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Improve Your Home in 10 Minutes or Less

Improve Your Home in 10 Minutes or Less

Home improvement projects can be daunting and time-consuming — but they don’t have to be. See the infographic below for small project ideas that yield big changes, and improve your home without sacrificing all your free time!

Infographic Credit: QuickQuid.co.uk

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Megan Zehnder

Megan is an editor and producer for Care2's Healthy Living. Her main priorities are to live simply and build meaningful relationships with the people in her life. She loves to write and talk about environmental issues, healthy living, and women's rights. Beyond that, her interests change daily, but eating and cooking vegetarian food is always a favorite.

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8:49PM PDT on May 18, 2013

Thank you.

7:22PM PDT on Apr 11, 2013

Thank you for the post! The placement of the bed follows feng shui guidelines which explain that one will feel safe and thus calm if one is able to see the door from the bed.

2:20AM PDT on Mar 26, 2013

thanks for sharing

11:04AM PDT on Mar 24, 2013

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2:05AM PDT on Mar 22, 2013

Agree with Ewelina's comment - beds should not face doors. It creates too much stress. You will be constantly monitoring who enters your room or when you need to get back out and start working again.

4:45PM PDT on Mar 20, 2013

Thanks for posting.

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