With all the cooking and festive feasting, it’s safe to say that your kitchen is the focal point of your home during Christmas. That’s why it’s a good idea to make sure your kitchen is clean and tidy beforehand, ensuring things will run smoothly for the season to come. From space-saving advice to organisational tips, read on to learn how you can get your kitchen well and truly prepared!
We’ve all heard of spring cleaning, but it has been suggested by health experts that such a deep clean should be carried out twice a year – with the second time being autumn.
There’s no denying that having a dishwasher makes housework that little bit easier! But did you know that washing dishes isn’t the only thing this miracle appliance can help you with?
During the coming months, extra care is required to keep floors in the home clean from the elements! Leaves, dirt and moisture are the common unwanted bits of muck that are brought in from the outside and during more wintry weather, grit, snow and slush can also wreak havoc on floors. Here are some tips to keep your floors protected.
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.
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 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.
As autumn will officially start soon, it’s finally time to say bye to summer. It’s also time to think about getting your home prepared for the coming months. Learn more about which tasks you can get ahead on, after all it’s better to be prepared than not!
The abundance of fallen leaves and their familiar red and yellow hues can only mean one thing, autumn is coming! With the excitement of summer gone and the looming change to stormy wet weather, get your home autumn ready with our top tips.
It’s fun to see what wildlife enters your garden and it is something kids also will love to see. We have created some hints and tips to help attract wildlife to your gardens this autumn.Read more