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.
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.
After what seems like an endless pregnancy, those early years of parenthood are bewildering for new Mums. Aside from the inevitable pandemonium of raising an infant, many women are left wondering what has happened to their body in the wake of pregnancy. Indeed, for many of us the prospect of returning to our pre-pregnancy weight and appearance is an unattainable pipe dream. The battle against your baby weight, however, is one that you can and will win! Unfortunately, it will be won neither by a quick fix nor a conveniently packaged solution.
Many home owners accidentally waste money on their homes year after year. However, there are many ways you can be savvy and cut back on your expenditure, which will boost your bank balance. Read the six money saving tips for your home.
I love photography, but there isn’t always an occasion where I have the right photo to resemble the moral of my story. So, I turn to stock photography. It’s a quick “search and download” process. I have always been able to find the right photo. It’s quite fun being nosey through someone else’s photos too.
Indoor gardening doesn’t just provide oxygen, pleasant-smelling air, and a source of nutritious vegetables. It’s also a great hobby and an instant decor boost for your home’s interior. Many first-time indoor gardeners worry that their lack of experience will prevent them from planting and enjoying their own houseplants – but fortunately for all of us, it’s easy to get started. Here are fifteen easy tips that will help you to get your indoor garden planned, planted and looking great.
Let’s face it; no parent is as bothered about their fashion choices as they were pre-parenthood. Nonetheless, there’s no doubt that looking great still makes us feel great. That should be more than enough incentive for any mom to freshen up her look this summer. Still, those decisions are only worthwhile if they retain a sense of practicality.
Thick, healthy hair is often a sign of excellent health and youth; while hair loss can often be an unwanted sign of aging, and can damage a person’s self-esteem. Many people will undoubtedly want to maintain a good head of hair for as long as possible, but sometimes this can feel like an uphill challenge. To help you maintain your locks, we’re offering 4 effective ways to prevent hair loss. Improve Your Diet 9 out of 10 balding men have cited baldness as their number one concern. One of the simplest ways to hold onto your hair could be by changing your diet. Reduce your consumption of fried and processed foods, as they can reduce a build-up of plaque around your hair follicles. You should also add more fruits and vegetables into your diet. Various vitamins and minerals have also been linked to hair health, such as iron, zinc, omega three fatty acids and selenium. Nourish Your Hair Don’t underestimate the importance of hair care when it comes to hair loss, as it nourishes your locks and protects your scalp. You might not realize that your body naturally secretes oil, known as sebum, from your skin onto your head. Unfortunately, […]
When it comes to cleaning jobs around the house, one of the most time-consuming and often frustrating jobs is cleaning the grout between tiles. Dirt and grime always seem to build up fast, making it feel like a never-ending cleaning cycle. I hate it! Dirty grout not only looks unpleasant to the eye, but it ages the tile, and can even lead to mould if not dealt with properly. So, what is the secret to getting your grout looking as good as new? Is it all about the elbow-grease, or are there products that prove to be incredibly effective when it comes to cleaning? Well, I’ve uncovered the secrets to cleaning grout and I’m ready to share them.
We recently went away with a family who had an older child, not quite teens but it made me think about what can do over the coming years to stop the dependency on devices. At 6, Noah is very much a tablet or Xbox child, but thankfully he is just as happy to go out for a bike ride or swimming. As much as teens love spending time online, it’s wise to remember that too much of a good thing isn’t always good. Social media has made it easier to find lost friends and relatives, but the constant sharing of personal information and the ability to get it on demand have led to other problems like cyberbullying, anxiety and depression. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent your kids from getting too dependent on this phenomenon. Here are some alternate activities you can get your teens involved in.