Is summer making you sweat? It's not just the heat, it's the utility bills. You can keep your home cooler – and save money, too.

Be prepared. That's not just a motto for Scouts.

June is National Safety Month. It's also the start of wildfire season. Dry brush combined with high winds can turn a stray spark into a catastrophe.

Memorial Day weekend traditionally kicks off barbecue season. According to the Propane Education and Research Council, four out of five American families own grills. More than half will barbecue at least once a week this summer.

Conditions are ideal for something to start bugging you. Don't let your backyard become an oasis for mosquitoes.

Designing apartments for senior living requires more than a sense of color and taste. Often, seniors move from a larger home and "downsize" their belongings. There also are concerns about mobility; is there room for wheelchair access?

We could all take a lesson from America's most organized woman. Deniece Schofield, an internationally known organization expert and author, used to live with her family's sprawling mess and endless clutter

Don't give pests a lift. April is Invasive Plant Pest and Disease Awareness Month, timed to coincide with when agriculture is most vulnerable.

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