Although you’re taking a vacation, your home will still be working while you’re gone. Here are a few steps to take to minimize your house’s energy consumption and to mitigate the risk of potential damages while your home is unattended.Continue reading “Energy-Efficient Home Hacks for Vacation [Visual]”
Creating a garden is a great opportunity to spend some time outside while crafting a whimsical outdoor space to enjoy. However, it can feel like a lot of work to get your decor just how you’d like it.
Re-using materials that you can find around the house is more sustainable than buying your decorations new and will give your garden its own unique style.
Next time your garden needs a decor refresh, check out what materials you have and try one of these decor ideas for your dream garden.Continue reading “Upcycled Garden Decor & DIY Landscaping Hacks [Visuals]”
Do you have leftovers or scraps from your curtains? Or you don’t use them anymore but the fabric or design is too pretty to waste it away? There are plenty of ideas to repurpose all kinds of curtains, check them out below and get inspired! 💚
With symptoms like itchy, watery eyes, sniffing and sneezing, coughing and even asthma, allergies can leave everyone feeling miserable. That’s why it’s important to keep your home allergy-free and clean, especially if your symptoms are more severe.
Use this guide to allergy-proof your home or apartment.
Did you know that washing your clothes with a washing machine impacts the environment? For example, if you use hot water, your washer not only consumes water, it also requires electricity to heat the water to the right temperature. Over time, this increases your environmental footprint. To get an idea of how this looks over a long period of time, the average American household uses over 13,000 gallons of water a year washing clothes alone!
That’s bad for the environment and for your budget. Fortunately, there are some great eco-friendly stain remover alternatives out there that you can apply in the home. What’s more, many of these hacks only require the products and ingredients you have sitting in your pantry already.