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Don't miss the official Spring Home Show!Homeway Homes and Habitat for Humanity of Greater Peoria are partnering together to build high-quality homes in the Peoria area. At the Spring Home Show, we will feature a home we built together, that includes a front porch and an attached garage, perfect for a family. And the best part: after the show, we will deliver the house to 1015 NE Madison, Peoria, IL, where a hard working family will purchase this house to call their home. Come out to the show and check out the house before we deliver it!

Getting healthy in the New YearSometimes the secret to living a healthier life is making smarter choices – and sometimes tricking yourself into thinking you’re eating more. And the month of January is filled with all kinds of weight-loss and healthy-eating tips, but there are some simple things you can do to be healthier in 2019. Check out the five tips for a healthier New Year.

Famous New Year's ResolutionsWhether it’s striving to be more kind or trying to “wash teeth if any”, New Year’s resolutions don’t have to be the same old common ones. Throughout history there have been some pretty unusual resolutions from some very well-known people. Here’s a look at some of the more unique, clever or downright funny New Year’s resolutions made by cultural icons throughout the ages.

Want your house to look like the Griswold’s this Christmas?In “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” Clark Griswold set the bar pretty high when it comes to lighting up a home for the holidays. But what would it take to create in “real life”? And how much would it cost you? Hint: better hope your holiday bonus is more than a subscription to the jelly-of-the-month club.

When did sending Christmas cards become popular?You might not give it a second thought, but why – and when – did sending Christmas cards become a common holiday tradition? Well, it dates back to early Victorian England and very popular British man who just couldn’t keep up with his correspondence.

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