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Better Homes and Gardens January 2007 Issue Highlights

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS
JANUARY 2006 ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS

Better Homes and Gardens Editors Available For Interviews—

Get Organized; pg. 13
Get organized in 2007 with the help of Better Homes and Gardens. The magazine shows you how to borrow unlikely elements from other rooms to create pretty and practical solutions for keeping your desk tidy, including a muffin tin for desk drawer storage and mismatched forks to hold business cards and important notes.

Plants to Love; pg. 60
Better Homes and Gardens suggests seven new proven-performing plants that will be available at nurseries and garden centers this spring, ready to plug into bare spots for instant color and a long bloom session.

Charge It; pg. 42
Better Homes and Gardens shows how to create an orderly, convenient charging station for all your portable electronics. With a go-to spot to plug in your cell phones, you can banish cord clutter and actually remember to charge the phone.

Black and White in Color; pg. 46
Looking for a little decorative drama? Black and white works wonders with any hue. Better Homes and Gardens shows you how to team black and white with color in your home for an unexpected and sophisticated look.

Top of the Morning; pg. 96
Turn a stack of humble hotcakes into the high-rise headliner of the breakfast table. Your family will flip for Better Homes and Gardens’ seven new pancake flavors – perfect for a New Year’s brunch.

20-Minute Suppers; pg. 106
When you want dinner now, these recipes—favorites from BHG.com—deliver with ease and speed, including salmon with wilted greens, Jamaican pork stir-fry and pineapple pork chili.

Healthy Family; pg. 118
Everyone could use some news on how to stay well in the New Year. Better Homes and Gardens offers pages of health conscious tips and suggestions, including making small changes to lose big pounds, ‘winterizing’ your gym bag and no-guilt nibbles and nips.

Better you; pg. 140
Better Homes and Gardens offers quick beauty solutions to face the cold winter months looking your best. Try these small tweaks to deliver a big impact: cut bangs instead of getting a new haircut, learn to sleep on your back and apply eye cream with your ring finger.

The January issue of Better Homes and Gardens is currently available on newsstands.

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