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Prime Day deals: these Withings smart bathroom scale prices just got WAY lighter

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One great thing about Amazon Prime Day is that you’ll not only find cheap Apple watch deals and cheap Bose deals but also stuff like smart bathroom scale deals such as these ones from Withings.  Many Withings scales have received a Prime Day price cut including the Withings Body Cardio, one of the best bathroom scales at the moment.

• Shop all the discounted Withings smart bathroom scales at Amazon, prices from £44.96

These Withings smart bathroom scales automatically synchronise with the Withings Health Mate app and support more than just one user profiles. the most advanced model, the Withings Body Cardio, can even monitor heart and cardiovascular health and even has a pregnancy tracker and baby mode too.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are also coming in slowly but steadily, better bookmark those pages too.

Withings Body Cardio | On sale for £87.06 | Was £129.95 | You

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Hawa Hassan Shares the Spicy Somali Pasta Recipe From Her New Cookbook, ‘In Bibi’s Kitchen’

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“Grandmothers are the ultimate home cooks,” says Hawa Hassan. That’s why, for her new cookbook with Julia Turshen, In Bibi’s Kitchen, she decided to make them the focus. Part cooking guide, part educational material, and part journalistic exercise, the book features the beloved recipes, and stories, of matriarchs from eight African countries that touch the Indian Ocean. There’s Ma Gehennet, an Eritrean who emigrated first to Canada and then to New York, who shares her shiro (chickpea stew), Ma Wambui from Nairobi, who wants to dispute preconceptions that Kenyan food is “bland and uninteresting,” and Mozambique’s Ma Maria, a complete master of coconut sauce. As each talks about their food, family, and life choices, a diverse and uplifting portrait emerges about both the Eastern African coast and the African immigrant experience in America. “My ultimate goal in life is really to tell an accurate and beautiful story about the

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Home improvement and stockpiling boost September UK retail sales

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Consumers increased spending on improving their homes and stockpiling goods in September in preparation for a tightening of restrictions, providing a boost for retailers.

Sales in the UK rose 5.6 per cent last month compared with the same period a year ago, according to data from the British Retail Consortium and the consultancy KPMG. That was above the six-month average decline of 1.1 per cent and the best annual growth rate of any month since December 2009, it found.

“September saw a big improvement in retail sales growth,” said Helen Dickinson, chief executive at the BRC, whose survey covers about 60 per cent of the industry.

“With office workers still at home for the foreseeable future, the sales of electronics, household goods and home office products have remained high,” she added. In contrast, more time spent at home and the cancellation of public events “have continued to hold back clothing

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Voices From the Kitchen stage production broadcasted virtually for the first time

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Voices From the Kitchen is a twice-yearly experiential storytelling project featuring the voices of talented storytellers, writers, activists and thought leaders. The performances are inspired by a chosen theme — “Choices” — told through the lens of food. Proceeds benefit La Cocina’s incubator program, which offers affordable commercial kitchen space and hands-on technical assistance to low-income and immigrant women entrepreneurs who are launching, growing and formalizing food businesses.

In light of Covid, this stage production will be broadcasted for the first time as a virtual show, making it accessible to communities nationwide and beyond. It will premiere at 5:30 PM (PT)/ 8:30 PM (ET) on October 29, 2020, on YouTube. Tickets are FREE, but you must register.

Theme – Choices:

2020 has presented us with an almost endless series of choices, while sometimes simultaneously leaving us feeling that there are few viable options. This production captures inspiring and personal narratives

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Hercules Homes for Sale: Hercules, CA Real Estate

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Hercules Real Estate Listings & Homes for Sale

Research Hercules real estate market trends and find homes for sale. Search for new homes, open houses, recently sold homes and reduced price real estate in Hercules.

Home Prices in Hercules

The asking price of homes for sale in Hercules has since September last year, while the number of homes for sale has See more Hercules Home Prices & Values.

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Amazon Prime Day: Best Deals on Knives, Blenders, & Kitchen Gear

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Amazon Prime Day is here. The two-day sale takes place on July 15 and July 16 of this year and will feature deals on more than one million products across all categories. In addition to massive sales on toys, tech, knives, back-to-school supplies, parenting gear, and more, there are incredible deals on kitchen gear.

Leading up to the big day, here are some home and kitchen items that will go on major sale, plus new launches available starting Prime Day only, to get you prepped and whet your appetites. And of course, we found some major, and we do mean major, deals to save you dough right now.

Amazon Prime Day 2020: Knife, Blender, Coffee Maker, and Kitchen Gear Deals

This excellent, teched-up drip coffee maker normally costs $280. It has a number of pre-set modes including, Fast, Strong, Iced, Cold Brew, and Gold, the latter of which automatically adjust

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No Contact Tracing After Rose Garden COVID-19 Super-Spreader Event

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Now that Anthony Fauci, MD, has declared the Sept. 26 Rose Garden introduction of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, a COVID-19 super-spreader event, the question is how many of the 200 guests and White House staff – most of whom did not wear a mask or social distance – have been infected. An infected person could infect at least two other people. The Washington Post is reporting that at least 34 people connected to the event or the White House have tested positive for the coronavirus.

Dr. Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, didn’t parse words on Oct. 9, when he told CBS News Radio that data confirms Judge Barrett’s coming-out party seeded the virus’s spread.

“We had a super-spreader event in the White House,” he said. “And it was a situation where people were crowded together, were not wearing masks.

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Fall Garden Cleanup in St. Johns, Arizona

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 Chilies NOT going to ripen before frost

Chilies NOT going to ripen before frost.

I recently ran across a Facebook post that suggested people should leave leaves on the lawn all winter to increase fertility and reduce fall clean-up work.  I wasn’t surprised when multiple gardeners from all over the world jumped right in and said all the things I was thinking: Mow them first or they will created dead patches on the lawn, pick them up and compost them before adding them so bad critters don’t overwinter in them, they will rot and make a stinky mess…

…and then I remembered that we don’t have big deciduous leaves where I am. Nor do we get enough moisture in the winter to either rot or compost leaves, chopped or not. I don’t have much of a lawn, because it is too expensive and environmentally irresponsible to grow big swaths of grass in such an arid climate, using

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Watch Jasmine Roth Tackle the ‘Worst Bathroom Situation’ Ever

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HGTV star Jasmine Roth has helped many homeowners fix their DIY fails, but in the latest episode of “Help! I Wrecked My House,” she encounters a bathroom that may be beyond repair.

In the episode “Behind the Tarp,” Roth meets Andrea and Jeremy, homeowners in Anaheim, CA, who started a bathroom renovation—only to leave the space in ruin. The floor is gone, the walls are gone, and there’s even a hole in the ground.

Now, Roth has a $60,000 budget to create a stunning bathroom from scratch. Read on to learn how Roth turns the worst bathroom into an oasis, and see some upgrades you might be inspired to try in your own home.


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Jasmine Roth plans out her bathroom design.

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Make sure your bathroom tiles don’t compete

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Before: This DIY bathroom project was a disaster.

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Roth wants to make sure Jeremy and Andrea’s bathroom is extra

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Community garden provides refugees with support and comfort through pandemic

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A community garden in Seattle, Washington is providing a place for immigrants and refugees to come together and find community while growing food from their home countries.

Once a neglected parking lot, the garden, known as Paradise Parking Plots, is now a place for people to gather and tend to their plants.

Community members bond while growing their own food in the garden. (Hannah Letinich)
Community members bond while growing their own food in the garden. (Hannah Letinich)

“We have de-paved over 50,000 square feet of asphalt and put in garden beds,” said Tahmina Martelly, a program manager for World Relief Seattle, which founded the garden. “We have 44 in-ground beds and six handicap access beds. We have people from 23 countries growing culturally appropriate foods and making friends with each other.”

Martelly, who immigrated to the United States from Bangladesh and has worked in refugee resettlement for more than two decades, said that the space has only become more important amid the

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