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How to defeat procrastination and complete long-delayed projects



 

For nearly ten years, Home has been full of ideas for making your house more beautiful, greener, and easier to live in. If you're a regular reader, you've probably seen photos, articles, tips, and hacks that sounded great—maybe even tore out a page and filed it somewhere—and thought, "I should do that." And now, as you sit here reading this, you're thinking, "Yep, and I never did it." We've all been there, so much so that we've dedicated this entire issue to ideas for actually making long-needed changes in your home. With it, we hope that for at least one item that's been lingering on your home to-do list for entirely too long, you'll be inspired to get it done.

 

Here is just a sample of all the great tips from this month's Spree:

 

 

 

 

 

For more tips, hacks and helpers - pick up a copy of Spree today on sale at your local newsstand. Or subscribe and never miss another issue of Buffalo Spree, which includes FREE access to our digital format (preview here).

 

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