Do you love IKEA? You can now buy a whole house from them for $86,500.
The 745 sq. ft., 1BR/1BA is stocked with all things IKEA from the kitchen appliances, to cabinets and counters. The bathroom has IKEA sinks and storage, and the bedroom closets are all built around the retailer's closet system. Check it out here.
Don't worry, you won't need a plastic baggie of wood dowels and pressed metal wrenches to put the house together. It is delivered in a couple of pieces and assembled on the spot.
What do you think? Would you buy a house from IKEA?
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Subject: A Cure for Hiccups
13-year-old Mallory Kievman has a cure for the hiccups. She says she discovered it in the kitchen trying to stop her own. You can read the article here.
The cure is a lollipop made from apple cider vinegar and sugar. It reportedly works by triggering the nerves in your throat and mouth that are responsible for the hiccup reflex. She plans to put them on the market this summer.
What is your favorite cure for the hiccups?
I hope you don't need it today. Have a good one and let me know if you need anything.
It's inspirational. Can you believe after 15 years of doctors telling him he'd never walk unassisted that he is doing headstands?
Have a wonderful day and please let me know if you need anything.
Subject: Movember is Here
Movember is a month-long celebration of the mustache. It was started to highlight men’s health issues – specifically prostate and testicular cancer. During the month of November, participants grow a mustache and raise funds for charities like the Prostate Cancer Foundation and the Lance Armstrong Foundation.
Don't worry if you don't have time to travel to Finland for next years competition, there's an app for that - it will even record how far you drop or throw your device.
Think you'll give it a try? If you need anything, give me a ring - before you toss your phone, of course.
Subject: No 'Throne Room'
One of Britain's most historic country mansions has gone on the market for the bargain price of $3.8 million. Not bad considering the British government bought it just eight years ago and spent $6 million dollars renovating it. You'll have to live without bathrooms though because this palace is missing its 'throne room.' The whole story is here.
Just more proof that buyers want updated baths! I hope you're having a great day - let me know if you need anything.