This is the 21st century, and gardening is no longer a practice that is limited by space. If you are a lover of nature, then don't let the spring seasons just get by without making an attempt at gardening. You don't have to have a massive yard to enjoy the therapeutic effects of a garden. Even with your balcony and a small patio, you can do a lot. It's about time you get out of that bubble.
When you invest in any large piece of equipment, such as a lawn mower, it is important to take the best care of it in order for its working life to extend as far into the future as possible. By following a few simple tips, your lawn mower could last years longer than if it was neglected, saving you unnecessary trips to the garden centre, and money too. Take these four tips on board and you'll notice a marked difference in the longevity of your machine.
Spending time in kitchens is perhaps the most natural thing in the world –– you use it for cooking, for meal preparation, for relaxing and even for entertaining. And if you're working from home, it's likely that kitchens double up as a workplace too. Including a workstation into your kitchen renovations empowers you with an opportunity to multi-task, so you can get several things done at the same time. You'll want your new workstation to combine form and function, so follow these tips to design a customised workstation that suits you.
Air conditioning can help to make your home and baby's nursery more comfortable, but it can also create discomfort in certain cases. To conserve energy and stay healthy, babies need to be not too hot but not too cold. This can be challenging, but to help ensure your baby is cool, comfortable and safe, check out these tips:
1. Monitor the temps in your baby's room
If you have central air conditioning, the thermostat is typically located in a central area such as in your lounge.
Thanks to an increase in community care workers, more disabled people are now able to continue living independently in their own homes. And an individual's changing needs don't necessarily mean they have to move house.
Here's a guide on how to transform a standard kitchen into a fully-functional room that's totally accessible for a wheelchair user.
Kitchen worktops and counters will need to be lowered in order to to allow a wheelchair-user to work comfortably.