How clean is your house? Post lockdown cleaning tips for a safe family home

It’s one thing having a tidy house and another having a clean house. And it’s a whole different ball game when you are emerging tentatively from a global pandemic.

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Home Decor Ideas To Improve Your Living Space

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Your main living area is where you likely spend a lot of time. It may be where you go to read a book, watch television, or entertain guests.

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Five flooring faux pas to avoid

As we all sit back in lock down and stare at the four walls surrounding us, it’s a perfect time to either take on a little DIY or reflect at how far you have come.

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5 tips for making your home a haven of calm

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The world can be a stressful place. No matter who you are, what you do and with whom you share your life, none of us is exempt from the stress and anxiety that have become the default setting for the human condition in the 21st century.

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Moving home: Does it have to be stressful?

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It’s been a while since we moved home. Eight years to be precise. But we are constantly reminded by friends and family all around us that yes, moving home can be stressful.

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Building Your Own Home: The Impossible Dream?

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Everyone has an idea of their own dream home – that space, which may not be a palace, but is fully yours and has everything just the way you want it.

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5 sustainable household products to reduce your carbon footprint

If there is one impulse purchase category I manage to justify to myself, it’s the products pushing the boundaries of consumerism, challenging the status quo and taking everyday single use plastic products and reinventing them.

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6 ways to make your garden dog friendly

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Dogs love to roam, play and explore in their own back garden  and there’s no better place to play a game of fetch or sit an enjoy the sunshine together.

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Top tips to reduce your monthly food spend

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The weekly trip to the supermarket is definitely a shop that falls under the essential spending category, however, it’s probably the one essential outlay that’s most easily changed in amongst a series of fixed costs like rent and bills. more “Top tips to reduce your monthly food spend”

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Guest Post: 8 Style Tips To Create A Family Friendly Space In Your Home

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Have you ever looked around your home and despaired at the perceived lack of style? We’ve all dreamed about living in a Home and Garden spread sometimes, but for those of us with active families or young kids, it can seem impossible. Who can think about style with toys strewn everywhere, and stains on the rug?

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