College dorm rooms are a refuge from lecture halls and library cubicles, so you want them to be as comfortable as possible. Unfortunately, they rarely are large enough to contain all the luxuries of home.
In an effort to do your part to take care of the environment without making unnecessary sacrifices, you should rethink how you keep your home clean and smelling fresh. Tidy Living is here to offer you 10 eco-friendly tips for giving your home some all-natural TLC.
The holiday shopping season can be a time of great frustration, but also a time where you get some great deals. While Black Friday might be a ways off, it’s never too early to start developing a sharp strategy to make the most of your time and your money.
Space in a dorm room is limited. There’s no way you can have laundry all over the floor and study, eat and relax in your room. Then, let’s discuss the smell. When you have a small space that doesn’t have a great deal of circulation, every piece of trash and unwashed shirt begin to smell even worse even quicker.
Getting the most storage value out of every square foot in your college dorm is very important. Taking time to assess which belongings are likely to need the most storage space will help college-bound students figure out which storage systems are going to be most effective.