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Home Organisation Tips For Busy Parents

When we started having kids, I realised it was much more difficult to keep our home organised with young children running around than it was when there were only two adults in the house. Our normal routines just didn't work well anymore, and the clutter and chaos seemed to be increasing by the day. We had to change how we organised our home by streamlining our belongings, altering our daily routine and developing new habits. In time we learned some quick and efficient ways to keep the key areas in our home clutter-free. I started this blog to share our experiences of transforming our home and pass on our tips for organising your home when you have young children to look after.

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Answering Some Questions About Home Safety and Security Doors
29 August 2018

Security doors are a good choice for any home, and

Living On The Edge: Choosing The Best Edging Materials For Your Garden Flowerbeds
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4 False Myths about Waterbeds
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Answering Some Questions About Home Safety and Security Doors

Security doors are a good choice for any home, and especially for families who don't want a complicated or cumbersome alarm system, security lights outside the home, cameras and so on. Security doors are different than standard doors, as security doors are designed to be harder to kick in or pry open, and might have several locks or deadbolts already installed. If you're wondering if security doors are a good choice for your home and family, note a few questions you might have about this option and about how to keep your house secure. Read More 

Living On The Edge: Choosing The Best Edging Materials For Your Garden Flowerbeds

Installing a solid barrier that demarcates the border between your flowerbeds and other parts of your garden, is never a bad idea. Not only does the edging make the garden more orderly and more beautiful, but it also prevents grass and weeds from spreading from your lawn into your flowerbeds and swamping your beautiful, delicate flowers in an untidy mass of green. However, edging comes in many different forms and can be made from many different materials, some of which are more suitable for flowerbed edging than others. Read More 

4 False Myths about Waterbeds

You may have been wanting to purchase a waterbed for the longest time but the confusing information all over the internet might have given you the wrong impression of waterbeds and their numerous benefits. Here are 4 common myths surrounding waterbed mattresses and explanations aiming to set the facts right. Waterbeds can burst open anytime Waterbed mattresses have been ideally manufactured to withstand a lot of pressure. As opposed to air, water has fluidity which means that when pressure is exerted, it can be transmitted throughout the whole mattress therefore reducing the force of tension created. Read More 

Two Ways Buying in Bulk Can Save You Money on Your Next Garden Project

Whether you are a private buyer or looking to design a garden for a business there are ways everyone can save money on setting up your garden by buying in bulk. Buying in bulk has traditionally been thought of for more perishable products like food items or toothpaste but there are many things you can buy in bulk that can serve you for a long time to come. As many Australians consider working on their garden an almost national past time this article could save you and your family lots of money. Read More 

How to Make Sure That You Choose the Right Curtain Types for Your New Home

When you're just moving into a new home, you are entirely focused on choosing the right furniture, fixtures and fittings. There is such a long list to go through, and you've got to adopt a different mindset based on which particular room you're working on. For example, when it comes to choosing curtains and window treatments, you've not only got to think about the exact size requirements, but also what type of fabric you're going to use based on how much sunlight you need to let into that room and so many other factors. Read More