Monday, 19 February 2018

Home Safety Checks That You Need to Carry Out



Our homes are our pride and joy. They are the space where we raise our families, spend our free time, and keep all of our belongings. So we want to ensure that they’re in good nick at all times. Believe it or not, the standard family home can become a pretty dangerous environment if you don’t maintain it properly. So, in order to prioritise your family’s well being and protect your property and belongings, you need to be on top form. Here are a few home safety checks that you need to regularly carry out to ensure that everything is working properly and your home is safe and sound!

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

The Life Tips You Need To Keep Your Kids Healthy

How many people do you know that suffer from health problems as they hit their 30’s, 40’s or above? Perhaps you’re one of those people, or you have family members like this. Either way, it’s common for loads of people to end up with health issues later in life, largely because of the way they lived their life as a child. Bad habits catch up with you!


I mention this because I think it’s so important to instil good habits in our kids while they’re young. If they live a healthy life as children, then it limits the chances of them getting various health problems as an adult. Things like high blood pressure, heart disease, high cholesterol, obesity, etc. can all be caused due to a childhood full of bad health habits.


Therefore, I’ve come up with a few simple tips that you can use to keep your kids as healthy as possible, in all areas of their life. Give them a read, and start applying them to your household so everyone can stay healthy and happy forever!



Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Tidy Tips For Home Organisation



It’s not always easy to consider exactly how to upgrade your home. Maybe that new smart home fixture would do the job, or knocking a wall through. It might be that switching up bedrooms, installing new windows, and changing the entire colour scheme could help. It might be that purchasing new sofas, new tables, new ovens and refrigerators might solve the issues you’ve believe yourself to be facing.


Alternatively, it could just be that your home needs tidying. Everyone has different perceptions around what constitutes ‘tidy,’ but these opinions mean little compared to what is tidy in reality. A tidy home is clean, hygienic, and polished. It means everything has a place and there is a place for everything. Ideally, it means that similar items are situated in similar areas, and that there’s a decent cohesive philosophy behind where you store things.


The following tips can also give you a great and easy time keeping on top of your home organization and tidiness:

Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Let There Be Light!

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There are a lot of things that can make a significant difference to the way that your home looks and feels. Everything from the way that rooms are arranged to keeping the place tidy on a regular basis can hugely impact that kind of environment that you create. However, there's one thing that can often make more of a difference than anything else and yet often ends up getting ignored by many people. That thing is light. If you're not bringing enough light into your home, then it's always going to feel smaller and more cramped than it otherwise would. With that in mind, here are some simple things that you can do to make sure that your home is as well lit as possible.

Tuesday, 6 February 2018

3 Useful Online Resources When Decorating

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When you are decorating your home, getting inspiration and ideas is one of the most important elements. You want to make things as nice and as perfect as possible, but doing that in a vacuum is difficult. With that in mind, here are three helpful online resources when decorating your home.

Friday, 15 December 2017

3 Questions To Ask Before Taking In An Elderly Relative

When your parents start to get older, the tables are turned and now it’s your town to look after them. You should let them live independently for as long as possible but there comes a time when there is no way around it and living alone becomes dangerous for them. When you get to this point, you’ve got a big decision to make; should you take them into your home or not? Some people think that it’s best because they don’t like the idea of a care home but it’s not always the most practical thing to do. It’s one of the hardest decisions you’ll ever have to make, but hopefully, this will make it a little easier.


Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Time For A Change? What Areas Will Have The Most Impact On Your Lifestyle

December is upon us and we can all start to think about some of the changes we would like to make in our lives moving forward. Perhaps this year has been tough, or maybe it was good to you, however you see it, it is always good to go into the new year with some sort of focus about what you want to achieve. This could be work related, to do with the family, or as basic as knowing when you are next taking a break. However you see it, we all like the idea making some changes. It got me thinking about changing your life, can it be done by making changes to your circumstances. I believe it can, and I wanted to share with you some of the ways you can make an impact on your lifestyle in 2018.



Sunday, 10 December 2017

What To Pack In Your Hospital Bag

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I'm now over 38 weeks pregnant and just popping the last few items into my hospital bag. I swear I was far more organised with my first pregnancy. I guess I didn't also have the distraction of a toddler to look after last time. I'm not sure when the best time is to pack your bag. For some, packing it as early as 30 weeks is important, but others could pack it as late as 40 weeks and still have a couple of weeks before the baby comes. Do what feels right to you, but probably somewhere around 35 - 36 weeks is a good time for most.

There are so many recommendations online for what to include that it can be quite overwhelming knowing what to actually pack. There are some things that are absolute essentials, but you don't want to go overboard and take too much. I feel like I've packed far better this time around and I'm not taking quite so much with me.

However you want to make sure you have enough just in case you need to stay in after your baby is born. You can always have a second back packed that you either leave in the car or at home in case of a stay. That way you're not expecting your other half to go searching for the things you need.


Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Be Happy and Healthy Today, Tomorrow and Later in Life

You only get one body, so it makes sense to look after it as best you can. Most of the decisions you made will directly impact your health both now and later down the line- whether that’s in a positive or negative way. Making the right decisions now will not only allow you to maintain a healthy weight, feel fit and strong and avoid many illnesses but you’ll also be happier and healthier later into life. This is time that could be spent with loved ones, no one should be cutting this short if they can help it. Here are a few things to bear in mind.


Tuesday, 5 December 2017

6 Interesting Ways To Use Your Conservatory Space



To some people, a conservatory is an unused space which is just waiting to be utilised. From a home gym to your personal office, make use of the room with these six great ideas!


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Picture yourself on a warm Summer’s evening, lying back on a chaise lounge with the sun’s heat pressed against your back, drinking an ice-cold beverage in your luxurious retreat. Yes, this could be happening from your conservatory! Sometimes we just need a place to go to escape the real world. After a hard day at work, kick back and relax. Use shutters and blinds to control the amount of light pouring into your conservatory. For the winter, install a stove to warm up the space and create a cosy little den.

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