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Cutting the costs of a kitchen remodel

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Cutting the cost of a kitchen remodel is a contributed post to Suncream and Sparkles. Following on from the last post it is definitely an interesting read if you are looking to do some home renovations. As you know we've just renovated our house, so I can completely relate to this! I hope you enjoy today's contributed post. x Heather
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The kitchen is the heart of the home. By remodelling it, you can improve your home’s entire look and feel. When done right, a kitchen remodel can also add value to your home. Of course, you do have to be careful of how much money you spend in the process. Many homeowners go over budget when remodelling, putting themselves into a lot of debt and reducing the ROI. To keep costs down when remodelling your kitchen, here are a few tricks. Borrow wisely When borrowing money to pay for a kitchen remodel, be careful of where you borrow from. Unsecured loans can be risky as they can often carry high interest rates. This…

How to move in the least stressful way

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How to move in the least stressful way is a contributed post to my blog. With just moving myself last month, this is definitely a fitting post to my blog and I wish I had these tips before we moved! If you have an up and coming move I hope you find this post helpful to make your move as stress free as possible. x Heather 
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Moving house ranks as being one of the most stressful things that we can do in our lives. Yet, along with moving comes the joy of setting up a new home. When moving homes, you need to look for ways of reducing the stress involved in the process in order to experience the enjoyable aspects associated with living somewhere new. 
There is a considerable amount of work involved in moving house. The obvious aspects that spring to mind will be packing and moving all of your possessions, and then unpacking them when you get to your new house. But there are lots more things that will need to be done besides. 
You will need …