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DealDash: Is Your Lawn Ready for Spring?

DealDashSpring is here! It’s time to get your lawn items organized. Read this article for some tips and tricks from DealDash.

Whether or not it looks like it where you are living, spring is officially here. To some, it means watching the snow melt; to others, fun in the sun. Sadly, my spring is the snow melting variety. Regardless of the weather where you are located, there are a few things every person should be doing at the beginning of spring. Read on for some suggestions from DealDash to get organized.

Shovels and Snowblowers

If you’re living in the northern states, chances are you know someone who still has snow on their lawn. Even so, it’s time to put our shoveling equipment away for the next two seasons. Remember when you’re doing this, that it is best to put your shovels out of the way, but not in hard-to-reach places. There’s always the chance of another snowstorm if you’re living in New England! Also, you’ll need them in a few months, so it would be wise to keep them where you can get to them easily. 

If you use a snowblower, you’re not likely to need it again until Winter comes again. Any snow from here on out should just be a dusting. You can put your snowblower away in the garage or shed after you have run the gas out. To do this, simply take the snowblower outside, start it up, and let it run until it is out of gas. You’ll want to do this soon so you can put it away sooner. After all, snowblowers are bigger, bulkier, and more likely to get in the way than the shovels.

Is Your Lawnmower Ready?

After that, we can get the lawnmower ready. With the beautiful green grass growing slowly but surely on your lawn comes the work of mowing it. How do we prepare for that task? Simple!

Now that the snowblower and shovels are put away, we must pull our lawnmower out of the garage or shed. That’s only the beginning of lawnmowing prep work, though. We must be sure our mower is ready to go. You can do this by hiring a professional, but it is much cheaper to do these simple tasks yourself.

Only a few things must be checked before mowing the lawn.The first thing I recommend is the air filter. That’s the cylinder of folded paper held together by grates made of plastic, metal, or both. If it’s clean and dry, you can leave it be. Chances are, though, you will need to replace it. After that, you should check the gas and oil levels. If you don’t know how to do this, remember that it is approximately the same process as checking the oil level in your car. When in doubt, please hire a professional.

Thanks for Reading

If you need a shovel, snowblower, shed, or other outdoor items, be sure to check DealDash first. Check out the Home, Garden, and Tools category on DealDash. You can find it at this link right here.

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  This sponsored DealDash blog article was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this article. This blog is written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice shared here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company. Read even more on DealDashTips.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

DealDash Health: Stay Active in Autumn


Having trouble being active in Autumn? No problem, let DealDash help.

Autumn is a beautiful season. The weather is getting cooler, and the leaves are changing. Although the weather is getting cooler, you can still enjoy your time outdoors.  Staying active is important year round. If you enjoy the outdoors here are three ways that you can stay active outdoors, from DealDash.

Try Fall Fishing

Fishing is the perfect activity to do outdoors during the fall. It may not seem that exciting. However, there is just something about the scenery, the birds chirping and the thrill of catching a fish that makes it enjoyable. It is a peaceful activity that does not take a lot of energy, and it is also a good way to bond with your family. You can go solo, with friends, or take the whole family. Everyone can enjoy this activity with you in the autumn to stay active.

Go on a Peaceful Walk

Going for a walk during the fall time is a simple way to stay active.  When it is hot and sweaty outside most people do not want to walk or run. They want to stay inside in the soothing air conditioning. You can enjoy a nature walk with your dog or a friend.  The changing of the leaves will take your breath away as you are walking through a park or neighborhood. This activity is something that never gets old. You can take a walk every day of the fall season and still have an enjoyable time.

Splash Into Kayaking or Canoeing

Another way to enjoy the outdoors and stay active during the fall is to go kayaking or canoeing.  Not only is it a fun way to enjoy the fall time but it is also a great way to work up a quick sweat.  Paddling and rowing is a great workout for the upper and lower body and will give you the effects of a full workout outside. Not only that, it is a wonderful way to spend a day with a friend or family member. If you don’t have a kayak or canoe yourself, there are many places that rent them.

Thanks for Reading

The Autumn is a great way to explore and do new things. These three ways to stay active will help you make the most out of fall.  There are so many activities that you can do outdoors, just figure out which one works best for you and you will have a great time outdoors during a beautiful season.

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Do you need sports or fitness items? Go check DealDash for sports items and more. DealDash has all of the things that you need. Visit DealDash now to see how much you can save. Have a great time on DealDash and happy bidding everyone!


This sponsored blog post was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this post. Read even more at DealDashBlog.comDealDashTips.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

DealDash Winter Dates

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Winter is not typically a time that’s great for dating if you live somewhere that gets a lot of snow. Here are some indoor and outdoor date ideas from DealDash.

Burrrrrr! Who wants to leave the house when it’s cold and snowy outside? Well, if you’ve got a hot date, maybe it will motivate you to take off those fuzzy slippers and put on some boots instead. DealDash has some fun and relatively inexpensive winter date ideas.

Ice Skating

I’m personally not a fan of ice skating, but lots of people love it! If you look at the happy couple above you can see that they are having a lot of fun out on the ice even though they might not be the best skaters. There’s a learning curve to ice skating, maybe you could challenge your date to learn how to ice skate well by the end of the winter.


Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years are all times when great new movies usually come out. Get your fill of popcorn and romantic comedies at the movie theater this winter. Pro tip: Check the theaters near you, any theaters have discounted evening movies on Tuesdays or Wednesdays during the week.


Tubing is the grown-up version of sledding down a hill. Normally you trudge up a giant hill with your tube in hand, similar to the water-tubing rides at the water park in the summer. It’s a lot of fun and doesn’t require a lot of skill like skiing or snowboarding does.

Make Cookies

Cookies aren’t just for Christmas! Get out that KitchenAid stand mixer and whip up some delicious cookies with your date. And even better, the second part of the date is eating the cookies! If you’re not much for cookies, how about pie instead? The first crops of strawberries and blueberries seem to be arriving at the supermarket right about now, get some and make a delicious pie.

Hockey Game

There’s no more appropriate sport for winter than hockey. Get out there and show some team spirit and go see a hockey game on your date. Do matching face paint for bonus couple’s points!

I hope that you found these winter date ideas from DealDash fun! For winter snow removal tools such as shovels, scrapers, and snow blowers check DealDash first. DealDash has everything you need. Visit DealDash now to save. DealDash now offers free bids for product reviews, check it out! Good luck and happy DealDash bidding everyone!
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DealDash’s Winter Bucket List

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Winter is coming fast, and while it’s tempting to just stay inside and not emerge until spring, here is a winter bucket list for you to try.

Do you have a lifetime bucket list? I personally try to stay in the moment, and having a bucket list for each new season is a great way to try new things and have fun with my family in every type of weather. Here is a fun bucket list for you to try this winter – add or remove things as you see fit to personalize it for yourself and your family.

  • Play in the snow. This might not be applicable for all of you out there, but for those of you in colder climates, go out and play! Grab your child, grandchild, or spouse, and get out there in the sparkly cold weather!
  • Make an advent calendar. Advent calendars are a fun way to count down the time until Christmas. Make your own with little candy treats for each day leading up until Christmas.
  • Make cookies. Cookies aren’t just for Christmas, they are great for the whole winter season. Try sugar cookies or even gingerbread men.
  • Pick a child off of the “angel tree” at your mall, and buy (or win from DealDash!) gifts for a disadvantaged child in your hometown.
  • Make apple cider or egg nog. Or both, why choose?
  • Get a gingerbread house kit and make it with your kids or grandkids. If you don’t have kids or grandkids, maybe there is a neighbor child that you could invite over to share this activity with you.
  • Light the fireplace and drink hot chocolate by firelight.
  • Make Christmas ornaments. Decorating the tree is more fun when you have made some of the ornaments yourself. Try making picture ornaments of your child, grandchild, or pets. Don’t forget to put the year on them!
  • Visit a farm and take a hayride, eat cider donuts, and bring home a pie.
  • Visit DealDash, win an auction!

I hope that you enjoyed this article and make your own bucket list for this upcoming winter season. Be sure to do the last item on my list, and visit DealDash. DealDash has everything you need to get ready for winter. Visit DealDash now at this link right here. Good luck and happy bidding everyone!

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