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Date registered: June 12, 2014

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  1. How Much of Home Automation Is Actually, Really Useful? — February 21, 2018
  2. Massage Chairs: The Living Room Fixture of the Future? — April 20, 2017
  3. New and Exotic Fruits to Add to Your Usual Morning Juice – Check Out these 4 Fruits from Africa — February 22, 2017
  4. Four Affordable Romantic Valentine’s Date Ideas — January 31, 2016
  5. How to Provide Protection for Your Wine — November 25, 2014

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Feb 21

How Much of Home Automation Is Actually, Really Useful?

“Alexa, please close the drapes.” *Alexa walks to the window and closes the drapes. “Alexa, please make coffee.” “Go get your own damn coffee John, I keep having to tell you I’m your roommate, not a machine.” Everybody who’s into tech is still going ga-ga about The Smart Future, but is home automation really something …

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Apr 20

Massage Chairs: The Living Room Fixture of the Future?

The conventional lines of what constitutes modern décor are blurring to make way for more innovative ways to introduce ergonomic designs and pieces as part of the home furniture. As technology and the height of innovation continue to bridge the gap between international cultures, you should expect to see more furniture pieces with various international …

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Feb 22

New and Exotic Fruits to Add to Your Usual Morning Juice – Check Out these 4 Fruits from Africa

Contrary to popular belief, the world has a lot more to offer in terms of your fruit selection than pineapples and oranges. With the cup running over thanks to the bountiful exotic flavors, fruit cocktails and juices can now be a lot more exciting than ever. Exotic fruits refer to any fruit that is not …

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Jan 31

Four Affordable Romantic Valentine’s Date Ideas

The holiday season has just ended but as early as now, the next special occasion is being prepared for by a lot of couples from all over the world. As we all know, Valentine’s Day is being celebrated on February 14 by many couples, married or unmarried. This day of hearts is more than just …

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Nov 25

How to Provide Protection for Your Wine

A wine cooler is just like a fridge but it’s designed solely to store wine. It preserves and allows it to age well, so bear in mind that aging your wine properly will bring out its full flavor. You don’t need to purchase a large wine cellar as it can be very expensive for a …

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Oct 16

What Exactly Does a Pedometer Do?

A pedometer is one of the gadgets you can use to monitor your daily fitness routine. What it does is that it counts your footsteps through body motion, and usually these steps will be converted into distance through the length of your usual stride. Some models even work while cycling! Although it won’t tell you …

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Aug 29

Things a Garbage Disposal Can Do

Having a garbage disposal in your kitchen means you don’t need to endure huge amount of food waste in your home. It can also reduce odors, pests and insects, or in other words, it’s an appliance that makes your kitchen clean. It’s also great for the environment because of the reduction of waste. Other things …

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Aug 21

Find the Right Exercise Bike Package

Exercise bikes are especially made for people who don’t have time to take their bikes out and go bicycling. These bikes have a price range of $200 to $2,000, but if you want sturdier designs with more features you need to shell out more. However, if you conduct a thorough research and read a few …

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Jul 27

Why Central Air Conditioners Remains the Best Choice

Central air conditioners circulate cool air via a system of supply and return ducts. The ducts pass cool air from the air conditioner throughout the house and as the air gets warmer on circulating inside the house, return ducts carry the warmer air back to the central air conditioner for cooling. If you plan to …

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Jul 14

4 Ways to Help You Save Money With a Thermostat

A thermostat is a very useful unit that you can install in your home to sense air temperature. Basically if the temperature falls below the setting you have chosen, it switches the heater on. Then, it switches off when the set temperature is reached. It is important to know that turning this unit to its …

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