You don't have to give up on tidying and having an organised, happy home just because you have children. Yes, you really can have both ! If you want to see the floor again and stop stubbing your toes on stray bits of lego, read on.Read More
These days there is an App for pretty much everything. Looking for a new boyfriend? There's an App (or fifty) to for that! Need to keep your toddler entertained? Get an App! Help, where's the nearest petrol station? APP!Read More
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If you've been following home and interior trends this year, you may have heard of a new book called The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning — it's not the kind of name you forget in a hurry, after all. Looking past the slightly morbid title, Margareta Magnusson offers a new way of looking at the art of tidying up: minimising clutter and simplifying your life so that you can live with much less worry.
Though it started as a way of putting your affairs in order for your relatives before death, the concept soon became a mindful method of decluttering your life. In this article, we will introduce you to some of the principles of Swedish Death Cleaning and show you how to get started.Read More
Want our advice? Don’t bother slogging around the January sales this year. You’ll only end up spending a fortune on stuff you don’t really need. Your time, and money, would be much better spent trying some fun new experiences. Use these times to creating memories, and catch up with the friends that you didn't see among the December madness.Read More