October 10 roundup of great finds online.
- By Sara Rathner, NerdWallet
If you're saving for your first home, there's no shortage of advice out there — some of it questionable. Here's what you need to know.
- Lisa Boone Los Angeles Times
A longtime bohemian standard during the 1970s, hanging houseplants have returned in a big way as demand for plants has skyrocketed in the pandemic and Instagram influencers create indoor jungles. Plant parents love to dote on their houseplants, especially now that everyone is hunkering down at home, but are all indoor plants well suited to hanging?
Pet owners and parents: meet your new best friend.
Holiday decorating just got a whole lot easier.
Cut back on excess oil in an instant.
Halloween at home doesn't have to be boring.
- By Nick Vadala, Philadelphia Inquirer
As the weather turns cooler, there is a way to keep our socially distant gatherings safely outdoors: patio and outdoor heaters.
- Jenn Ladd, The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS)
Even one tomato plant or a window box can provide enough seeds for next year. Here's a look at the basics of seed-saving and why it’s worth the effort.