Grandma's House DIY
Dec 01 2018

10 Tips to Ensure a Lively Garden

The 30 things I stopped buying in the store and now either harvest, do without, make myself or grow in my own garden, frugal living, cheaper, thrift. How to live on less to save money and live a better healthier, greener life!

It isn’t just that there’s snow outside or that we have a high of 8 degrees on Thursday that makes me happy to publish an article about gardening. It is also because I have plans to get back to gardening next year! You guys know that after the divorce (literally almost exactly one year ago) I stripped my life down to the bare essentials and removed excess so that I could focus more on my happiness and healing. My vegetable garden was one of those things, one less worry this last summer. Read the rest of the post »

Nov 27 2018

7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects

7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use.

Every single one of these projects would make a lovely holiday gift for just about anyone. Unfortunately for me just about anything that requires fabric (and my patience) has never gone well as a project in my house lol I have little to no sewing talent whatsoever though I can absolutely put a button on! My aunt on the other hand, back when she was my age, was literally sewing tailored suits for herself! Read the rest of the post »

Nov 20 2018

Top 5 Tips for Decorating Your Pool Area

Top 5 Tips for Decorating Your Pool Area During the summer months, (and for some lucky folks, all year-round) the pool is the center of relaxation and fun.

Oh my gosh can we all just take a moment of silence for those of us (me) in northern MN who woke up to temperatures in the NEGATIVE this morning?! For goodness sakes is it cold even for us right now! And we had literally no fall or spring in 2018 to speak of… Our first snow was in Septemeber and it also snowed in April this year! Ok, rant over, moving on to enjoying the images here of hot days and lounging by a pool! Read the rest of the post »

Nov 16 2018

Nighttime Hacks for Better Sleep

Bedroom Basics: Laying The Foundations For A Beautiful Boudoir. Your bedroom is undoubtedly one of the most important projects and should be a place of home

Getting a good nights sleep is something that I absolutely work hard at and cherish. But, for someone who loves sleep and her bed so much, I have a notoriously terrible history of insomnia and night terrors. I have my own nighttime hacks that help get me to sleep faster and stay alseap. First thing is first though: if you are uncomfortable in your bed room getting a good night’s sleep is already an uphill battle. After my divorce I tackled my entire master floor and my bedroom and, for the very first time since I was a kid, my bedroom became a haven. Read the rest of the post »

Nov 11 2018

Bringing More Warmth into Your Home This Winter

Behind the scenes here at Grandma's house things have been very hard. As a writer I've thought about writing my memoirs, starting back when I was a kid and working my way forward but before I can ever start I always hit something that I'm just not ready to write about. Divorce

Tragically for me (and everyone else whose living in the northern United states right now) we have already been hit hard by winter. This morning I saw the temperature was -2 when I got up and I literally yelled, “FOR REAL!?” This is early, even for us, we didn’t see much of a fall and our first snow was in September this year. We’re all pretty darned crabby actually lol. Read the rest of the post »

Nov 11 2018

3 Ideas For A Sleeker Home Design

My new Office Reveal: how to create designated spaces in an open plan, create office space in an entryway and dining room without closing the room off.

One thing I’ve found with my own home and room designs is that there is a huge difference between creating cozy and creating a cluttered space that feels claustrophobic. Step one: surfaces should be kept open and clean giving the space a feeling of openness. Step two: accessories should be kept at a minimum and kept in an orderly fashion. Though my home design is not modern by any means I find those two rules always make my rooms feel sleeker and light. Read the rest of the post »

Nov 10 2018

How To Protect Your Home Against The Elements This Winter

First snow and thinking about Christmas already, fixing my dishwasher by cleaning out the water inlet valve and taking a night away with a hot tub.

This article just reminded me on the one other big job I really needed to get done before winter. Unfortunately it is now going to have to wait until spring but the rock my ex put on the outside of my house is literally just falling off. Under it the stucco is breaking away and the wood beneath that is rotting. Its not really not good. And its awful I didn’t get there this summer. Read the rest of the post »

Oct 31 2018

Storm Recovery: Advice For Homeowners

If you do ever experience storm damage to your home, these tips are a good starting guide that should help you get back to normal as quickly as possible.

Living up here in northern MN we don’t face the problems with storms like many other places in the United States. Our main worry is snow and cold! Every year many homeowners this far north deal with freezing septic and water lines (even right in the middle of town) not to mention ice damns on their roofs ripping their shingles and gutters off. Read the rest of the post »

Oct 28 2018

6 Inexpensive Hacks For Your DIY Baby Shower

There are plenty of ways to throw a baby shower without breaking the bank. One of them is by planning a DIY party that’s not only affordable but also fun

How fun! The last baby shower I went to was all farmer themed. The ladies ordered a green frosting cake and then they DIY’d the heck out of the top of it. They added a whole stable yard of pigs and cows as well as a john deer tractor! Behind the tractor they simply scraped off the frosting (it was a chocolate cake) to make it look like the “ground” behind it had been tilled up. They also added large stuffed farm animals into the buffet to make it look like horses were eating the carrots etc. Read the rest of the post »

Oct 21 2018

7 Interior Design Trends to Get Your Home Ready For The Holidays

7 Interior Design Trends to Get Your Home Ready For The Holidays Whether you are going to be making the traditional Thanksgiving feast for your family

I am reminded of all the wonderful little plans I have this year for the holidays in Grandma’s House. I actually wasn’t planning on even having a tree (ducks as tomatoes are thrown at her from the crowd) but, of course, I caved! And now I am so excited for not only the tree but all the little decorations and plans I have to make this home holiday ready! Read the rest of the post »

Oct 18 2018

Things You Should Know Before Buying a Water Filter

Things You Should Know Before Buying a Water Filter - is a filtering system right for you and your household whether you live in town or have well water

Water filters are a big thing up here in Minnesota. We are considered one of the more health conscious states but, what most people don’t know, is that we’re also a pretty big farming state as well. Being so close to farmland means that the state is even testing people’s well water for free (including mine) for nitrates etc. Fortunately for me my well water was considered “safe” and also doesn’t include a lot of iron. Which is not true for many of my neighbors. Read the rest of the post »

Oct 11 2018

How to Keep your Garden Clean and Healthy

I loved this article when I saw it in my inbox because right now we officially have an inch of snow on the ground! Yes, everyone is very crabby lol it is so awesome to me that there are folks out there (a lot of them) who are still looking at their beautiful gardens and maintaining them. I’m totally jealous! Read the rest of the post »

Oct 07 2018

Best Wall Décor Ideas for Small Spaces

Do you want to decorate a small home but feel like you have limited options? Although you cannot add square footage, you can still decorate

I don’t normally think of my home as “small” especially now that I’m here alone but my main living space is really just 1,500 square feet. Which is a ton of room for me! But I know other folks would think of my farmhouse as small. I can’t imagine having more space though, right now I feel spoiled with more space then I even need. Read the rest of the post »

Oct 07 2018

8 Steps for Finding Your Dream Home

Home exterior design trends, style, paint, color, siding choices, verticle, horizontal, cedar shakes, windows, solar panel, landscaping increase house value

Before Grandma’s house became my forever home I had been searching for a little old farmhouse to buy and renovated myself. The process alone was SO much fun! I loved looking at all the options out there and just imagining what could be done with the homes and the properties. Of course I was always looking at the ugliest houses available lol my dream had always been one day to flip properties. Read the rest of the post »

Oct 05 2018

4 Farmhouse Interior Design Ideas For Your Home

The farmhouse style, for instance, brings about feelings of a welcoming entrance, a warm, cozy environment, one built with love and family comforts in mind

Hey guys, as you know I am ALL about farmhouse interior design around here. I do happen to live in a 100 year old farmhouse so it just comes natural lol. Personally I’ve always LOVED farmhouses so it was simply a matter of time before I ended up in one. My grandparents lived in my old house for over fifty years and the fact that I was able to make this my own home remains one of the real treasures in my life. Read the rest of the post »

Oct 04 2018

How to Baby Proof Your New Kitchen

Here are some details on how to best baby proof your new kitchen: Corner guards, moving toxic things to higher cabinets, baby gates, how keep our kids safe

Did I ever tell you guys that I have eleven nieces and nephews? Whenever anyone asks if I’m planning on having kiddos I always tell them I’m off the hook lol. Whenever I have family gatherings I always spend a certain amount of time scrambling and baby proofing where I can. Especially the kitchen! Read the rest of the post »

Sep 28 2018

5 Signs You Need to Renovate Your Home

Renovation is a big word that every homeowner either embraces or dreads, and it is perfectly natural to be afraid, 5 Signs You Need to Renovate Your Home

As far as realizing you need to renovate my rule of thumb is if it hasn’t been touched since the 1980s you probably need to renovate lol. When I came into Grandma’s house there was no doubt it my mind that this 100 year old farmhouse would require a full gut. From the insulation (or, the lack thereof) to the wiring and plumbing that had not been updated in over 50 years, this home need to be entirely renovated. Read the rest of the post »

Sep 21 2018

Should You Sleep on an Organic Mattress?

Bedroom Basics: Laying The Foundations For A Beautiful Boudoir. Your bedroom is undoubtedly one of the most important projects and should be a place of home

Considering how much time we spend in our beds a good mattress should be a serious priority. We spend like 1/3rd of our lives in it! With a family history of back problems I’ve actually never slept on a spring mattress and, every time I have, I’ve regretted it lol I was spoiled as a kid. I had a sleep number bed for YEARS until it finally bit the dust on me. Read the rest of the post »

Sep 18 2018

Top Stove Top Espresso Makers that Every Coffee Lover Should Consider

Top Stove Top Espresso Makers that Every Coffee Lover Should Consider Buying. Can't live without coffee in the morning, better than my keurig

I admit it: I read this article and my first thought was, “What the heck is a Moka Pot?” Now I know lol and I’m actually really considering buying one. Currently I am making do with a VERY old Kuerig that is literally on its last legs and has been making below average coffee for me for the past six months. I use the little reusable K-cups (which I love) but my maker just isn’t getting the water hot enough any more which is also kinda scary. Read the rest of the post »

Sep 18 2018

Office Design – How I planned out a Functional and Beautiful Space!

Office Design - How I planned out a functional and beautiful space! How to design an office based on comfort, functionality and beauty in a small space.

One thing I think you guys already know about me is that functionality rules in my household. So, when it came to working on my office design that was totally #1. My office had to FUNCTION and function WELL because I was going to be spending a lot of my time in it. So to me the first thing of course is the desk. I needed something to put my computer on lol Read the rest of the post »

Sep 16 2018

Ways to remodel your kitchen on a budget

Whether you’re getting ready to sell your house or just preparing for the future, how to remodel your kitchen on a budget and add easy value to your home.

What’s wonderful about the age we live in right now is that we can truly update our spaces not just by doing it ourselves but also really inexpensively! My mom’s little place was in dire need of an update, it felt dark, dirty, dingy and basically made me hate every surface. On a wing and a prayer we decided to simply paint EVERYTHING and we than see how we felt about the big things (the floors, counter tops etc.) once the paint dried. Read the rest of the post »

Sep 13 2018

Planning a Bathroom Makeover? Here’s 6 New Trends You Should Try

A bathroom is one of the places in your home that can give you the most bang for your buck here are six bathroom trends to inspire your renovation

Giving my bathroom a makeover this spring was one of many steps on my way to reclaiming my space after a divorce. I truly just flew by the seat of my pants, added things that I loved and simply just went for it. I love how my bathroom feels now and can’t believe how just some inexpensive additions made such a huge difference! Read the rest of the post »

Aug 30 2018

6 Lighting Options That Will Transform Your Garden

While it can be hard to hide flaws in a garden during the daytime, the right garden lighting has the potential to transform it into a wonderland at night!

Its been said many times when it comes to space design that lighting can absolutely transform it like almost nothing else can. And I totally agree! The right lighting can take a stark space and make it feel warm and cozy, it can also take a dark and dreary space and make it feel bright and welcoming. And outside lighting can transform your yard into a whole other living room of your house! Read the rest of the post »

Aug 28 2018

Should You Hire a Professional Home Inspector?

You’ve found the perfect house. Before you commit to buying it, however, you need to decide if you want a professional home inspection.

I may be a bit biased when it comes to home inspectors because my brother happens to be one lol but I have encouraged an inspection to every single friend of mine who was considering purchasing a home. Whether you’re new to home ownership, or have a lot of knowledge under your belt, another set of experienced eyes can be really helpful. Read the rest of the post »

Aug 24 2018

5 Stunning Wood Design Ideas For Small Homes

The use of wood for small homes has always been a great option for homeowners. Wood provides a natural aesthetic feel especially in homes.

I’ve always been drawn to wood and I think its entirely due to my grandparents’ being wood workers. When they retired from farming and milking their cows they converted their (now my) old barn into a wood workshop. I have so many memories of being out there in the saw dust helping. To this day the smell of stain brings me right back to being with my grandma. Read the rest of the post »

Aug 21 2018

Best Kept Interior Decorating Secrets

Two thrift store lamps from two different eras and places get new shades and a paint job that bring them together and create cohesion between them for my master bedroom in chrome spray paint and shiny rustoleum black gloss paint. How to, diy, do it yourself lamp makeover, how to

I’m sure we’ve all been there – drooling over Pinterest images wondering how on earth anyone can keep a home that beautiful. Of course, the truth is, no one actually ever keeps a home that perfect all the time lol. When I do a photo shoot for one room of my house you should see the rest of my house omg! Even then though I never really feel like I get the magazine quality look that some bloggers achieve with their photos. Read the rest of the post »

Aug 14 2018

If you don’t feel comfortable in your home here are some changes you can make!

There are few things more dispiriting than feeling uncomfortable and out of place in your own home. Here are some changes you can do for a comfortable home

Making a comfortable home. This contributed post really spoke to me… and not necessarily in a good way. It wasn’t that long ago when my ex husband had turned my home into a place I didn’t even want to be. It really was with that realization, that I didn’t want to be in my grandma’s house – in MY house, that I knew I could no longer continue in the relationship. Read the rest of the post »

Aug 09 2018

4 Easy Steps to a Rustic, Country Bedroom – Pure Coziness!

4 Easy Steps to a Rustic, Country Bedroom - Pure Coziness! Lighting, dim and smart choices to create a warm and calming space for your cabin or home

The following steps can work when putting together any bedroom space actually. You assess the room, get the bed and lighting right and then add your furnishings. In my last post about my master bedroom I had finally and totally reclaimed my space after a rough divorce. It was my first step toward healing my only problem now is I never want to leave my bed because I love the room so much! Read the rest of the post »

Aug 07 2018

How to Pack and Prepare Food for an RV or Camping Trip!

Before you head out on an RV trip, you want to make sure all of your food is packed and prepared, here are some tips to make it easier and way more fun!

OMG this article made me want to go on a camping trip so bad! When I came home for good (nearly ten years ago now) I bought myself a nice tent, a decent blow up mattress (and the little pump), sheets and a bunch of other stuff because camping was simply something I wanted to do and never ever had anyone to go with me. Well, that year, and many times after, I simply went alone and it was AMAZING. Read the rest of the post »

Aug 05 2018

5 Simple Ways to Limit Indoor Air Pollution

The Environmental Protection Agency, in fact, reveals that indoor air pollution belongs to the top five environmental health risks.

When I replaced all of my cleaning solutions with natural versions I had no idea just how rough the chemical laden products are today. I have replaced my laundry detergent, all of my household cleaners, dishwasher soap, all of my hand soaps and even my perfume! My home is literally kept clean with nothing but vinegar, water and baking soda lol I do throw some essential oils into the mix for good smells but I’ve never used air fresheners. Read the rest of the post »

Aug 02 2018

6 Home Exterior Design Trends Every Homeowner Needs to Know

Home exterior design trends, style, paint, color, siding choices, verticle, horizontal, cedar shakes, windows, solar panel, landscaping increase house value

I’m totally mortified that I don’t have my own pretty exterior house photos for this post. Currently I am just embarrassed as the stone my ex put up is falling off and it all just looks terrible. Yes I have pics of the back with my siding looking nice still but, regardless, I am in a bad way mentally when it comes to the whole thing lol but it is on my list to fix (of course) I’m hoping to get to it this fall. Read the rest of the post »

Jul 31 2018

Natural Energy Boosters to Help You Power Through the Day

The key to my energy levels and to beating the afternoon sluggies for me was determining the foods that were causing it. Vitamins, water, food choices.

The key to my energy levels and to beating the afternoon sluggies for me was determining the foods that were causing it. Foggy headiness, weariness, feeling like I got hit by bus, was majorly attributed to what I was eating. I’ve had a sensitive stomach ALL of my life. When I was kid eating a piece of cheese would put me down for the count. I’m still not big on dairy and find more and more as an adult that I’m really GLAD for that. Except for a little cheese from time to time I don’t have any dairy in my diet at all. Read the rest of the post »

Jul 29 2018

Top DIY Projects To Improve Your Home

There are a number of cheap and yet effective DIY projects that you can easily do on your own instead, and that’s what we’re going to talk about today.

This post about DIY Projects immediately made me think of my Mom’s kitchen. Over the course of three days she and I painted the entire first story of her house including her all of her kitchen cabinets. We changed out all of the lights, put new hardware on her cabinets and painted out all of the hardware in her bathroom to match the lights and kitchen knobs. It was a BIG job but, really, anyone could do it and OMG the impact it made on her home! Read the rest of the post »

Jul 27 2018

5 High-End Farmhouse Renovations That Are Worth The Investment

5 High-End Farmhouse Renovations That Are Worth The Investment, hobby farm, barn, another bathroom, crown molding, kitchen renovation, new windows, country

I just read an article about how the word “farmhouse” in design is getting abused really hard right now lol. Many people contribute the new love for the “farmhouse” look to Chip and Jojo on HGTV. But I think it runs a lot deeper than that. There’s been a call out, a real social push, to return to our roots. Whether it be living greener, growing our own food, eliminating toxins and chemicals from our homes or just taking out the clutter and living simpler lives. Read the rest of the post »

Jul 26 2018

Things To Consider Before Renovating Your Kitchen

Renovating the kitchen is a functional room that holds cooking appliances, but it also needs to reflect your personality and your values.

I think of all of the rooms in our houses the one that is probably the most nerve racking and exciting to renovate is definitely the kitchen! Renovating has never been for the faint of heart. I spent over a year on the renovation plan of this old farmhouse of mine before I even started and, even than, I still feel like I missed some things! lol My #1 renovating tip would be: TAKE YOUR TIME AND DON’T LET ANYONE RUSH YOU! The following is an article contributed to Grandma’s House DIY that I felt was really informative. Read the rest of the post »

Jul 19 2018

How Your Home Could Be Greener and Save you Money!

How to make your far more green, energy savings, cost effective living a more natural life, a healthier way of living and saving a ton of money as well

I’ve always been consciously green and frugal but it really amazed me just how much more energy efficient my home (and even my life) became after my divorce. I truly have a MUCH greener home now! I had assumed my bills would go down by around half as there was two people living here and now there’s only one. Across the board every energy bill in my home went down by at least 2/3rds and some down by 3/4s! I couldn’t believe it when I got my first electric bill! Read the rest of the post »

Jul 17 2018

Piecing Together the Perfect Kitchen

Key things you need to consider when chasing your dream kitchen, Piecing Together the Perfect Kitchen, choosing appliances, materials and colors, how to

I am lucky in so many ways here in my grandma’s old house. I achieved something in my life that many folks don’t get until their retirement. I was already in my dream home when I was only thirty years old. It meant when I made all of the choices here none of them needed to be based on resale value or other’s opinions. Instead, every choice here, I was able to make in respect of the home and according to my own dreams. Piecing together my perfect kitchen was definitely one of my very favorite parts! The following is an article contributed to Grandma’s House DIY that I felt was really informative. Read the rest of the post »

Jul 13 2018

Things In Your Home that Generally Need Your Attention After 7 Years

Home improvement and maintenance Things In Your Home that Generally Need Your Attention After 7 Years. DIY Do it yourself, yearly work on your house updates

I literally snorted when I read the last part of this article when they mentioned Murphy’s Law: “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong” – Because OMG that is so the truth when it comes to houses lol! The following is an article contributed to Grandma’s House DIY that I felt was really informative. Read the rest of the post »

Jul 08 2018

Bedroom Basics: Laying The Foundations For A Beautiful Boudoir

Bedroom Basics: Laying The Foundations For A Beautiful Boudoir. Your bedroom is undoubtedly one of the most important projects and should be a place of home

After removing everything of my ex husband’s from my home the very first room I tackled was my master bedroom. A sanctuary is absolutely vital for our mental state, our healing, our very lives. Rest is imperative for us to function well at all! The majority of my home felt corrupted to me, designed entirely on the desperate hope to please a toxic and miserable human being. So many bad choices, so many compromises to the point that very little was here that made me happy or spoke to my heart at all. Read the rest of the post »

Jul 05 2018

Sorting out Niggling Home Issues

It doesn’t stop the fact that niggling home issues are still going to pop up Here are some tips to deal with some of your house problems one issue at a time

I snorted when I read the first part of this article because OMG SO TRUE! No matter how many renovations you do, how much time and effort you put into your home, there will ALWAYS still be issues lol. I have learned this lesson as an absolute truth since the renovation and over the last couple of years living here. A home will never be truly finished… but maybe that is a good thing… it certainly helps keep me in shape and out of trouble! The following is an article contributed to Grandma’s House DIY that I felt was really informative. Read the rest of the post »

Jul 03 2018

The Best Ways to Prepare for a Move to a new Home or Apartment

Prepare for a Move to a new Home or Apartment make lists, declutter, deep clean everything, throw away, donate, utilitize, change your address, utilities

The best ways to prepare to move. Have I ever told you guys about how I owned a house before I owned a car? I was 19 when I purchased a home in Oklahoma with a much older boyfriend. I’m just going to wrap that story up quick with: it was a terrible idea lol. During those 6 years I basically lived out of my car and my suitcase because I was constantly driving back and forth while I attempted to renovate a house in Oklahoma when I belonged in Minnesota. Read the rest of the post »

Jul 02 2018

Love DIY? Here are Some Mistakes to Avoid

DIY can turn out to be a huge money saver when you need it the most unless you make these common mistakes, here's how to avoid them!

A couple of things in this post made me snort because we all know I have neeeeeever been impatient or stubborn! Ok, so I may be totally impatient, busy and stubborn lol and, yup, I have to agree that it can make my life certainly harder (at least emotionally!) so I can conceded that it is definitely mistakes to void. While I was renovating my grandma’s house goodness knows I had several VERY stubborn moments but, ya know what, sometimes being stubborn can get stuff done! The following is an article contributed to Grandma’s House DIY that I felt was really informative. Read the rest of the post »

Jun 28 2018

Thirteen Types of Paper to Use for Your Next Paper Crafts Project

Many people know the pleasure that comes from papers crafting. So dedicated to it that they have entire rooms in their house devoted to it and paper!

OMG have you seen some of those craft rooms on Pinterest!? Just the rolls upon rolls of gorgeous paper alone are seriously DROOL WORTHY even for me and I don’t even craft lol My “craft room” is actually my workshop and looks like the tool aisle at Home Depot (though everything is grungy and not new at all) still though, all of those craft rooms give me major organization envy! The following is an article submitted to Grandma’s House DIY that I felt was really informative. Read the rest of the post »

Jun 22 2018

5 Most Common Home Plumbing Problems You Can Fix

5 Most Common Home Plumbing Problems You Can Fix yourself, unclogging drains, dripping shower heads, replace shower knobs, fixing unclog, clogged up drains, using a plunger to fix a leaking or running toilet. How to install a new shower head.

I actually did ALL of the plumbing for my home, that’s two kitchens and three bathrooms over three floors of living space. But there are some plumbing problems that even make me hesitate to fix. Case and point: When I had to take a part my dishwasher because it stopped draining! My hard water has created A LOT of issue for me and not just the dishwasher, every couple of months I have take off my shower heads and soak them in vinegar or they’ll just stop working lol But, like in all things, everything is fixable! The following is an article submitted to Grandma’s House DIY that I felt was really informative. Read the rest of the post »

Jun 15 2018

4 Houseplants That Improve Indoor Air Quality

One Green Planet cites a NASA study that reveals several of the 4 best houseplants to remove improve indoor air quality removing formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene. The peace lily is not only elegant and pretty, but it is also great at removing harmful pollutants from the air. 

One of my all time favorite projects is the hanging planter boxes I made for houseplants in my master bedroom windows. At the time I made them it was entirely because I had just survived a long gray winter and I needed something GREEN in my home. Since then those plants have grown considerably and never fail to brighten my day. One of the perks is also how GOOD they are for my whole home and air quality. The following is an article submitted to Grandma’s House DIY that I felt was really informative. Read the rest of the post »

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