Your living room is very likely the place where you and your family spend the most time. This is where guests are entertained and relatives gather. All this activity means that living rooms tend to be some of the most untidy spaces in the entire home. Keeping this central room clean and organized requires a little bit of strategizing.
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.
You might think that every home should have the standard pair of essential labor saving technology – the washer and dryer. Actually, this classic duo may not be as necessary as you might think. While a washing machine is still an indispensable household staple, a standard dryer might not be.
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.
Face it, there’s not a lot of room in your dorm room. Research shows that chaos makes it difficult to be productive. When your dorm room isn’t neat and tidy, you can’t study effectively. You probably won’t want to entertain friends in your college room. Ultimately, the longer you wait to tidy up, the more time it takes. How can you get your room under control? There’s actually more space in your room than you might realize. Here are six essentials areas in your room that you can organize to have more storage space and keep clutter from getting out of control.