News Releases

Mar 10, 2006
-Better Homes Gardens Editors Available for Interviews-

Growing Into A Tree House -- Page 66
A multilevel backyard place space gives two Los Angeles stunt professionals and their son something to share. Talk about a passion for the outdoors and adventure – this tree house features a basketball hoop, slide, swing set, bedroom, sitting area, a telescope and so much more. Check it out in the April issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine.

Top 20 Contest -- Page 76
It’s time to kick off the 2006 Better Homes and Gardens Top 20 Contest with over $45,000 worth of prizes and a chance to have your home improvement project featured in the pages of the magazine. Pick up the April issue to learn why past winners were picked and get tips on how you could be next.

Dancing on Eggshells -- Page 92
Make the fun of finding decorated eggs last longer than the Easter morning hunt. Pretty patterned ostrich eggs will brighten your home for the entire spring season. Get some great ideas from the April issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine.

Recharge Your Life -- Page 168
Take a sabbatical from your job to volunteer, earn a degree, or rejuvenate your outlook. Find out how to make it happen and learn from first hand accounts that will no doubt leave you inspired to start thinking about your choices.

Interpreting Teen Talk -- Page 174
What do your teens mean when they say things like, “You don’t understand” or “Leave me Alone”? Better Homes and Gardens offers some insight that might help you communicate better with your teens and pave a road towards understanding. Could “I hate my schoolteacher” really mean that something else might be going on in the classroom that you should be aware of? Read this issue to find out more.

Poultice Makes Perfect -- Page 262
Although poultices may seem obsolete, it is time to take a fresh look at them. You’ll discover treatments that mend wounds, prevent infections, relieve congestion, and soothe pain. Who would have thought that mustard powder could relieve congestion? Learn more from the April issue of Better Homes and Gardens.

The April issue of Better Homes and Gardens is available on newsstands March 8th.

Katharine Reitz
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Lisa Bagley
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