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Judith Rogers

Activated charcoal

Activated charcoal is a natural air purifier. It’s also referred to as active carbon and works as an excellent purifier for the indoors. It is highly-absorptive, odorless, and works wonderfully for the elimination of toxins from the air. You could also use bamboo charcoal, which works just as well. 

Activated charcoal

On instagram and facebook marketplace

You can advertise your clothes on these social media platforms by using the popular hashtag #shopmycloset. You cannot sell on Instagram, but you can take bids on the comments and do the rest of the payment transaction on PayPal or Venmo. 

Mark the Base Roots

Killing the ivy can take some time especially if you haven’t been paying attention to the plants growing on your lawn for a while. It can get very messy and identifying which plat’s roots are where can be a difficult job. To effectively get rid of ivy you need some time to figure out which roots belong to ivy and mark them. Once you have marked all the roots, you can apply weed killer to them, cut them or pull them out of the ground. The ivy situation may vary depending on how long it has been growing unchecked, but the sooner you get rid of it, the better. 

Mark the Base Roots

Introduce your topic

Introduction to the topic is one of the most common ways of starting an essay. You can also include some of your essay's sub-points. Also, please note that it is an introduction and not a thesis statement, so don't give the crux of the essay or go too heavy on the argument. Just mention the core topic and the essay's focus. One of my favorite opening statement for an essay is -

“Aristotelian courage involves two distinct feelings, fear and confidence” - David Pears.

It is just one sentence, but you already have a lot of insight into the topic.

Find your personal style

Everyone has their own personal style, and it may be similar to someone else's, but it's never exactly the same. Take some elements in your home that you particularly like and take pictures of them. Then, find some pictures of rooms or designs that you also like, and put them in the same album. Find what connects those rooms. Maybe you'll find that you prefer jewel tones to pastels, or that you like rooms that are filled to the brim with plants. Maybe you don't like the room to be filled at all and prefer a more minimalist look.

Write down what you like and give it a name, maybe "Boho-inspired minimalist" or "Rustic cabin chic", whatever feels good to you and encapsulates the feel you want for your home. From there, it'll be much easier to organize what furniture pieces will work for you, and what kind of accents to place.

Find your personal style

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