Hang A 'Discard Bag' In Your Closet To Regularly Declutter Clothes

Many of us put off decluttering our closets until they’re so packed and we have no choice to but evaluate the space, but cleaning as you go is better. Make it easier on yourself with a discard bag in the closet and this quick rule of thumb.

Dust-Proof Your Home With A DIY Fabric Softener And Water Solution

Just like fabric softener sheets create a barrier for dust, their liquid counterpart will do the trick too. Use a DIY fabric softener solution and just spray.

Find Out If You're Ready To Move To A New Place With A Simple Equation

Moving can be a huge pain, especially if you’re indecisive about whether you really want to move at all. Using a simple formula — or adapting it to your liking — can help you logically determine if it’s time to uproot your life or not.

Start From Nothing And Add Back In For More Effective Decluttering

It’s a great feeling to get rid of things you no longer need or use. But it can be hard to decide what to lose and what to keep. For more effective decluttering, don’t take stuff out — add it back in.

Build A Hidden Compartment In A Fake Potted Plant To Hide Valuables

Hidden compartments are fun, and you know it. If you’re looking for a way to hide some of your smaller valuables while brightening up your place, this potted plant compartment is perfect.

Try Flavoured Vinegars For Low-Calorie Flavour Boost In Your Recipes

If you’re looking to boost the flavour in your food while keeping it healthy, check out infused vinegars. Flavored vinegars give everything a boost and add just a few calories.

Paint Your Room In Shoulder-Width Strokes For A More Consistent Coat

Painting a room might seem like a pretty straightforward project, but freestyling your paint strokes could result in bumps or inconsistencies. Paint in shoulder width strokes to keep it easy, simple and even.

How To Keep Your Internet-Connected Home Safe And Secure

From smart thermostats to always-on security cameras, every year we add more appliances and gadgets that connect to the internet to our homes . Some offer great features like remote monitoring, others use data to help you optimise your home and save money. The problem? Anything connected to the internet is at risk of being hacked. Here’s how to keep all of that new gear safe.

Make Custom Picture Frames With Your Table Saw

Putting a picture in a nice frame can really brighten up your home (or make a good gift). If you really want a personal touch, you can build your own using your table saw.

Add More Storage To Your Kitchen With Side Shelves

If you don’t have enough room in your kitchen cabinets, make the most of your space by adding shelves to the sides. This increases the storage space you have without intruding too much into your living space.