How to shelve the book lover in you

And it’s July. Where has the year gone?

In Australia, July means tax time and cold weather. Both of which are excellent reasons to snuggle up under a warm blanket and lose yourself in a good book. If you can find that book you bought last month! Let’s look at how to shelve the book lover in you.

Pantry envy and how to attract it

It’s June already and winter has arrived. It’s time to fill our (already overflowing) pantries with ingredients to make delicious soups and hearty casseroles. From tins to Tupperware containers, and boxes of pasta, everything needs a storage spot. To minimise waste and maximise usage you need to take a good hard look at your kitchen storage options. If you lose the urge to bake a cake, before you find the moth infested flour, it’s time to take control.

How to stop your linen cupboard giving you the sheets

How did March go? Did you try one new idea to make your life a little better? Did you say no to that social function that was going to stretch your energy? Did you take some time to breathe deeply when you were ready to scream? Did it help?

Organising your way to a better life

From Deck the Halls to clearing the decks… and now it’s March.

You’re tired and the year has barely begun. You’ve returned to work frazzled and listening to people talk about Marie Kondo. You want her to knock on your door, spring clean your life and get you organised to within an inch of your T-shirts. You’re not alone in wanting your home and your life organised and thus (presumably) improved.

How to get a new kitchen and keep the old spouse

Kitchens were once the room women went to cook the meat and three veg for the family dinner. Times have changed, and the kitchen has become the hub of family life. With smart fridges telling you when milk is running out, and men often wielding the wok over the induction cooktop, a modern kitchen is a necessity. How do you achieve a kitchen renovation without destroying your marriage?

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