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  • Stay at Home Mum Secrets Revealed: 7 Steps to Help Conquer the Mess

    Staff Post

    Posted on January 07 2018

    Stay at Home Mum Secrets Revealed: 7 Steps to Help Conquer the Mess
    Whether we like it or not, our homes attract clutter and chaos like magnets to metals. Your bedroom, for example, a supposed to be sanctuary after a long and tiring day can easily become disorganised - from your closet, vanity corner, down to the floor! Then comes the kitchen, where aside from ...

  • My 2018 Home Office Desk Set-Up!

    Katya Bowd

    Posted on January 03 2018

    My 2018 Home Office Desk Set-Up!
    Hi, lovelies! A couple of days ago, I posted a photo of my new home office desk set up in one of the planner groups and got an overwhelming amount of feedback (thanks to those who gave it lots of love, thumbs ups, and comments! Woohoo!) Since I’ve gotten heaps of questions about where I got cert...

  • How to Keep Your Home Office Space Free from Clutter

    Katya Bowd

    Posted on December 10 2017

    How to Keep Your Home Office Space Free from Clutter
    If you have trouble keeping paper clutter under control, there is no better time to be alive. Welcome to the age of the Cloud. No more losing irreplaceable photos, necessary tax documents, notes of sentimental value, and the myriad of ideas that used to be doodled on the corners of napkins. For...

  • Budgeting 101 for Parents

    Katya Bowd

    Posted on November 23 2017

    Budgeting 101 for Parents
    The best things in life are free, right? It’s been said that money isn’t everything. Unless you don’t have any, it’s hard to think about much else. So if the end of the month comes and the wallet’s looking a little roomy, you may need to implement some money saving hacks to help you stretch you...

  • Plumbing for Beginners: Simple Tips to Unclog Your Drain

    Staff Post

    Posted on November 07 2017

    Plumbing for Beginners: Simple Tips to Unclog Your Drain
    The build-up to a clogged sink is a gradual process. First, you start noticing that the water takes longer than usual to go down. Then the stench coming from it starts getting rancid and possible unbearable as the days go by. Eventually, the water overflows and you’re left with a flooded bathroo...