Do you collect every jam jar you go through, but you’re not sure why? We did too. But now we’ve found so many ways to put them to good use that we can’t get enough jars!
Many of us are trying to live a more environmentally conscious lifestyle by using less chemicals, plastic products, wasting less and reducing our carbon footprint. Water is Earth’s most precious resource and conserving it is a key part of living a green lifestyle, especially in a drought-prone country like Australia. Thankfully, small steps can have a big impact on your overall water consumption.
If you’re anything like us you’re a fairly tech-obsessed bunch, and with every new gadget comes new cords and cables. This can mean our desks, bedside tables and entertainment areas turn into a jumble of electrical spaghetti – not so pretty. We’ve found some solutions!
Whether you work from home or an office, for yourself of someone else, are a student or a stay-at-home parent, you’re probably a busy person. We all are. These mobile apps will help you stay productive and get organised.
Linen cupboards can be a bit of a pain to keep tidy – we’re blaming you, fitted sheets! With these tips and tricks to make things easier you’ll have no excuse for messy manchester.
Beach season – finally! We’re looking forward to refreshing dips in the ocean, lazily flipping through magazines and fish and chips for dinner. We’re not looking forward to sandy floors 24/7. Fortunately this is avoidable.
There’s nothing worse than getting an avo home only to discover it’s already brown and mushy inside. Or biting into a rock hard peach. We’ve gathered all the tricks you need to pick perfectly ripe fruit every time and waste less.
Our usual approach is to donate clothes that we’ve grown out of or no longer wear. But if pieces are not in great condition or have sentimental value you might be better off giving them new life. Here are some ways you can make new things out of old clothes.
Time spent cleaning is time not doing the things you love. Boo to that! But have you ever considered just how much time the average person spends cleaning? We’ve looked into how much time is wasted on the boring stuff, and how to get the housework done way quicker.
We’re trying to reduce, reuse, and recycle our way to a smaller eco footprint, so we’re always on the lookout for ideas to give old things a new purpose. Here are some great new ways to use old things and prevent a little bit more stuff from ending up in a landfill.