• Family,  Reviews and Collaborations

    Taking The Next Big Step As A Family

    When it comes to family life, there are certain things that you are going to need to do in order to progress. Some of these things are going to be hard, some are going to be exciting, and in this article, we are going to be talking about a few of them. Obviously, this list is not going to be an extensive account of big steps that families take, but these are just a few of the ones we can think of off the tops of our heads. Keep reading if you want to find out more. A New Home One of the biggest steps that you are going to…

  • Life,  Reviews and Collaborations

    What To Do When Your Marriage Is Struggling

    Being a busy parent is rewarding but also challenging at times. There’s a lot to get done on any given day, and you may be spreading yourself too thin. It’s possible that in the midst of all you have going on that your marriage seems to be taking a nosedive. While it may be difficult to face this reality, you must do so if you’re going to mend the relationship. The good news is that you have options and actions you can take when your marriage is struggling so you two can get on a better path. Stay hopeful that with a little hard work, you two can fix what’s…

  • Health,  Reviews and Collaborations

    Back Pain Remedies

    Back pain is one of the most common causes of pain on the planet. It can make life really hard, interfering with plans, rendering people unable to work and of course, causing a lot of pain and discomfort to a great many people. If you or a loved one are suffering from back pain, here are a few effective (for many) remedies that you may want to try… Physio One of the first things that anyone who is suffering from back pain should try is a good physio. The right physiotherapist can get to the root of the issue and use various techniques to soothe back pain and hopefully heal…

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    How To Design The Perfect Family Kitchen

    The average home kitchen doesn’t necessarily suit the needs of a growing family. There are certain adjustments and changes that have to be made to ensure that your kitchen can work for you and your brood, else your day will no doubt be riddled with stress and panic each time you come to make a meal or snack. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be difficult to transform your kitchen for the benefit of your family, as there are just a few simple steps that you can follow to achieve your design dreams in no time at all. So, if you would like to find out more, then read on to…

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    Common Fridge Issues and How to Deal With Them

    One of the most important appliances in your home is arguably the fridge. Unless you’re used to buying a day’s worth of groceries every day, your fridge is essential in keeping your food fresh. Your family gathers around the kitchen and expects food from the fridge to be on the table, and your kids will occasionally pick treats and sweets from inside the fridge to snack on. However, the fridge is also one of the most common appliances to break down. Whether it’s because it’s always in use or because issues are common to spot, it’s often the very first appliances we notice breaking down. So to help you out,…

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    3 Ways to Build The Momentum to Get Your Home Organised

    It’s obviously better to have an organised, tidy, and neat home than to have one that’s completely upside down, filled with clutter, and haphazard. It would be difficult to find anyone to disagree with that sentiment. But, just because it’s better to have a serene home than a chaotic one, that doesn’t mean that it’s actually easy to build up momentum and motivation to get your home organised in the first place. If you find that you keep procrastinating on this task, here are a few ways to build momentum to get your home organised. Break things down, and list each step out on paper If your home is very…

  • Family,  Reviews and Collaborations

    Reducing Chaos In Your Family Kitchen Is Easy: Here’s How

    For most families, the kitchen is right at the epicentre of the home – a place where everyone congregates several times per day, if only for a few minutes. For this reason, it can become quite hectic, with children and parents dashing in all directions, trying to get things done. Most kitchens, unfortunately, are poorly equipped to deal with the chaos. Soon they become overwhelmed, and parents wind up spending hours tidying up and trying to organise them. It can be a massive time drain.  The good news, though, is that there are a lot of things that you can do to make your kitchen more family-friendly. Here are some…