Allotments have long been a hobby and passion for gardeners and nature lovers across the country, but it can be tricky knowing where to start if you’ve never had one before. What to plant, what equipment to get hold of, how much time to dedicate to your new outdoor project… with these things to take into account, it’s a good idea to make sure you don’t go in blind.Read more
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Life is starting to return to normal and that’s something worth celebrating… but getting back to work, socialising and spending more time out of the house in general might leave you with less time and money for household tasks.
Every DIY master needs a range of tools to help them work their magic. From hammers to screwdrivers, even the greatest craftsmen can’t get by with an incomplete toolbox.Read more
The season of spring is upon us… but while lockdowns are coming to an end, we have a little way to go yet. If you’re still stuck at home more than you’d like and are finding it hard to get into the spring spirit, we have some tips to help you change that in a jiffy!
At last, some good news!
What tool should every avid DIYer have in their toolbox? Duct tape, that’s what!
Maintaining a home can be a costly endeavour. Sometimes things break when we least expect it, and we aren’t always able to fork out the dough for a replacement or spare part. Fortunately, this is where the wonders of tape come in to save the day…
Looking after our mental health should be a top priority for all of us, especially after the events of the last year. Being stuck at home can be taxing, and though the end of lockdown restrictions seems to be in sight, we’ve got a little way to go yet. That’s why we’re keen to share the mental benefits of keeping your home organised
It’s a difficult combination to balance, isn’t it? Keeping your home and its appliances running efficiently whilst remaining environmentally conscious about the choices you make. Sometimes it feels like you have to decide between comfort and conservation… but that isn’t true.
What do we do when our things break or develop a fault? We fix them of course!