The laundry is an easy part of your home routine to green-up. Using our tried and tested eco-friendly laundry tips you can cut down on your chemical use, be gentler on your skin, save a bit of water, and slash your energy bill. Knowing you’re doing your bit makes laundry day that little bit more satisfying!
An organised fridge is much easier to keep clean, and also much easier to find things in. Being able to find what you’re looking for means writing shopping lists is simple, and less food goes to waste because it was hiding out in a deep, dark corner. Continue reading “Tips for an Organised Fridge”
Fido and Fluffikins bring so much joy into your life, we know you want to go the extra mile to make their lives the best they can be. We’ve collected a bunch of helpful hacks for caring for the furriest members of your family.
Specialised car cleaning products are expensive, and full of chemicals that end up being washed down the drain and into our waterways. Fortunately, they’re also totally unnecessary when there are so many great eco-friendly ways to make your car look like it’s just been professionally detailed! Continue reading “Eco-Friendly Car Cleaning Hacks”
Sure, you can have a lot of stuff as well as a tidy home… but we can guarantee it’ll take you much more time to keep it looking that way. The minimalist lifestyle reduces visual stress by keeping the clutter out of your life, making your home a calming environment. It also makes cleaning so much simpler as you have less things to clean in the first place, and you don’t have to move many items to clean furniture. Are you sold on minimalism yet? Here’s how to get started:
Sometimes it feels like harmful chemicals are being forced into our everyday lives and we are powerless to stop them. But when it comes to cleaning, there are very simple natural alternatives to every product, which usually work just as well as the harsh store-bought version. One ingredient that’s usually right near the top of DIY green cleaning recipes is baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate. You probably already have some in your pantry. Continue reading “Natural Cleaning 101 – Baking Soda”
Ah…30. That magical number of “adulthood.” Although you’ve legally been an adult for 12 years now, there are assumed responsibilities that come with turning 30 and one of these is having a home that reflects a more responsible, adult lifestyle. Some of my friends are scared of “adulting” and try to put it off for as long as possible, but there are benefits to having a home equipped with items that not only make everyday maintenance easier but prepare you for the unexpected. Continue reading “Things to have in your home by 30”