After months or years of being single and spending time on your own, you’ve finally emerged from that comfortable world you’ve made for yourself. The past few months have been great and fun for you until a question comes across your mind whether you’re ready to get back on the dating scene again.Perhaps, your last […]
By PrincessSafiya Byers, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service During June, many agencies and community groups celebrate National Homeownership Month as an opportunity to educate the public. With that in mind, here are some resources for homeowners — and for those interested in buying a home. Homebuying webinars just a click away BMO Harris Bank is hosting a […]
By Gaby Vinick and Alexa Chatham, Wisconsin Watch To Greg Lewis, the home was beautiful. Cozy and inviting, it was a two-bedroom house in Milwaukee with a finished basement, two and a half car garage, an attached apartment and a yard. He had his eyes set on it for 42 days, only to learn that […]
The countryside is a serene place to live, but few people give it a chance because they’re unfamiliar. Here are some tips that’ll make the transition smoother.
By Kirstie Taylor One of my all-time favorite movies is The Holiday. The film begins with an epic monologue by one of the main characters, Iris, about love—not head-over-heels or soulmate love, but the love that Iris calls “the cruelest kind. The one that almost kills its victims.” Unrequited love. You may have heard of […]
Office of Children’s Mental Health Director Linda Hall today announces the publication of a new fact sheet, Improving Quality of Life for LGBT Youth, and details what our communities, schools, parents, and policymakers can do to make a difference. Highlights Compared to the general population, LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) youth experience higher rates […]
On behalf of those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease, the Alzheimer’s Association enthusiastically welcomes today’s historic FDA approval of aducanumab (Biogen/Eisai) for treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. “This approval is a victory for people living with Alzheimer’s and their families,” said Harry Johns, Alzheimer’s Association president and chief executive officer. “This is the first FDA-approved drug that […]
Increased time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic means many Wisconsin families have been exposed to more health hazards due to unsafe housing conditions, including lead paint, radon, asthma triggers, secondhand smoke, or mold, according to the Department of Health Services. “For too many families in Wisconsin, home is not always the healthy haven that […]
By Jeff Bollier, Green Bay Press-Gazette Amber Edwards spent most of the last three years trying to find a place she could afford to live. In 2018, Edwards’ landlord told her the Green Bay duplex where she lived with her 2-year-old daughter and her daughter’s father had been sold and that the new owners planned […]
Want to live in a grand and luxurious home, but have a limited budget? That’s not a problem. Here’s how to turn your home into a masterpiece for cheap.
Want to upgrade your garden? Maybe it’s time to think about how you can automate some processes. Learn about the benefits of using an irrigation system here!
The differences between commercial and residential laundry machines are more noticeable once you dive into them. Learn more about these machines’ features here.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the first full week of October is Mental Illness Awareness Week. Many people use the terms mental health and mental illness interchangeably however they are quite different. We all have mental health. Our mental health is how we are psychologically and emotionally. It is how we think, feel, […]
People make many different cleaning mistakes that can quickly lead to a damaged home or a health and safety hazard if they continue to perform them.
There’s a lot to do around the house before summer officially starts. Discover a few common home issues that develop in the summer and how to prevent them.