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Why It’s Great to Grow Kale Indoors

Kale is the “it” superfood of the 2010s, the mason jar of the vegetable kingdom. And with good reason! This dark green member of the cabbage family, whether flat-leaf or curly, packs an incredibly healthy punch. 55 more words

Articles

Gift Your Child with a Love of Reading

A love of reading may be one of the greatest gift dads will ever give their children – a gift that will be an important foundation for their lives and for future generations. 280 more words

Short

Posh Precioustone Collection Brings Majestic Splendor Indoors!

When it comes to turning natural stone into a dazzling work of art, few come close to the panache of Italian firm Antolini. It was only a few weeks ago that the company unveiled their latest innovation by creating a natural stone range for the kitchen and bathroom that fights bacteria and …

Daily inspiration, balcony

An open door out to the back – a nice feeling that I experience daily with an early breakfast or just a book & something cold to drink.  36 more words

Homes / Interiors

Take one jar . . . an autumnal hurricane vase

In the garden, the Liquidambar is shedding its leaves, spreading a blaze of autumnal colour across the lawn.

The leaves are too beautiful to become garden waste just yet.   70 more words

Simple Pleasures

Pipes at Pompeii

This isn’t strictly about public space, but I simply loved seeing all the ceramic pipes around Pompeii. Most of the ones I saw were exposed in the walls of the houses, but some of them were drainage pipes. 143 more words

Outdoors

Midterms Suck (Today's Book: Inu-bu!: Bokura no Shippo Senki)

Right now at school, we’re in the middle of midterms. Midterms suck. Duh.

My only solace is when I come home. I take the metro home, and when I’m unlocking the door, I hear a little cry of a puppy who wants to see me. 957 more words

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