Month: May 2021

It seems we’re past the point where only setting down the rules and installing some content filters is not nearly enough to prevent exposing our children from inappropriate content. While kids today are the real experts in technology, they’re not yet good enough at evaluating the real value of the content they’re consuming, and that’s where a concerned parent should come in.

We all want to keep our personal information safe and away from everybody else, but the need to keep physical, original copies of it sometimes gets in the way of that, and you might not even know what to keep and what to throw away.

Walls are, essentially, the frame of your room, and as such it’s important to decorate them in a way that ties together your whole design concept. 2018 was the year we said goodbye to many, many wall decoration trends, so 2019 brings many exciting breaths of fresh air, one right after the other.

More than a fad, it seems that voice assistants — also known as digital smart speakers such as Google Home, Amazon Echo, and Homepod — are finding their way into more and more American homes by the day. There’s no denying their potential convenience, but when you look further into it, that convenience depends greatly on the lifestyle of its owners.

If there’s one certain thing about winter is that, as the temperature drops, your power bill shoots up like a geyser. This is because heater use (without proper maintenance) can make up to 42% of your utility expenses.

For many, New Year is the perfect time for renovations, both for personal ones, and non-personal ones like—the inside of your home!

At no other time of the year does your oven see more action than during the holidays. Countless dinners will be prepared on it (and a few rounds of leftovers will be reheated too), so it’s no surprise that this is also the season where it gets dirtier.

If there’s one certain thing about winter is that, as the temperature drops, your power bill shoots up like a geyser. This is because heater use (without proper maintenance) can make up to 42% of your utility expenses.

After a fun-filled day in the Pikes Peak region, you can settle in and enjoy a fantastic meal in one of these casual restaurants in Colorado Springs.

Baking soda, the common name for sodium bicarbonate, is generally used in baking, as you might have guessed.