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It's warm outside and you want to wear shorts and cute dresses, but your legs don't look that good. Are you dreaming about having silky, glowing, smooth legs ...

Do you have scratches, gouges, nicks, scuffs or chips in your wood? If you have wood in your home, you probably have some scratches in your wood. If you've ...

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A small wood chipper is a brilliant investment if you want to kill these two birds with one stone: Clean up those old branches and sticks, and MAKE FREE DIY ...

A diaper trike is hands down the greatest gift for a baby shower or just as a gift for a friend having a baby. Why, because it is as FUNCTIONAL as it is ...

Added a new video tutorial for the fitted mask.If you are looking for an easy to follow face mask tutorial, check these out! One is video only and the ...

Do you have someone in your life who could benefit from a swaddle blanket that will quickly become their favorite baby accessory? Maybe that person is you, ...

Do you have cracking caulk between the back-splash tile and your kitchen counter-top? Have you wondered how hard it would be to fix it yourself? The answer ...

Sure, you've seen the smart home products. If you're reading this, you probably own some of them. But a lot of these "smart" products are just gimmicky and ...

You can make your own fringe-bottomed jeans, which are all the rage right now. Sometimes these are listed as step hems, frayed hems, fringe hems, but they ...

Are you looking for some inexpensive gifts either for stocking stuffers or other filler gift items? Here are some great ideas that range in the less than $10 ...

Amazon sells a LOT of stuff. At last count over 300 million products can be found at the online giant. If you want some ideas for popular items based on the ...

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  1. Hi there,

    Absolutely – there are a few great ones out there and most of them are free – I’d suggest RankMath or All in One SEO tool – some people swear by Yoast but it’s a bit bloaty in my opinion. If you do a search on SEO plugins check the screenshots for each one and see which you think would be easy to configure. I would also suggest if you are trying to rank for a specific keyword to go long tail, meaning, don’t necessarily try to compete with terms you will never rank for, instead – go down to a very granule level with your posts and it will be easier. I hope that helps!

  2. Thank you so much – so glad you stopped by! 🙂

  3. Hi Alice,

    Yes – that sounds like a problem for sure, tires don’t normally hiss unless there is air leaking. You can get the tires balanced if you’re taking it into a shop to fix the one tire – they just add weights appropriately to make sure they are all working evenly.

    Hope it all worked out for you!
    ~Elle

  4. Awesome to hear Dario!

    Yeah – an investment for certain, but seems to pay off since these are for life. If you buy them in your twenties that’s a WHOLE lot of meals to enjoy. The price tag still makes me cringe though. 🙂

    Appreciate you stopping by and commenting!

  5. That is a great idea! However, the numbers change every day – so I’d suggest you go to the Amazon Best Sellers tab to see that.

  6. Hi Malorie,
    So glad you stopped by and I hope you try some of these out!
    I get my info from various places (there is a lot of this information on Pinterest) but my Mom has always been a big believer in the “natural” approach, ever since I was little when she made me my own baby food because at the time they didn’t have any that was organic and without sugars.
    I use most of these cleaners in my own home, and my husband has fun labeling my bottles as “nappy, home-made cleaners” and whatnot. 😀
    Best of luck to you in your quest to go au natural!
    ~Elle

  7. Good Luck to you Bessie and let me know how it comes out… 🙂

  8. Hi Paul,

    Great question – yes, we have. What I would have done different is put in the polymeric sand, I will show you why… we basically have a front yard on our bricks now. 😛 If we would have put in the polymeric sand that I did buy, we wouldn’t have the issues with weeds.

    I plan on redoing the rest of the crooked bricks in the lower area soon, and will definitely use the polymeric sand in the last 1/2 inch or so – to avoid the weeds next year. Eventually, I’ll do the whole front with it as well. People say the polymeric is awesome, but I haven’t tried it yet.

    Bricks Now

  9. I’m so glad this is giving you hope! 🙂 Depending on where you live and how much the soil tends to shift, it should be okay. If you are in a very wet area and your patio is on a slope of any kind, you may see some of that sand leak off if you’re not using more gravel (lowering the pavers again). My husband said in response to your question that it will make a big difference on how well you tamp it, and you may even consider renting a motorized tamper. We have actually seen a slight dip again over the last year but not much, maybe 1/8 of an inch or so. I actually plan to do the rest of the bricks here soon when the heat calms down some. I can post an updated picture as well so you can see how much it’s dropped. In the area where the bricks have to slope up to meet the porch the sand has kind of leaked out of those, because they are at a weird angle so the water seems to irrigate the sand out. Overall, I’m still really happy with it though.

    I hope that helps!
    ~Elle

  10. I can’t tell you how glad I am to hear it. You wonder if anyone reads your posts sometimes and it’s great to hear when they’re having a positive impact! Thank you so much!

    ~Elle

  11. Nice! Love it – thanks for adding this. 🙂

    ~Elle

  12. You are very welcome! Thanks for reading and posting! 🙂

  13. Thank you very much for visiting and commenting! Wishing you a lovely day! 🙂 ~Elle

  14. You are very welcome – so glad it was helpful and thanks for commenting and checking them out!

    ~Elle

  15. You are very welcome! Thanks for stopping by. ~Elle

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