How to Sell Your Car

We all have dealt with it before, or will deal with it soon: selling our car. We can take our car to the car dealer, but they will take a huge percentage off for themselves. Selling your car on your own will take some time and research to get it sold, but it will be worth it in the long run in the form of profit. Evaluation To begin, we need to evaluate the car. Make a list of what you need to fix up and clean up. This will help you find out how much to ask for. Some things you might note is upholstery damage, dents, dings, cracks in the windows, balding tires, squeaky breaks, missing door handles, or a crow bar for a gear shift, anything that might de-value the car. Look up the condition in some magazines like Kelly blue book or other publications of similar nature to see the blue book value...

How to Decorate Your New House

You are about to move into your new house, and you love everything about it, the location, floor plan and the garden. Yet the decor is enough to stop you in your tracks and question if this was a wise investment. Fortunately, decorating a new house need not be difficult. It is truly amazing, what fresh paint on the walls and ceilings, or new handles on cupboards and doors can do to transform someone else’s disaster into your dream home. Suggestions to Decorate Your New House To decorate your new house, start with the main rooms where you are likely to be, most of the time. Typically these will include the living room, kitchen and probably the master bedroom. Hallways, bathrooms, dining rooms and guest bedrooms can wait for now. If you can, do the first decorating projects before moving...

How to Build a Chaise Lounge

Lounging on a deck is a great summer activity. What can be even more enjoyable is lying out and soaking up the sun. A chaise lounger is great for such things. You can stretch out and relax. Since there are moving parts to this chair, this project is a little more difficult than others, but it can be more rewarding! Go on line and look up various Chaise lounges to see a style that speaks to you. Even if you do not have the designs, print out the picture. We can use this as a reference and just eyeball what we need to do. Required Materials/Tools Wood stock (any kind — 2×4’s 1×3’s and 1×2’s) Tack nails Wood screws Carpentry glue Dowels A hammer A drill with multiple drill heads Table saw or a circular saw Router Measuring tape Paper and pencils Instructions Look...