It is startling how many chemicals exist in our homes. Even if you don’t feel the negative effects, it’s not healthy to regularly inhale such substances in an enclosed space. Everyone should consider detoxifying their indoor environment.
Holidays are not the time for procrastination, particularly if you are planning to have guests stay with you. Giving your home a top-to-bottom cleaning is not fun, so this might be a prime reason for procrastination. Don’t do it. You want to be ready for your guests when they arrive and being prepared with a clean, organized house in advance will give you more time for that last-minute shopping.
Making your dining area the heart of your family gatherings day in and day out as a place for sharing meals, doing homework and visiting with one another translates to a more relaxed and comfortable dining space.
The kitchen is probably the most used room in many homes, but that also makes it prone to being the messiest. A clean, organized, efficient eating and cooking space can save you time and stress, while making a better impression on visitors. Here are four tips to keeping the heart of your home clean and well-organized.