really worth it or not. Following are the pros & cons and details about the cost and installation of tankless water heaters.

With these kitchen cabinet organizers, you will be able to find exactly what you're looking for instead of digging around in cabinet for it! These are the best kitchen cabinet organizers, in my dream kitchen.

I only burn soy candles exclusively now. Here are some of the reasons why people prefer soy candles over regular candles which are made of paraffin. Soy wax candles are so much healthier and cleaner, to say the least.

If you're moving soon -- or maybe you just recently moved into a new house -- then you'll want to update everyone with your new address. Thankfully, there are LOTS of fun and creative ways to inform people that you've moved. Here are some of the most unique ways to let your friends and family know that you are moving. Moving announcements done right!

Salvia is both a popular houseplant and a popular drug. Here's how to tell the difference. Plus a list of states where it's illegal to grow, possess, or distribute Salvia Divinorum for the purpose of smoking Salvia.

The advantages of using oxygen bleach products over chlorine bleach products far outweigh the disadvantages. Oxygen bleach is environmentally safe and non-toxic -- reasons alone to switch from chlorine bleach to oxygen bleach.

See, point-by-point, why I -- and lots of other people -- prefer front loading washing machines. I've highlighted 7 key reasons here.

There are all sorts of things you can burn in your chiminea or fireplace that will give off wonderful aromas. And the best part: many of them are items you can find right in your home or in your backyard! Here's how to make your own fire fragrance for your fireplace or chiminea.

Following are some of the more unusual things that you can indeed recycle that you may not have thought of, plus some tips for where to recycle such items.