Lesser Known Ways To Relieve Back Pain Caused By Your Desk Job

Posted on: 3 February 2017
Let's not beat around the bush. Getting out and working can be a pain in the rear. Legitimately. If you have a desk job, you may often experience pain in your lower back, hips, and buttocks area. In truth, you are not alone. A three-month study discovered that among 1,300 people who dealt with pain throughout their back, office workers were the majority compared to field workers at a rate of 4 to 1.
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Selling Furniture On Consignment: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 12 January 2017
If you have gently used or like-new furniture you want to sell at a great price, then consigning your pieces is a great route to go. You can take your furniture to many home designs or consignment stores to either sell pieces outright to the store owners so they can resell them for profit, or you can hold out and wait to get paid when your items sell to a customer, stating your own price.
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Selecting Furniture To Fill A Small Space

Posted on: 3 November 2016
If you recently moved into a small apartment or home and you are in charge of filling the interior with furniture, you are likely a bit limited in what you can select because of size restraints. Picking the wrong pieces to decorate a small space can make the area you live in even smaller in appearance. Here are some tips you can use in an attempt to pick out the perfect pieces of furniture for small areas so you do not feel overcrowded after they are added to your home's interior.
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Keep The Family Close With A Modern-Day "Keeping Room"

Posted on: 12 October 2016
One growing trend in modern homes comes from a very old American home tradition: the keeping room. What is a keeping room, and how can you design your own? Here's a primer on this classic room style. What Is a Keeping Room? A keeping room is simply an open room or space adjoining the kitchen that is used by guests and family members while others are in the kitchen working. Keeping rooms date back to Colonial times, when the kitchen was often the warmest room in the home due to the cooking stove.
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