Most New Year’s resolutions are to do with our body (health), or our finances (job or business). But what about our home, where most of us have been spending more time every day due to the pandemic?(more…)
As we enter the fall season, it would be wise to do a deep clean of your home ahead of winter. You should also prepare your house for the impending holiday season.
A smaller space often means a smaller carbon footprint, but there are challenges to this unique lifestyle. You might also find yourself renting or living in a home where some of the rooms were space-deprived.
Summer’s end is the perfect time to do a decluttering run before the last two seasons of the year creep in. By now, the year’s accumulation probably has you waist-deep in unused items to get rid of.
Home design is a ticklish task when you’re on a budget. While you’re eager to make your house look and feel like you, sometimes it’s just not possible due to finances.
Are you fed up with seeing the same decor every single day while stuck at home during the quarantine? While the ability to earn during the pandemic takes priority, it’s just as important to keep your mental health intact.
For many of us, the lines between work and home have been blurred due to COVID-19. It’s not just about balance anymore. Those of us new to remote work now have to adjust to a completely different lifestyle.
As you self-isolate during the coronavirus pandemic, a Netflix binge can only go on for so long until your brains turn to mush and you need something else to occupy it.
It’s hard not to feel overwhelmed every time you step into that one room that’s filled with clutter. You know you should clean it out. But just the thought of the task sounds like an hours-long project.
Large or small, your bathroom is the place to be at least three times a day (most likely, more). So the more organized it is, the better for you to get in and out as quickly as possible — if you’re not lounging in the bath, that is.(more…)