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Tired of shaving in bad bathroom lighting? These snap-on mirror-lights give you perfect visibility

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Here’s a problem that everyone can rally behind. Bathroom lights are the worst. They’re either placed behind you, or right above the mirror, casting light downwards on your face, making it incredibly challenging to shave your beard or apply makeup. Ideally, you want the kind of light that shines directly on your face without A. blinding you, and B. casting a shadow… like those vanity mirrors with bulbs all around them.

Lucere mimics that perfect vanity-lighting experience without racking up an electricity bill. It features a pair of portable lights that attach directly to your bathroom mirror to give you bright, bi-directional light without casting sharp shadows. The Lucere comes with a mount that adheres to your mirror, allowing you to magnetically snap the lights on or off whenever you need them. Both the lights come with touch-sensitive on-off switches and the ability to set them at your desired brightness

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12 Home Improvement Shortcuts That Are a Bad Idea

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Measuring twice is still a thing.

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Doing a little home improvement on your own can be a great
way to cut costs on a project. But you can find yourself having to do a project
over again or in the middle of a dangerous situation if you don’t have a firm
grasp of what you’re doing – no matter how many YouTube videos
you’ve watched. Home inspection and contracting professionals weigh in on some
of the most common do-it-yourself hacks that are a major don’t.

Skipping the permits

Skipping the permits

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Permit regulations vary depending on your location, but they
are often required when conducting plumbing, electrical, heating or air work to
ensure a home is safe. There will be an extra cost, but it’s
worth the price over getting caught doing the work without a permit, or far
worse, doing the work wrong. “The permits

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TD Garden ushers receive more bad news: They’ve been laid off

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In a letter regarding the “Operational Impact of Coronavirus,” the part-time workforce was told it “will not be scheduled until the conditions at our unit allows us to resume normal operations. As this situation is rapidly evolving, we will continue to update you with the anticipated date that we will resume business.”

For one part-time usher, the letter was the first written communication from Delaware North, owner of TD Garden, since the sports world began to shut down on March 11.

The letter stated that the workers “may be eligible” for unemployment compensation benefits.

“It leaves me nowhere — I can’t go to the unemployment office, I have a pension, I have other income, but there are other people that this is what they do — they work every Bruins game, every Celtics game, every concert, every everything that shows up,” said the part-time usher, who requested anonymity out of

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