How to repair broken beauty products

July 18th, 2014
Alec Rogers

Fixing broken beauty productsDo you have any broken beauty and cosmetic products? If yes, don’t throw them right away. You’d better try a few tricks for repairing them:

  • How to deal with stuffy vial with cosmetics – most often, the problem occurs when using a foam hair or vial with sticky and dense content (such as a lotion pump). To open the nozzle, which is poured or sprayed foam or lotion, hold it under warm running water for about a minute. Then wipe with a napkin and see what will happen. Read the rest of this entry »

Enjoy the upcoming health tourism show!

July 8th, 2014
Jamie Morton

Health Tourism ShowHealth is everything. It is the value we wish on birthdays and it is always on our focus, when we look for suitable fool, nice house location and decent working occupation! If you agree with all of these, you should become the honourable member of this annual Health Tourism Show! It is once again coming to the English capital of London and it will embrace all the aspects from the eco-friendly and disease-free lifestyle. Read the rest of this entry »

A shoes–off household? Why not?

July 4th, 2014
Tony Samic

Taking shoes off at homeHow do you feel when someone asks you to take off your shoes when entering his home? Most of the people get a little bit confused, thinking that the host is just kidding but actually this is common thing in many countries and cultures. In 15th century in Holland a person was not allowed to enter somebody’s home without taking off his shoes.

But this article will not put emphasis on cultural differences and old traditions, but on the health benefits of shoes-off household. Read the rest of this entry »

Stunning and creative recycled home decors

June 26th, 2014
Susan Williams

Recycled home decorsRemember how a friend of yours, who is always looking modern and beautiful, has said to you that every old, forgotten dress serves like a new one from a boutique collection? We can say almost the same thing about everything else. Why? Because, actually, everything old might become new by using it one more time! Recycling and repurposing is a super way to furnish and decorate your house, too.

See some stunning and creative recycled home decors and get inspired for using your old things, too:

  • Once and for all, deal with your ugly and damaged wood floor. If you cannot restore it, simply remove and replace it with some solid and cheap linoleum and get a free design coffee table. Make it from the leftover wooden panels and stick them with painted pipes! Read the rest of this entry »

Renters are the real victims – do you agree?

June 20th, 2014

Renters-the real victimsThe renting subject has been quite common and popular these days since the mortgage crisis hit the entire market. Well, the real hit was actually on the normal people. What is more important, though, is who suffers more – the renter or the landlord. Of course, the legends about the lazy, dirty and messy tenants are numerous, but who are the real victims? We definitely think a renter may cause fewer problems – and they will be not so serious – than the landlords. Read the rest of this entry »

10 clever tips for tidy home

June 13th, 2014
Tony Samic

Tidy home The clean and tidy house looks more comfortable and spacious, doesn’t it? In addition, this way you know the location of each item of yours. We have prepared 10 clever tips for always neat home, check them out:

  • Collect all warranty cards and instructions for use of all your electrical appliances. Arrange them in separate pockets in binders made. So whenever you want to check when the appliance’s warranty expires or anything about its features, you will find the necessary information quickly and easily. Read the rest of this entry »

How to replace a tap washer

June 5th, 2014
Alec Rogers

Tap washer replacementA leaking tap is usually a sign that the washer definitely needs renewing. If your tap turns on and turns off with only a quarter turn, it needs a new cartridge, not a washer. You will have to take the current one to the plumber, so he will replace it.

Changing a tap washer may be a DIY job, which is quick and not so complicated, but you still need particular tools and materials for that purpose. Here they are: Read the rest of this entry »

What are the ”hidden messages” of children’s drawings?

May 30th, 2014
Susan Williams

The hidden messages of children`s drawingsChildren’s drawings are a way of expression and communication. They are reflections of the inner world of the child and contain valuable information about her/his feelings, thoughts, imagination, dreams.

When a child doesn’t want to talk and share, motivate her/him to paint and you will understand what the problem is.

Here’s what paintings could mean and how to decrypt them: Read the rest of this entry »

What to do when you cannot clean the furniture?

May 22nd, 2014
Jamie Morton

Reusing old furnitureFurniture is the key element in any home. Even the most minimalistic interior design has at least one piece of furniture and actually, it is the accent in the room. Though, no matter how hard we keep maintaining them in the most appropriate way, sometimes we fail.

Whether it is ignorance, or a mistake, washing them may end up with a failure or even accidental damage. The pain is huge, because changing the furniture seems like an entire renovation plan. Though, you should not take it too close to your heart.

Wondering what to do when you cannot clean the furniture? Get these ideas for some inspiration and act! Read the rest of this entry »

Unconventional circumstances requiring super efficient carpet cleaning

May 16th, 2014
Tony Samic

Circumstances requiring carpet cleaningEvery housekeeper is aware of the fact that carpet cleaning on regular basis is mandatory. Carpet fibres are favourite shelter of different dust mites and bacteria. Most housekeepers limit their carpet cares to hoovering. Actually, vacuuming the rugs removes only the solid dirt particles. There are better sanitising techniques, which are provided by experts in carpet disinfecting. Read the rest of this entry »