If you’re like most families, you have a few carpeted rooms in your home – usually the bedrooms and a living room. Carpet makes your home more comfortable, but it can also be a hassle some times. Here are some tips to keeping your carpet looking new.
Now that the holidays are behind us, you’ve probably noticed that you have a lot of new stuff. If you have kids, the problem is compounded. So, in addition to having all the usual holiday decorations and materials in your home, you also now have many new gifts.
If you haven’t made your New Year’s resolutions yet, there’s still time! Resolutions are a fun way to better ourselves and make our lives a little easier. Here are a few resolutions you could make this year to improve your home.
Everyone has experienced a time when they suddenly receive news of guests arriving in the next half hour, or a neighbor asking to stop by for a visit. Sometimes you just want to spend just 10 minutes cleaning up so the house can look tidy but not the entire afternoon.
Toxins are everywhere, even in our homes. The best way to prevent them from affecting your life is to arm yourself with information. Make sure to read the ingredients on every product you use. Here are some common toxins to look out for and avoid as best you can.
Germs are everywhere. We can’t entirely remove them from our lives but we can try our best to limit our exposure and keep ourselves from getting sick. Here are six places that germs hide out and how you can avoid catching them.
Many people associate allergens with the outdoors. The change of the seasons can bring on a hay-fever quickly, but there are also indoor allergens to be concerned about. Let's talk about the most harmful indoor allergens and offer ways to remove or minimize them.
Does it seem like your home is in a constant state of distress? Having children, and their subsequent messes, can make a home feel muddled and disorderly. But, there is hope! With a few thought-out strategies and a little time you can reclaim your home.
Our pets are a part of our families. We want to make sure they’re taken care of just like all the other members our family. For the same reason you insist on using natural, safe detergents and cleaners for your spouse and children, you’ll want to do the same for your pets.