Here’s a chemical free way to clear out your drains and leave them smelling fresh.
This exercise can be a real eye-opener if it feels like you’re in a rut and you don’t know how to get out.
Organising the laundry, one cup hook at a time. It makes the work flow so much easier when the second most important ‘work-horse room’ in the house gets a declutter and streamline.
One of the most important aspects of decluttering is not bringing more clutter into your home. These are three questions to ask yourself next time you’re tempted to buy on impulse and potentially add to the clutter in your home.
These tip comes from Julie, a Frugal and Thriving reader from the US. “At our medical doctor’s office, I noticed they spray and clean counters, handles etc using 1/2 water and 1/2 rubbing alcohol. This also works for mirrors and windows very well.” Other uses for rubbing alcohol include cleaning CDs and DVDs, mozzie bites, […]
This is a tip I picked up when I was working for a pluming company. If bad smells are coming up through the floor drains in your bathroom or laundry, pour a bucket of plain water down the drain. The drain has a trap in it where water sits, preventing smells from coming up the […]
To help fresh cut herbs last longer in the fridge, wrap the bottom of the stems in a little damp paper towel or cloth and store in a sealed plastic bag in the crisper. I have found parsley to last weeks stored this way and less hardy herbs like basil and coriander to last about […]