Archive for July, 2015

How to Host an Epic Summer Block Party

Posted Thursday, July 30th, 2015 by .

What is the best part of summer? Good old-fashioned block parties, of course! Pick a day, send out some invitations, and get ready to get reacquainted with the neighbors. This blog will help you to plan a get-together the people on your block will be talking about for years!

Somewhere to Sit

While it is not necessary for everyone to have a chair when the big day arrives, it is a good idea to have plenty of seating available for all the adults. You can ask neighbors and guests to bring their own lawn chairs or folding table sets. You can also rent seating.

If you plan on making large gatherings a regular happening at your place, make a more permanent gathering spot. This DIY swing arrangement can be built around a fire pit as shown. Speaking of fire pits, here are 33 potential DIY weekend projects to get you fired up!


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Zap the Productivity Zappers at Work

Posted Thursday, July 23rd, 2015 by .

When it comes to productivity, there are a variety of obstacles that can come between you and your work on any given day. Some things, like being hungry, are easily fixed. Others, like talkative co-workers, are much more sensitive issues to address. This blog will discuss some of the top office productivity zappers and help you to deal with them effectively.

Loud noises

Monday morning, it can be a quite distracting to listen to your fellow office mates discuss their weekend expeditions, especially if you’re working on a project that’s not very stimulating. Rather than suffer through the chatter, turn on some music, ask them to keep it down, or advocate for yourself and everyone else who wants peace and quiet. Create a space for quiet work!

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The Future of 3D-Printed Office Wear

Posted Thursday, July 16th, 2015 by .

Evidently, Karl Lagerfeld stunned audiences at Paris Fashion week when he unveiled a 3D-printed version of the classic Chanel suit. The head designer for Chanel has never been one to shy away from risks, and with this type of venturesome spirit as inspiration, this blog will focus on 3D-printed clothing you can wear to the office.


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Meet the PIXMA MG3620 Wireless Inkjet AIO Printer from Canon

Posted Thursday, July 9th, 2015 by .

If you’re in the market for a new wireless printer, Canon wants to make you a happy customer with their latest model.

Introducing the PIXMA MG3620 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One printer, available in red, black, or white to compliment your home office space. It boasts a simpler Wi-Fi setup than previous models, and was designed with everyday home use in mind. It also supports AirPrint technology, so what you see is what you print: clear, crisp, and vibrant.


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Hosting the 4th of July on a Budget

Posted Thursday, July 2nd, 2015 by .

Hosting a backyard 4th of July bash doesn’t have to cost a fortune if you’re comfortable with making homemade decorations and table fare. Our latest blog will show you how to celebrate the holiday on a dime using recycled items you already have around the house; you’re being good to the land we love, too.

Decorate the Yard

You don’t have to break the bank to show the neighborhood and your friends and family how patriotic you are. You can hang up streamers, tape up balloons, and fasten stars around the house and yard at very little cost. You can also spend a little more time and create these 4th of July windsocks. Warning: everyone at your party is probably going to want one!


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