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Five Tips To Help You Get Organized In 2021

Recovering from the chaos and indulgences of the holidays can feel like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be! January is the perfect time to start fresh, declutter your home and mind, and set good intentions for the new year.  Check out our tips below to help you get started. 
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10 STEM Activities to do at Home With Your Kids

Keep your kids learning and entertained this winter season with our list of STEM activities for kids.  Problem solving, creativity, experimentation, and knowledge application are just a few of the many skills children foster while participating in STEM activities.  Plus, many of the activities can be done using materials already found around the house!
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Gardening in the Winter: How to Enjoy & Protect Your Plants Through the Cold Season

 
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The Best Gifts For Gardeners: 2020 Holiday Edition

 
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Can smart home integrations really help reduce your electric bill?

As the holidays approach and 2020 begins to wind down, many people have become accustomed to working from home. Even big businesses are realizing that it doesn’t make sense to pay for a large office space that must be comfortable for employees when the employees are working successfully at home. Thus, the burden of providing a temperate environment to work in has shifted from employer to employee. With cold weather on the horizon for much of the world, the remote worker has made home heating (and heating expenses) take on even greater importance.
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A Beginner's Guide to Leveraging Tempest Weather Data in a Smart Home

Smart homes are gaining in popularity, with 32% of households in the U.S. using smart home technology and that number expected to jump to 57% by 2025.  However, the term is often used to mean that instead of having to walk across the room to flip a switch to turn on a light,  you replace that task with a voice command.  
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How do I cut my home energy bill?

Lights are on, tablets and smartphones are charging, online school is in session for most kids, and in the US, work from home has become the new norm for many of us. We're home more, which means we're using more energy than usual, and have probably seen that reflected in our energy bill. Now, more than ever, people are looking for better ways to regulate their energy consumption.
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Microclimates Explained: Formation and Forecasting

While a lot of focus rests on global climates these days, local weather reports require microclimate consideration to improve accuracy for every person living in a specific geographic region. Both natural and engineered conditions affect both the formation and weather forecasting ability in these microclimates. When you understand what causes them, you can adopt hyper- local methods to more accurately plan your outdoor activities and prepare for severe weather.
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How Home Weather Stations Could Improve Wildfire Prediction

If firefighters could predict how a wildfire was going to spread, they would be better able to contain it. But despite great strides in the computer modeling used to forecast wildfires, they’re difficult to predict because of unexpected wind shifts or spontaneous acceleration. They remain a catastrophic force that takes lives and decimates communities.
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The 10 Best Father's Day Gifts

Wondering what to get your dad when he already owns all of the latest tech devices? We’ve scoured the internet for some fabulous Father’s Day gifts for your gadget-loving dad, and these are some of our favorites:  
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