What makes a home feel cozy and warm?
Is it the people living in it? Is it how a home is decorated or its age…or is it a combination of all…or some…of these things?
Whatever makes a home feel “like home” to you, you know it when you see it. You walk into a room and instantly you feel at ease, ready to relax and forget your cares for a while. Read More
You can get away with an untidy house…sure you’ll waste some time looking for those car keys. But a lack of organization in your home finances is a recipe for disaster.
Not only is it stressful, but it can also cost you more money in terms of late bills and overdraft fees…(a/k/a money needlessly wasted.) Read More
The major gift wrapping season will soon be upon us…which is good news if you love spending hours hunched over a table, working with dull scissors that tear instead of easily cut. Read More
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Americans waste one pound of food per day (225 to 290 pounds per year).
That’s a lot of food needlessly wasted because, in reality, you’re throwing your money in the garbage or compost bin.
Who wants to do that? Read More
According to an Ikea Life at Home report, an average American wastes 55 minutes per day looking for stuff somewhere in their home. This is often a result of our homes ever changing and constantly evolving with new updates, new furniture and the acquisition of new home looks and items. Our families grow which results in more items in the home. It is easy to see how we waste time finding things and risk frustration not being able to find the items we need when we need them. This also results in increased money being lost or spent. Read More