Nursing Homes Fill the Skills Gap Left By Training Shortfalls, Accelerated Programs

While clinical leaders in skilled nursing facilities welcome new hires to their staff, many are seeing an influx of nurses with less real-world experience. Nurses fresh out of school were unable to complete their on-site clinicals due to Covid, leaving students to learn as best they could in online skills labs and other solitary training, … Read more

Google Home’s future should rely on LaMDA more than ambient computing

After 90 minutes focused on niche Google software advancements, Google I / O 2022 ended with a rapid-fire list of Pixel hardware announcements that got the tech world buzzing. But beyond the hype, Google didn’t actually give us much hard info about them, except that they’ll work “Better Together for You” and rely on Tensor … Read more

Elevate your home’s aesthetic with furniture

Ornamental furniture has a long and distinguished history. Starting from ancient Egyptian civilization to the European industrial age. The Egyptians added aesthetic details to furniture, which was later adopted in the Mediterranean regions of Italy and Spain. Furniture was then highlighted with light or colorful tones to add warmth and an artistic or rustic touch … Read more

Florida Family Businesses are Changing Tiny Homes in a Big Way

The open kitchen plan in a Movable Roots tiny home. Photography courtesy of Moveable Roots. In a world that’s constantly clamoring for more, more, more, some people are starting to think… smaller. Instead of oceanfront Miami Beach mansions boasting nine bathrooms and a bowling alley, Floridians are switching their mindset to minimalism and mobility. In … Read more

Craft and hobby rooms are homes new hot spots

Twelve-year-old Chloe Stanwick finds fun at the end of a glue gun, making rodent-sized playthings from cardboard boxes for her hamster Spud. Meanwhile, her mother, Jennifer Flores, can be found designing a new decor item, sharpening her needle skills or revelling in the art of wrapping. “Crafting and being creative and doing art is something … Read more

Stacey Solomon announces new crafts and homes book

Stacey Solomon took to Instagram last night (May 19) to announce an exciting new venture. The craft-loving presenter has entertained her fans as she’s documented the renovation of her new home, Pickle Cottage. And now the mum-of-four has revealed that the tips and tricks she’s used in her home transformation will be shared in a … Read more

Why this year’s historic homes tour focuses on one of Salt Lake’s earliest neighborhoods

Marita Hart stands outside the historic home she and her husband, Bernie, live in within Salt Lake City’s Central City neighborhood Tuesday. It is one of a few historic homes in the area that people will be able to tour for Saturday’s Historic Homes Tour. (Carter Williams, Estimated read time: 7-8 minutes Editor’s note: … Read more

What do Charlotte buyers look for in new homes? See our list

Sellers are in control right now in the Charlotte real estate market, industry experts say, meaning those looking to buy are having to keep an open mind as they look for their new home. Still, according to those in real estate, there are some trends among buyers, many of which have been shaped by the … Read more

Crazy for crafts: the slow interiors trend taking over London’s hippest homes

From weavers to woodworkers, ceramacists to sculptors, the emerging batch of contemporary artists are putting fresh, attention-grabbing twists on age-old traditional techniques. Sales for handmade furniture have soared by over 2,300 per cent on Etsy, and we’re in the midst of a revival textiles, with London Art Fair director Sarah Monk tapping tactile artworks such … Read more

Tour of Morristown Historic District gives glimpses of dream homes

One place has 192 windows. Another boasts a wrap-around tableau of the Battle of Hastings. Across the street are framed thank you notes from Ulysses S. Grant and Mark Twain, former house guests. A few doors down, admirers can behold a chandelier once owned by Cyndi Lauper. (She never visited, but almost certainly would be … Read more