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It’s officially spring. Along with the flowers and sunshine, for the allergic among us it’s also the sneeziest, eye-wateringest season. That’s mostly due to surges in airborne pollen, and so when pollen is high, allergic people should stay in inside.

That’s sensible advice — if your home isn’t a major allergy zone already. Here’s how to make sure the inside of your home actually gets you some relief.

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No matter how big or small your home is, if you're not naturally a tidy person then keeping it clean can be a bit of a challenge. I live in a one-bedroom apartment which means it doesn't take much clutter for my place to look like it's gone completely off the rails. Adding to my more-stuff-than-space problem is the fact that I'm really just a messy person by nature. For a while, I thought I was just destined to live in a mess -- until I started cleaning in sections.

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When it comes to selling your house, even small changes can have a noticeable effect on the final sale price or time it takes to sell. The problem is knowing which ones are a useful return for your time and money. From using stripes to make a space seem larger, to anticipating that buyers will snoop in cupboards, these tips and tricks will help ensure you get the best price, or fastest sale.