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Love to get away for a private weekend for two but hate sharing a swimming pool with a bunch of strangers? Sybaris Suites in Indianapolis, Indiana is the answer for you. This unique hotel offers private suites, each with its own swimming pool - right there in the room! The perfect getaway for the aquatic introvert! Book your stay today - and don’t forget to pack your suit!
If your pool needs a makeover, but you aren’t ready to splurge on a full blown renovation, consider these small, budget friendly ideas that can make a big difference in your space.
Research low-maintenance plants and purchase from your local nursery.
Find low-cost furniture and planters on Craigslist or OfferUp and rehab with a coat of paint.
Build your own firepit and add some comfy chairs.
Rent or borrow a pressure washer to scour your backyard surfaces.
Create your own hammock for the perfect relaxation spot.
Welcome to 2019, friends! And for many of us, welcome back to work…
From all of us at Aaron’s Leak Detection to all of you - we pray that you have a wonderful Christmas full of family, friends, and memories!
It’s still not too late to mail your Christmas cards. Per the U.S. Postal Service, the deadline for mailing First Class to arrive by Christmas is:
Don’t be late!
A recent article on Runner’s World shares why runners should look no further than their backyard pool to boost their skills. Swimming provides an excellent low-impact cardio alternative both as a supplement to your regular running regimen and as an fill-in when recovering from an injury. Swimming also builds the muscles you need for running, has almost no risk of injury, and adds a little variety to your training routine. Plus it’s just plain fun and just about the only way you can work out without working up a sweat! What’s not to love?
It’s Christmas card season! Time to get out the stamps and pens and glitter and spread a little holiday cheer. Photo cards are all the rage and Florida’s balmy winters provide some unique opportunities for adding a little warmth to your greetings. Take your Christmas photos next to the palm trees on the beach or by (or even IN!) your family pool. Your family will smile at the extra bit of sunshine…if they don’t turn grich-y green with envy!
Here are some adorable swimming Christmas babies to inspire YOUR photo shoot…
Dry ice always creates an impressive display. Add an abundance of glowing candles for an extra spooky effect.
Set some skeletal guests a-swimming! Add some accessories for extra silly fun!
A little more effort than the plastic jack-o-lanterns, but with a lot more room for creativity! Float your carved pumpkins with battery-operated tea lights inside.
The spider isn’t so itsy bitsy anymore! You’ll need lots of balloons, including some oversized ones, some string, and a helium tank - but it’s a pretty impressive display if you can pull it off! Who’s game?
If you’re planning a Halloween party this season, don’t leave out your swimming pool! This month keep an eye on the blog for some simple and inexpensive ways to add some silly scares to your favorite swimming hole!
First up is the simplest of all! $1 plastic jack-o-lantern pails and with glow sticks or tea lights inside - set them afloat for a colorful backdrop.
To close out our month of the s'more, we bring you an option that is not, strictly speaking, a s'more. In fact, when I was a kid we called these "banana boats". But all the s'more components are there and they are absolutely scrumptious, so no apologies! Enjoy!
This week in our month of S'mores, we're taking a peek at the gooey inner layers. Not the marshmallow - you leave that marshmallow alone - but the chocolately goodness. Simple Hersheys bark is the time honored staple, but it is hardly the only option out there.
For increased flavor and gooey goodness, stuff a piece Rolo or Reese's Peanut Butter cup inside your marshmallow before roasting. Nom, nom, nom!
This month's Newsletter is all about fire pits, and nothing goes with a fire pit better than s'mores! The classic recipe stands the test of time, but it's always fun to tinker a bit. This month we're bringing you inspiration for a new spin on the old favorite.
First up - the outer layer. The graham cracker is simple to pack and sturdy enough to support the gooey insides, but a cookie! Oh man, a cookie just adds a whole nother layer of yum. You can pick up your favorite fudge stripe cookie for a simple swap or go a little Martha Stewart and bake your own. Either way the results are amazing!
For those of you still in the family years...
Happy Back to School!
We wish you and your children a fantastic year of learning and growing!