Articles by: Nancy Burgess

Nancy Burgess

There are always notes, photos, children’s artworks and holiday cards you want to keep visible in your kitchen. A memo board project is a great alternative to the more traditional front-of-the-refrigerator display palate. How can it be done using an inexpensive and fun arts and crafts project for the whole family? Grab a package of […]

Nancy Burgess

 · Jan 3, 2012

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A landlord’s main concerns should be prompt rent payment and the condition of their rental property, not the sexual orientation of their tenant. Unfortunately, housing discrimination is a reality in some cases. An abundance of information found in this article is available on a resourceful legal site called NOLO Law for All site. Rent Denial […]

Nancy Burgess

 · Dec 19, 2011

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There are countless quick and easy meals that only require one pot or pan—making for minimal post-eating clean-up. A myriad of appetites can be satisfied in one pot; vegetarians, meat lovers, seafood faring appetites, sandwich lovers, breakfast eaters and more. Clear a small workspace on the kitchen counter and get the skillet ready, dinner is […]

Nancy Burgess

 · Dec 12, 2011

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In this modern day, kitchens are filled with plastic food storage containers in all shapes and sizes, from the smallest snack container to the largest salad or cake carrier. The trend is changing. Glass food storage containers are on the rise in popularity. Why should you switch to glass? Read on and find the simple […]

Nancy Burgess

 · Nov 28, 2011

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Managing kitchen trash becomes a true logistics issue when storage space is limited in a small space. Should your kitchen trash be hidden away or will it be exposed for all to see? Will it be in a covered vessel or an open-top container? Is there a trashcan liner or not? There are many options […]

Nancy Burgess

 · Nov 21, 2011

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Decorating is fun, organizing is even more fun and chalkboard paint ties it all together in the kitchen. There are many different options and ideas for using this creative paint. There are walls, cabinets and appliances just waiting to be painted, and then the fun really begins. You can cover an entire wall or create […]

Nancy Burgess

 · Nov 14, 2011

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Security deposits are used to cover excessive damage done by a renter. They’re kept as a means if insurance, so the renter can’t leave the rental property without paying for damages. To Protect Against Damages Exceeding Expected Wear and Tear Normal wear and tear of the property is anticipated by every landlord, but reckless damage […]

Nancy Burgess

 · Nov 7, 2011

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We watch our children grow inch-by-inch, documenting each minor increment on a personalized growth chart along the way. The traditional means is to mark such growth spurts with a permanent marker or a notch on the doorframe in the kitchen or a parent’s closet. The growth chart withstands the test of time, forever etched for all […]

Nancy Burgess

 · Oct 24, 2011

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