(StatePoint) When choosing what kind of plants to put down in your yard, you likely focus on the what and the where. After all, a beautiful plant in a prime location enhances curb appeal and even bragging rights.
(StatePoint) Cooking with gas? Industry experts say there are many reasons to consider retiring your gas-powered appliances.
(SPM Wire) With more time spent staring at screens than ever before, sometimes it’s important to unplug, and connect with the world in a different way. Celebrated on March 1, Global Day of Unplugging is an annual occasion to put down your phone, tablet or computer.
(StatePoint) A trip to Kentucky is an opportunity to explore African American heritage and history, and learn how the stories of the past resonate with the present.
(StatePoint) One in five contact lens wearers find lenses to be less comfortable by the end of the day. If that describes you, you may already know that cold air, wind, and indoor heating, especially during winter, can bring additional challenges.
(StatePoint) Kentucky’s natural arches. They are not just eye-catching, they are an adventure.
(StatePoint) While many home renovation projects are best tackled during the warmer months, there are specific minor repairs and tasks that are important to address in winter.
(StatePoint) If you haven’t yet weatherized your home this season, you’re not alone.
(StatePoint) As winter vibes roll in and freezing temperatures take over many parts of the country, it’s important to ensure your tech stays resilient and frost-free.
(StatePoint) From using a hairdryer to warm up their sheets to cuddling with their pet, Americans will do some crafty things to stay warm in the winter—especially if it means they can avoid turning up their thermostat.
(StatePoint) Colder months have us spending more time indoors. Unfortunately, insects have the same idea, as they head inside to forage for food and seek shelter from the low temperatures.
(StatePoint) The U.S. Department of Energy reports that low-income households face an energy burden – the portion of income spent on home energy costs – three times higher than other households, leading to tough budgeting decisions for many Americans.