Globally, studies show that green is good for your health and happiness but who has time to read all the science? In a nutshell, the two big benefits of having indoor plants are air quality improvement and your own well-being.
Recently you may have seen TV programs and newspaper stories relating to the Retirement Village Industry. The investigation which resulted in these stories uncovered various ‘traps’, which can cause vulnerable residents and their families significant stress, both financial and physical.
You have a bunch of papers piled up on your desk that you need to sort through for your tax. The pile stays there for weeks. You see that pile every day and have often thought about just getting someone else to deal with it – but you haven’t got around to finding someone affordable that you can trust?
As I write this, the federal budget has recently been handed down. Several measures were announced which will have a significant impact for housing.
Over the last few months we’ve been following a couple of local room makeovers. It’s been fun, creative and inspiring helping all involved, feel more at HOME.
I know that winter is isn’t everyone’s favourite time of the year but it’s a pretty short season really, so I’d like to share a few things with you that keep me cheerful and cosy until Springtime.
It was a pleasure meeting locals and husband and wife team, Bree and Brady Morris; founding franchisees of Dream Doors Australia. Dream Doors is an international business model providing kitchen renovations/facelifts which can save thousands of dollars compared to installing a new kitchen, and results in an entirely fresh and modern look in just a few days.
Many people believe that spring is the best time to sell a property, with flowers blooming and warmer days. What most people don’t know is that the most competitive sale prices for properties occur in winter. Some of the best sale prices are regularly achieved during the months of June, July and August.
Creating can be fun, especially when it has a good purpose behind it, a purpose to help all involved, feel more at home. Below is a sneak peek at what we will be following…
Indoor plants have always been popular for their calming effect, design elements and air purification. According to the Department of the Environment the average Australian spends about 90% of their time indoors so the quality of the air in our homes, offices and public buildings is hugely important.
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