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Easy Ways to Make Your Home More Energy-Efficient

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This is a collaborative post. We are fortunate to live in an era in a time when we have so much technology and we have access to it right at our fingertips. We have smart technology and an increase in apps, making life simpler wherever we go. But with all of the innovation that have access to, it can be …

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Things You Must Do Before Renovating Your Home

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This is a collaborative post. Many people are keen to get stuck into home renovations, but it’s important to make necessary preparations first so that your renovation is a success. Here are just several steps to take before remodelling your home. Settle on your budget Planning renovations without a budget can be dangerous as you’re likely to splash out on …

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Which Stair Type Is The Best For Your Home?

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This is a collaborative post. There are various different types of stairs to fit into your home, each with its own benefits and drawbacks. Choosing a staircase design depends on a lot of factors like your budget, the already mentioned space, building regulations, on the occupants – just to mention a few. In this blog post I try to talk …

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How to Prevent Cracks & Leaks in Your Home

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This is a collaborative post. You may have noticed a small crack in one of your walls and shrugged it off as a minor inconvenience. However, if you have a crack or a leak that is ignored and brushed under the carpet, you could end up with damp, mould and potentially some serious structural damage. With that in mind, it’s …

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The Importance of Washing Machines and How to Care for Them

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This is a collaborative post. To say that washing machines have simplified and eased a major part of daily living is putting it lightly. The advent of this vital appliance has made the rigorous and time- consuming physical task of washing clothes by hand easier and more efficient. There is hardly any modern-day home the world over that doesn’t have …

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10 Top Tips To Sell Your Home

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This is a collaborative post. Selling your home can seem much easier said than done. Believe it or not, small changes you can make to your property can have a huge impact on the time in which it takes to sell your house, and of course, how much you are able to sell it for. A lot of homeowners make …

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A Guide To Growing Your Own Veg! (One Of The Most Eco Friendly Things You Can Do!)

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This is a collaborative post. If you want to live an eco-friendly life, there are many tactics you can use. However, without a doubt, one of the most effective is to take the time and grow your own veg. Luckily, this s a topic you can find out all about in my post below.  Why grow your own veg? Apart …

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Were you born in a barn? – Little home tips to save energy (and money too!)

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“Where you born in a barn?” it could be argued is one of the most “bite your tongue” questions we all get asked growing up. Leave that kitchen door slightly ajar as you run in to get a KitKat or Jammie Dodger and you would get berated by an elder for the mere notion of having let a slither of …

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Why Upgrading Your Mattress Is Important

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If you’ve had your mattress for a long time now, perhaps you may be debating whether or not you need a new one. While the majority opinion suggests that yes, a new mattress is a great benefit, you may also argue that it’s going to be quite costly. But, remember: it’s in the room you’re going to spend much of …

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Chic Sustainable and Recycled Furniture From J. N. Rusticus

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This is a sponsored post. I’m a firm believer of circular economy, as you might already know this. This system aimed at minimising waste and making the most of resources. This regenerative approach of producing long-lasting design, as well as maintenance, repair, reuse, refurbish, and recycle instead of the a “take, make, dispose” model of production.  I am a big …