5 Things To Look Out For When Renovating Your Home

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post. Image credit Let’s say that you’ve finally decided to renew your current home, and you are pretty excited. The scary part is that it truly is a daunting task. If you have an old house, the likelihood of numerous remedial works is pretty high. At this point, you should be particularly concerned and be on the lookout for the sake of your health and pocket. Here are five key elements that you should pay attention to when renovating your home. Check for rot and damp Excess moisture within the internal structure of your building,…

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5 Ways To Turn Your Home Into A Healthier Space

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post. Image Credit Home is where the heart is, and so it definitely should be where you find peace and serenity. It is even more important now as the world’s population is spending more time at home because of the pandemic. Keep your interest at peaked levels right to the bottom of the page as you learn how to make your home a healthier place. Make ventilation a priority The best way to get proper ventilation in your home or living space is by opening windows and pulling back your curtains. Apart from the natural…

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Help, The British Kitchen Is Too Small!

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post. Britain’s houses have a reputation for being among the smallest in Europe. According to data experts at LABC Warranty, the average size of the British kitchen is under 15m2. If your house was built in the 1960s, you might be enjoying a “huge” space, with an average size of 15.37m2. It is the biggest the average kitchen has been in houses built between the 1930s and today. The 1930s, the decade of the smallest kitchen, shows an average size of 12.27m2, which is approximately 1.2m2 smaller than modern kitchens.  What does this mean? To…

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How You Can Turn Your Home Into A More Positive Environment For Everyone

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post. Photo Credit The way we see things makes a huge difference to our overall happiness. At the end of the day, most things in life are subjective – some people see certain aspects as bad, and some people see them as good. If you see the positives in most things, then you’re most likely going to be a lot more content throughout your life. If you’re constantly pessimistic about life, then you’re going to go through it always thinking things aren’t good enough or something will go wrong – and that’s not good at…

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How To Get Healthy As A Family

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post. Photo by Simon Rae on Unsplash If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s to be thankful for our health.  Three months of lockdown has been tough for many families. If social media is to be believed, millions of families spent their days exercising with Joe Wicks, going on long walks, and cooking healthy meals.   For many people though, lockdown wasn’t as picture-perfect. Many families struggled to homeschool their children, or look after babies and toddlers while also trying to do their jobs from home too.  It’s not surprising that a few bad habits crept…

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