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Summertime is a great part of the year for completing projects around the home. You may take some time off to be with the kids, who can also provide you with some help on the job. The warm weather makes it easier to leave doors and windows open during work as well as to set up work areas in the yard or garage. So with so many reasons to take on a project, you should think about the choices you have for exactly what to get into. Here are four categories of projects that are great for summer home improvements.…

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Summer is fast approaching and not only is it important to get fitness ready, but also hair ready. Regardless of where you live, Summer heat can be a lot, so having the perfect hairstyle to accommodate the hot weather is always a great idea. The bob haircut was for a point in time considered to be an outdated hairstyle, but it has slowly gained back its trendiness in recent years. When done right for your face shape, it can really enhance the beautiful features you already have. Straight Bob Cut Kim Kardashian resorted to a classic straight bob cut for…

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Warmer temperatures invite more opportunities to fire up the grill for those long-awaited outdoor grill outs. But this summer, instead of spending time scraping off grill grates and cleaning an array of pans and platters, use that time to create fun summer memories. Foil packet dinners are the perfect compact and easy clean solutions. Not to mention, they can also produce some incredibly delicious meals. Here are three of the tastiest foil packet dinners to try this summer. Grilled Pineapple Chicken This super simple meal contains only seven ingredients and is packed with a bold sweet and savory flavor. You…

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Whether you want to go near or far, a vacation is a great way to relax, unwind and get a fresh perspective on life. But you won’t be relaxing much at all if all you’re thinking about is how much your long-awaited retreat is going to cost you.  The best way to fully enjoy your vacation without having money on your mind is to save for it ahead of time. Putting money away is often easier said than done, but what better motivation to do so than knowing that a little extra effort now will have you getting that rest…

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During summertime, it’s hard choosing an office outfit because you still want to look formal without feeling too casual. You don’t want to wear clothes that may feel too hot for the outside weather, and you also want to carry something light and warm for the office in case the thermostat is too cold. Here are some outfit ideas that you can use the next time you go to the office:  Lightweight Two-Piece Suit The suit has always been the number one office attire for most people. This summer, you can find yourself a lightweight two piece suit with a…

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Going on a long journey can be tiring, and the limited number of food available either on a ship, an airplane, or a train would make us miss our kitchen and the food that we prepare. Going on a road trip, on the other hand, can be easily managed because we can stop wherever we wanted and buy the food that we want. If we are going on a long journey aboard a ship, airplane, or train, we should prepare for the meals that we will have to take in especially if we do not want to eat the meals…

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There is no summertime without corn on the cob! Plain corn on the cob with butter is a staple. This summertime, corn on the cob is being served with a twist, added toppings. Each topping mixture adds another layer of flavor. Here are some delicious toppings you can add to your corn on the cob this summer. Balsamic Vinegar Corn on the Cob After grilling and peeling back the husk, dip your corn on the cob in balsamic vinegar. This makes a great side for grilled steak. When you bite into the corn, the juices mixing together will have your…

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Nothing says summer like a cold, refreshing glass of iced tea. If you’re looking to up your iced tea game in time for the next cookout or pool party, check out these seven refreshing drinks featuring tea and fresh summer fruits. All of these recipes make four 16-ounce servings and are easy to double, triple or quadruple if you’re serving a crowd. Cherry Limeade Arnold Palmer Put a new twist on the classic Arnold Palmer by trading the lemons for limes and adding a cherry on top. Lemon-lime soda provides a touch of fizz. For a reduced-sugar version, use diet…

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Road trips may sound like a good idea, but being in the closed confines of a moving vehicle for hours on end can be a pretty challenging thing, especially when smaller kids are involved. With short attention spans, boundless energy, smaller bladder capacity, and the keen ability to piss each other off when they’re bored just for sport, any parent must come prepared to keep them occupied and their mind diverted. There’s no better way to do that than with food and games. Snack Packs There are many junk food varieties available in supermarkets. But why bother paying such a…

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Rosé wine, has a refreshing taste, luscious pink color and is one of the most popular wines of the summer. Rosé lovers found fun and unique ways use this popular wine. Try the recipes below and enjoy rosé in many ways. Ice Pop Cocktail with Rosé Ingredients: Rosé Wine Real Strawberry Ice Pops To make this refreshing drink, simply place a strawberry ice pop into a wine glass (with the stem facing up). Then, pour your favorite rose-colored wine over until the glass is 3/4 full. As you sip, the delightful strawberry flavor will mix beautifully with the wine. Whiskey…

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