Fun Gifts For A Dog Lover

Posted on: 15 January 2015

If you know someone who is obsessed with dogs, then the perfect gift will revolve around their canine companions. Here are some great gift ideas for a dog lover that are both functional and useful in the home. Doggy door mats When dogs go in and out of the home through their doggy door, they can bring with them debris and muddy paw prints. Delight your friend by giving them a doggy door mat designed to be decorative and provide clean paws.
[Read More]

Choosing The Right Backyard Birdhouse

Posted on: 15 January 2015

If you have a backyard that you'd like to turn into a bird paradise, hanging a birdhouse might be one of the first things you think of. There are many bird houses for sale, but not all of them attract birds equally or attract the same types of birds. Here are some things to think about as you shop for a birdhouse. What's your bird habitat? Different climate zones will affect what birds are attracted to your birdhouse.
[Read More]

Three Grades Of LED Christmas Lights, Explained

Posted on: 13 January 2015

Many people and places take holiday decorating very seriously.  If decorating with lights is something that you do, it is important to have good-looking, reliable displays.  LED lights entered the Christmas decorating game fairly recently, and have really hit a home run.  LED lights are bright, energy efficient, and have brilliant colors.  There are three different quality types of LED lights to choose from: retail grade, pro grade, and commercial grade.
[Read More]

Shoe Selection Suggestions for Beginning Hair Stylists

Posted on: 13 January 2015

Are you starting a career as a hair care professional that requires you to spend a great deal of time on your feet? Are you trying to decide whether you'll need to buy new footwear or not? If so, here are some tips to help you select the right shoes. Ask experienced coworkers: Your feet have different needs than your coworkers. One might require support for flat arches, another could need special sizes for their wide feet, and a third might wear shoes designed to accommodate bunion inserts.
[Read More]