Hello and welcome back for another post in my Home Improvement and DIY Series. The events of the last year have many of us thinking about being more prepared for emergencies in the year ahead. Stocking up on food (and toilet paper!) are good ideas but it may be necessary in the future to make our homes even more sustainable. My family has been considering installing solar panels as an alternative power source.
Cleaning, Organizing, and Life Hacks
All the paperwork signed, everything is packed…it’s moving day! The frantic actions of moving trigger thoughts of the Home Alone movie scene when the family wakes up late and pandemonium ensues! You may not be this disorganized, but even still, you never know when you’re going to be confronted with a challenging situation. Having moved several times, I have learned a thing or two about the importance of an organized moving day
Moving companies are a big help, but moving day can still be so overwhelming that you may find yourself standing around because you just don’t know where to begin. By planning ahead you can really cut down on the amount of chaos and wasted time and lower the possibility of accidents. Here are some easy ways to make your moving day a success! *This post contains affiliate links and/or sponsored content.
Hello friends! Today I am sharing just a quick post with tips for keeping your busy home clean and disinfected by tackling some of the most dreaded chores. Over the past couple of weeks I have been deep cleaning, purging and decluttering and staying on top of daily choires and I actually enjoy doing them! I have to say it has been a huge success and I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulder and really helped with my well-being. With the holidays coming, it’s a great time to get your home really clean before dragging out all of the decor. Some of the really dirty jobs like cleaning the oven, carpets and windows can be done now so you have more time to decorate and celebrate with friends and family in the weeks ahead. Here are some tips and links to some blog resources you may find helpful.*This post contains affiliate and/or sponsored links.
Have you ever thought about embracing a more sustainable lifestyle? What about leaving all the chaos of the modern world behind and living “off the grid?” Today more and more people are making the change to sustainable living. I have to admit that I am attracted to the idea of helping the planet and making our home and lifestyle more green and sustainable. Even though I love modern conveniences, I am concerned about the environment and the carbon footprint that my family is leaving. While most modern homeowners are not in a position to live entirely off the grid or to build fully sustainable homes, there are some changes everyone can make to their homes that will not only be more eco-friendly, but will also save money in the long run. Even adding an extension to your home that is more sustainable could be a great start. Here are two ways to make your home more sustainable. *This post contains affiliate and or sponsored links.