Unexpected guests and empty fridge – what to do

August 31st, 2015
Jamie Morton

Unexpected guests and empty fridgeImagine that you have just come back from a long holiday and your fridge is totally empty. Well, you have some leftovers. However, you hear the doorbell ring and at the next moment you face some unexpected visitors. Don’t panic, but apply our tips:

  • You can offer spicy croutons. Usually croutons are added to cream soup, but they are also quite pleasant to be munched alone. For this purpose, dried bread slices are cut into cubes and placed in a pan. You may scatter some spices on the top if desired – salt, pepper, savory. Put several pieces of butter and put them in the oven. They are baked very quickly and become crisp and pleasant. Read the rest of this entry »

Porcelain – the jewel in our home

August 25th, 2015
Alec Rogers

Porcelain vesselsVessels of exquisite porcelain are not just for serving food, but also have the value of a real family treasure. Nowadays the best quality products of porcelain can cost you a fortune. The high price of porcelain is not only due to its extraordinary beauty, but also to preserved for centuries traditions of its production, that ensures unchanged quality.

  • Despite its millennial glory, porcelain is not spared from the current trend of replacing quality items with their cheaper likenesses. In many homes the place of porcelain is occupied by more affordable faience. Although both are a form of ceramic material, the difference in quality is huge. Porcelain is lightweight and thin-walled. Despite its fragile appearance, it is much more robust. Read the rest of this entry »

Tips on renovating your basement

August 17th, 2015
Susan Williams

Basement renovation ideasAre you planning to renovate your basement or maybe turn it into and a beautiful extra room where you can hang out and relax? Basement renovation is not an easy task at all. You need to hire contractors unless you are a builder yourself. Unfortunately, most of the old house basements aren’t planned for potential remodeling into a living space. However, you should not see this as a setback to your plans. The answer hides in your ability to understand how to deal with the situation. Well, here are some useful tips for your basement renovations project. Read the rest of this entry »

Eat the fruit and plant the seed

August 11th, 2015
Tony Samic

Plant fruit seedsDo you like exotic fruits and plants and are you prone to experimentation? Then this article is just for you. Because it is especially exciting to plant the seeds of the fruit, which you have just eaten, out of curiosity or gratitude, and wait … what will come to light.

  • The most accessible are all sorts of citrus fruits – orange, lemon, mandarin, grapefruit, lime and so on. In the wild, these plants are propagated by animals that feed with their fruits. Read the rest of this entry »

How to make a small bedroom look bigger

August 4th, 2015

Making small bedroom looking biggerHaving a small bedroom doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be cramped all the time. Using the right technique will make your tiny bedroom at least to look bigger. Here is what you can do.

  • Add additional shelves on the wall. Built-in shelving is a relatively cheap idea. You can use them for additional storage area where you can put all the items that cramp the already tiny bedroom. Now, you don’t want shelving that is too deep because it will take a lot of space. Read the rest of this entry »

8 tips for healthy eyes

July 28th, 2015
Jamie Morton

Tips for healthy eyesEyes are the most delicate parts of our body. Sight is what today’s new technology harms at most. This means that we really need to take care of our eyes. If you want to learn the best tricks for perfect sight and beautiful eyes, then, you are on the right place. Check out these 8 tips for healthy eyes now: Read the rest of this entry »

Basic errors in cleaning your bathroom

July 16th, 2015
Alec Rogers

Bathroom cleaning errorsCleaning of the bathroom can be not only annoying, but sometimes you may do it wrong. Here are the basic cleaning errors, when it comes to sanitising that room:

  • You forget the vacuum cleaner – this appliance is not only used for carpets. It is good before the main cleansing of your tiles, to use the vacuum cleaner to remove the bigger particles of garbage. Read the rest of this entry »

Protect your kids from allergies

July 7th, 2015
Susan Williams

Protect your kids from allergiesWe all love our children and we instinctively want to protect them at any cost. But what are the allergies anyway and is there any efficient way to protect our children against them? Well, it depends on the type of allergy we are talking about. If your kid has a food allergy, you can tell them to avoid any type of food that contains the allergen. There are other types of allergies caused by dust and dirt particles. Read the rest of this entry »

Why to organize a party in the garden

July 2nd, 2015
Tony Samic

Garden PartyOrganizing a special event is not an easy task at all. You have to take so many things into consideration – the location, the food and beverage, the music and last but not least, the list of people you are going to invite.

Let’s talk about the location and think about a place that is suitable for all kinds of events from a family gathering to a stylish wedding.

Have you ever thought your garden could become a party venue where you can invite the people you love? Just think of the advantages of organizing a party in there. Read the rest of this entry »

Overcome laziness in the office

June 25th, 2015

How to avoid laziness at workDo you find it hard to concentrate on the tasks at work? You spend the biggest part of the day at your office and working in a stressful environment is not beneficial to your health. If you have thoughts about leaving your job, it means you have a lot of stress and you need to do something about it rather than ignoring the problem. All you need to do is to build habits that will help you get rid of the laziness for good. Here are some tips on how to overcome your constant feeling of lethargy: Read the rest of this entry »