Kit Arbuckle works as a freelance writer covering various topics in her areas of expertise and interests. She has extensive experience in landscaping, gardening, education, alternative medicine and DIY home projects. Kit's passions include green living, hiking, backpacking and photography. She lives in Historic Irvington in Indiana with her husband, two teenage sons and several animals.
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Limited education options, the high price of private schools or dissatisfaction with local public schools may have you looking into homeschooling. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 91 percent of parents who choose to homeschool their children do so at least partially because of concerns about the school environment. Providing a safe haven for learning is just one of the many positive aspects of homeschooling, but there are also downsides.
No matter how clean you keep your home, old carpets accumulate stains and appear dingy. Regular cleaning brightens the carpet and removes the stains. While many carpet cleaning solutions and stain removers contain harsh chemicals and emit strong odors, a few common household products can clean your carpets effectively.
Rose hip oil comes from the seeds of a specific variety of rose, Rosa aff. rubiginosa or Rosa moschata. A cold-press extraction method separates the oil from the hips and seeds. The delicate oil needs refrigerated or stored in a cool, dark location to prevent rancidity. For facial skin care, rose hip oil offers several benefits when applied externally due to its primary constituents: essential fatty acids, vitamin E, vitamin C and B-carotene, a form of vitamin A.