June 20 roundup of great finds online.
- By Lila Seidman, Los Angeles Times
Those concerned about exposure to the coronavirus or who are tight on funds might be considering a DIY approach to home repair. Professionals urge caution.
- Erin Thorburn, Tribune News Service
In an effort to stay connected, celebrate the summer and sort out at least a little confusion, here's a guide for what to expect and how to safely plan a small summer outdoor gathering.
Every day will feel like a spa day. 🚿
Upgrade your dishes without breaking the bank.
Skip the bar and make your favorite drinks at home.
- Associated Press
- 1 min to read
The Fair Housing Act was created 50 years ago to prevent discrimination in lending. How is it doing today?
Carbon monoxide detectors are essential in every home. They keep your family safe by alerting you to dangerous levels of CO, so it’s important these devices are reliable, have a long battery life, and are easy to read. These 3 carbon monoxide monitors are the best of the best.
Kids will love the built-in nightlight!
- By Kathy Ikeda, The Record, Stockton, Calif.
- 6 min to read
If you're looking for a productive and child-friendly summer project, vermicomposting — using worms to create compost — just might be it.