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Blog post, Spring -

The spring equinox is also known as the March or vernal equinox and has long been notable as a time of renewal and rebirth. The spring equinox is one of the four boundless solar festivals of the year. Day and night are equal, composed and balanced, but about to flip over on the side of light. The spring equinox is revered to dawn, youth, morning star and the east. 

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Travel -

The economy may be unstable, but you always have your travel dreams. Learning new things and experiencing it yourself makes it on top of your bucket lists. If you have limited budget but would still want to travel and explore as much as you could, below are some of our low-cost travel ideas or affordable ways to meet your travel goals. Are you ready? Keep on reading. How to keep your travel budget in check: PLAN IT – you have to check the peak and off-peak season of the place you wanted to visit. If you don’t want to be...

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Store News -

Will Hilaire was interviewed by Boston Voyager about how he started the business and how he keeps everything in balance. To see the interview, click here. Here's the excerpt for your quick reference. Humble Beginnings:  Will Hilaire, the owner of Hilaire Productions, is a native of Haiti. He migrated to the United States in 1993 through the efforts of his father who went to the US in 1981 to look for work. His father experienced hardships in the US and was even detained for several months. When he was released, he took two jobs to support him as well as...

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Home Care -

Electric consumption surges up during winter. It's because you need to put on the heating system everyday to keep you warm and comfortable during the winter season. There are things you could do to cut up the cost of your electric bills. Some are simple and uncomplicated, but for some you might still need the help of your technician. Here are 7 simple tips to keep your home warm for little or no extra cost.  1. Use thick curtains    Thick curtains can help warm your home during winter especially at night. It could block the cold air that could...

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Trivia -

Winter season varies per region. It is according to the hemisphere in which the country is located. In the United States and Europe which belong to the Western Hemisphere, winter season starts in December and ends in February. Japan and Korea experience winter in the same months too. On the other hand, in the Southern Hemisphere where Australia and New Zealand belong, winter is experienced in June to August each year. In winter time, the days become shorter, and the nights become longer. It is freezing cold outside; it is hard, even dangerous to walk on snow that covers the...

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