Your family home is a place of love and light. Not only will it allow for a beautiful childhood, but it will inform the memories your children craft during this time. They’ll cherish this for the rest of their life, so it could be considered quite important to get this right. Obviously, trying to forcefully inject memories can be unnatural and quite strange, so instead simply keeping your home as wonderful and beautiful as possible can help them understand they are loved, and allow for better personal development as they grow into adults.
Some simple tips to improve things around your home: obvious things too! I walk around the house all of the time thinking about what I can do to improve it. But I rarely think about the health implications of décor or issues with having certain decorations around the house. Here are some useful tips on how to improve things around your home and why:
A well-rested parent is a caregiver who’s “up for anything” – this is a lesson I’ve learned after becoming a Mummy. When I sleep well, I have so much energy to face whatever challenges the next day may bring. Rest is essential mainly when your children are very active, and you need to keep up with them. Husband too! If you’re sleep deprived, you simply won’t be up to the task. Maybe it’s time to upgrade your mattress.
British Gas® know that lots of people waste energy throughout their homes and they have no idea. I certainly didn’t until I became aware of the great ways to save energy. It’s all about habits! Changing the ritual for leaving the house. Creating a new routine that includes good energy habits.
If you’re a mum, at some stage you probably began to get the hang of planning ahead, time-management and preparing for rainy days. Trying to stay ahead of things and make sure that you have all of the essentials you need for your household and your kids can often result in you having more than you need. This could mean that you’ve got one too many baby bags for a ‘rainy day’, or an excessive number of unworn clothing items that are collecting dust. Whatever the case may be, unused items can turn into a nuisance with time as they become redundant and take up unnecessary space. That’s why this article will list four forms of clutter that you’re more than likely to have if you’re a mum.
If you are a savvy shopper, aside from considering the cost of an appliance solely, you’ll also keep in mind the additional costs of keeping your appliances in the best condition, such as maintenance time. Therefore, you’ll understand, the better maintenance you apply to your appliances the longer they’ll last and the more you’ll get out of your purchase.
If you are looking to move to London from outside of the metropolitan bubble, the main question that you will be considering is if it is better to rent or buy your first property. Depending on whether you are moving purely for work or planning to move to the capital on a more long-term basis.
I was very lucky to receive this unique and very stylish mirror from Moroccan Bazaar. It is a beautiful item and a very stylish way to see our reflections throughout 2018. I love Moroccan Bazaar, they sell some beautiful things from kitchenware to furniture. You may remember we ran a fabulous competition with them last year too.
We are in the process of looking for our first family home, to buy and it is really hard work. They are either too small, wrong layout, bedrooms all on different floors or the garden is tiny. I feel like we are being incredibly fussy, but I want to get this right. We do not have the cash to move after we have got our mortgage. Who does? It’s made me think about things for when we do move, that will make it less stressful like: removals, storage, decorating, cleaning and getting family to help us out. We have moved house 4 times in the past 10 years, so you would think I am a pro at this moving malarkey.
Renovating a house with a budget isn’t an easy task. Especially if you want to change a large factor such as the floor, which can really eat into your funds and as a result can mean not having enough to spend on other things you might have liked to change. On top of this ideally you don’t just want something that looks great, but something that’s going to last too, especially if you’re shelling a lot out on it. In this post we aim to bring you floors that are not only durable and aesthetically pleasing, but that are also kind on your wallet.