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Making Perfect “Scents”

Written by Tom Xavier

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Who says you have to spend upwards of 10 bucks for a nicely-colored, scented candle?

So, class, today’s topic is: how to make candles at home. it’s easier than you realize.

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Beach Blanket Bako

Written by Tom Xavier

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When you think of summer, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For me, it’s the beach. Sand-coated feet, icy drinks, and splashing around in the surf—who doesn’t enjoy that?

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Luxurious Looks at Home

Written by Tom Xavier

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Is your bathroom looking a bit out of date? Is it in dire need of a decorative spruce-up but you’re lacking the necessary time and money to give it a complete overhaul?

Fear not. It’s amazing how just a few quick changes can improve the overall look of a bathroom. With these tips, you can have a bathroom that you love...

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Home Inspections

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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It’s a buyers market right now. If you’re looking to move into a new home, or move into your first home, it’s high time you got looking. There are some big decisions to make when it comes to buying a home but it’s such an exciting time that you might overlook some very important aspects of the home-buying process...

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Success the First Time

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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If the time has come to give your house a facelift by way of a new coat of paint, then you’ve probably already realized there is a lot more to an exterior paint job than a brush and a can...

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Blowtorch That Bermuda

Written by Lynn Pitts

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It’s that time of year again, late summer, when Mrs. P answers your garden questions. The daylight hours may be growing shorter, but they’re not growing cooler. So, crank up the old AC, pour yourself a tall iced tea, and relax inside while I solve your outside problems...

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Home Repair Mishaps

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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We are a country (and a city) of do-it-yourselfers. We enjoy the feeling of accomplishment that comes from completing a task. We imagine there’s no job too big or too complicated for us to handle, especially when it comes to home repair.

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Not So Secret Gardens

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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For many homeowners, a yard is merely a buffer between themselves and their neighbors. A wide expanse of lawn, a few trees and shrubs, and maybe some annuals for color, along with a few hours of maintenance each week will generally keep your landscape comparable to the rest of the neighborhood...

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Discovering Old World Charms

Written by John May

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My significant other and I agreed on a pact during this last weekend to both strengthen our relationship and our health...

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Stress-Free Moving Tips

Written by Bakersfield Magazine

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So you’ve just purchased your dream home. Maybe it’s your first house; maybe you’re moving into something bigger and better. But chances are, once you take a look at how much stuff there is to move, you’ve briefly considered one of two options...

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