Starting today is the Big Energy Saving Week and it runs up until the 26th of January 2020. The week is all about saving money on your fuel and energy bills, so it seemed like the perfect opportunity to share with you some of the products we have available that can help you save pounds and pence of your monthly utility bills. Read more
We all have jobs around the house that we put off as they are time-consuming or require too much effort, however as it’s the New Year, it might just be the time to do those appliance jobs you hate. You can also start the year as you mean to go on, with gleaming appliances!
During the cold and blustery autumn and winter months, drying clothes outside becomes much more difficult. If you have a tumble dryer, clothes drying is less of a hassle, with the exception that most of your clothes can actually go in the dryer. However if you don’t own a tumble dryer, drying clothes indoors on racks and radiators is your only option. Take a look at our tips for drying clothes indoors.
You’ve probably seen the headlines about the huge amount of plastic waste (approximately ten million tonnes) that ends up in our oceans each year. This single-use plastic is harmful to marine life and has a devastating impact on the environment. Take a look at some of the steps we can take to reduce our personal plastic footprint.
In order to get the best out of our appliances and to keep them in good working order, making sure they are maintained is a must. Maintaining them doesn’t have to be a chore and you could save yourself time and money in the long run. After all, appliances need some TLC too, so try not to make it a habit of leaving them in a poor condition.
Coffee for some people is an essential part of their morning routine. It helps to wake you up and get you through your day. However, there are so many other uses for coffee, in particular, coffee grounds. We have 10 alternative uses for the grounds right here. Read more
With the dark nights and cold weather in the autumn and winter months, staying healthy (or trying to be) can become a chore. We can also feel more lethargic in these months so it’s important to keep our energy levels up to help ward off cold and flu viruses. Find out some of the ways you can plough through these months and get a warm winter glow!
As the clocks have gone back and the nights start to get darker earlier, protecting your home is even more important. There are steps you can take to safeguard your home and make it less of a target. Learn more in our top tips.
If you’re a fan of a certain baking show, these hacks can help you in the process of creating some showstoppers! As half-term is also around the corner, you can whip up some treats with your family and show what a baking pro you are.
As the weather starts to become colder and more autumnal, it’s important to prep and tidy your garden. No matter how big or small your garden is, taking steps to prepare it for winter will ultimately help it look its best when spring comes around! Learn more about maintaining your garden for the coming months.