Ditch Or Move? What You Should Keep Or Rebuy After Relocating

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Relocating is difficult. Not only are you moving to a new place where you may not know many people, but there is so much to do in such a short amount of time that it can be really stressful. One big cause of stress is deciding what to do with all of your stuff. Should you take that ironing board with you? How about the leather couch? Below we present some helpful tips to make the relocation process just a little easier. Continue reading “Ditch Or Move? What You Should Keep Or Rebuy After Relocating”

Buried in Trash: 5 Tips for Cleaning a Hoarder’s House

Maybe you’ve noticed that a friend or family member has accumulated an unhealthy amount of possessions, belongings, and garbage and volunteered to help clean out the hoard. Or perhaps you’ve purchased a home at a great bargain because the previous owners were hoarders. Whatever the reason, cleaning out a hoarder’s house must be done correctly to avoid illness and truly cut out the clutter.

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Cleaning as an Educational Activity

Guest post contributed by Josie Pimm

Cleaning is an activity which should not be undermined. It has been incorporated in our lives since the dawn of human civilization. It’s every man’s obligation in present day’s society because now we consume more than ever and without cleaning not only we as a species but also the whole planet will perish. For us, adults, cleaning comes as a natural instinct but it’s actually an artificial one, i.e. it’s the result of a series of educational activities our parents and teachers have introduced in order to create that instinct in us. It’s our responsibility to create the same instinct in our children as well.

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Dangers to Avoid While Spring Cleaning

Spring is definitely in the air: the days are getting warmer; the birds are chirping and the flowers are starting to bloom. Spring is also the time of the year to get down and dirty with some spring cleaning. However, spring cleaning doesn’t come without some hazards. Here are some dangers for you to steer clear of during spring cleaning.
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Spring Clean: Tips For Easily Dejunking Your Life

Spring cleaning can be much more than simply scrubbing the house from top to bottom. It is also an excellent time to de-clutter the home. There are probably many items around your home that you aren’t using and someone else could benefit from owning or using. Going through the clutter is a great way to free up your life and help someone else out along the way.
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5 Organic Products to Fully Clean Makeup Equipment

 Guest post contributed by Ellie Price

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Most ladies apply make-up on a daily basis which causes oil, bacteria and allergens to accumulate on their eyelash curlers, foundation, mascara and concealer brushes. It is of essential importance to keep such articles in immaculate condition, first up, because they come in close contact with sensitive areas of your face and second, because neglect might lead to a variety of undesirable skin conditions like acne and eczemas. Then again, cleaning your make-up gadgets is best done with natural, safe products for the same reasons, we have listed above. Try out these tips on cleaning your make-up equipment with organic products for healthier, smoother and fresher skin.

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