{Cleaning} Keeping the Air in Your Home Clean

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Do you ever walk into your home to a musty smell? Does the air feel damp and stale? Can you smell it each time you enter a room? Or, can you see the air thick with dust particles every time the sun shines in? It’s normal to have a little dust and for your homes to get a bit musty from time to time, especially during winter and hot summers when we don’t open the windows so often. But, it can become a problem. The air in your home can easily become unhealthy and filled with pollutants. We spend a lot of time in our houses, so this air can lead to the growth of mold, illnesses, damp and other issues. Here are some great ways to keep the air in your house clean and pure.
Air Conditioning
There are many advantages to having air conditioning in your home. It can keep you cool and comfortable in the summer, as well as reducing humidity and keeping the air in your home moving. Air conditioners filter and circulate air, this helps to remove pollutants and harsh chemical particles. But, for your air conditioning system to be able to do this effectively, you need to make sure you regularly clean and replace the filters.

I love these reusable air filters. You simply hose them off wait for them to dry and done.
Houseplants are having a bit of a resurgence at the moment and can be very trendy if used well in your d├ęcor. They look great and can help to keep the air clean. They do this by removing toxins and improving the quality of the air. This is especially useful if you your home is poorly ventilated and often damp.

Some of the best houseplants when it comes to improving the quality of the air in your home are the Lady Palm, Butterfly Palm, the Rubber Tree, Chrysanthemums, Peace Lily’s, English Ivy and Chinese Evergreen. Most of these are relatively easy to look after and have the added advantage of helping to improve your mood.

The air is generally cleaner in your home over the months when the weather's nice and your windows can be open, even though outdoor air is also filled with pollutants. So, during winter time, try to open your windows as often as you can to increase ventilation and get air moving. I like to open my bedroom windows as soon as I wake up to air out the room, then I close them once I'm done getting dressed and have made the bed.

When you are drying washing inside, use an extractor fan, or a dehumidifier to help dry them faster and keep the air from getting too damp. A trickle vent can also be a good idea, as they let a little outdoor air in while filtering and cleaning it.

Think About What You Use
If you use harsh cleaning products and detergents, your home will be filled with them. They get into the air even with minimal use. If you want the air in your home to be clean and pure, think about what you are using. Stick to natural, environmentally friendly products which are kind to your skin, lungs and the world around you.

Keeping the air in your home can improve your sleep, help to keep your skin soft and your breathing even and even help your home to stay clean and bright. It’s certainly worth doing.

{Decluttering} Simple Hacks For A Less Stressful Experience

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Decluttering our homes is one of those chores that a lot of us put off because we can’t be bothered to deal with the hassle and stress that comes with the job. However, just because we like to put this kind of chore off, that doesn’t mean that it’s not a chore that needs doing, because it is - clutter builds up extremely quickly in most homes.

The good news is that when it comes to decluttering your home, it doesn’t have to be a hugely stressful experience. In fact, if you are smart about it, it doesn’t have to be stressful at all for that matter, it is all about how you go about the situation, that’s all. Bearing that in mind, below are some simple hacks for making decluttering a far less stressful experience and a much more enjoyable and manageable one.
Focus on one room at a time
By far the most common mistake when it comes to decluttering a house is trying to do too much at once. Far too many people make the mistake of choosing to focus on more than one room at a time, going from place to place, getting more mess out and causing chaos. Don’t make this mistake, always work on one room at a time, beginning with one area, sorting it, and then moving onto the next. This will help to make the sorting process far less stressful.

Have your clutter collected
Instead of having to waste time taking all your old, unwanted junk to the dump, consider having it collected. By doing this, you don’t have to worry about wasting time heading to the dump, instead you can focus on the actual decluttering process. When it comes to removing waste from your home, some options are rather expensive. However, there are also plenty of dirt cheap rubbish removal services available to choose from, it’s just a case of sourcing them, that’s all.

Clean as you go
A key element of the decluttering process is cleaning the house after clutter removal, isn’t it? Of course, a lot of people choose to declutter and then set aside another time to clean, which adds extra stress and makes the entire process feel far longer. Instead, it’s far more beneficial to clean as you go, as this tends to take up less time and can help to reduce stress because you know that you are dealing with everything that needs doing at once.

Decluttering might be an essential part of taking care of your home, but it’s also something that a lot of people choose to avoid doing because of the stress that comes with it and how time-consuming the task can be to do. Don’t let these factors put you off of keeping on top of your home’s clutter, as otherwise, you will end up living in a serious mess. Take note of the tips above and implement them, and you should find decluttering much less stressful and far more straightforward.

Here are some Book I like on Decluttering and getting Tidy.

{Contributed Post} What You Should Know About Dealing with Mobility Issues

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When you have problems with your mobility, whether they’re temporary or permanent, the way you live your life necessarily changes. You have to think differently about how you’re going to get around and get things done on a day to day basis. You might not want to be thinking about these things, but there are some things you should know and do if you want to transition into a new way of living as easy as possible.
Find a Suitable Bed
The bed should be one of the very first things you think about when it comes to making change in your home and your life generally. The bed should be capable of lifting up and down because this makes it so much easier for people with mobility problems to get in and out of. It’s a little change but it could be genuinely revolutionary for you in your day to day life.

Don’t be Afraid to Accept Help
There are going to be friends and family members who want to help out. How you respond to this can be tricky because many people don’t like the idea of being helped too much because it makes them feel like a burden. But that’s entirely the wrong way of looking at it. Many people just want to help because they care, and you should accept this and make the most of it.
Scooters Are Helpful
Many people can be resistant to the idea of investing in Luggie Scooters or similar options because they don’t want to be reliant on something like this to get around. But there comes a time when you have to be honest with yourself and really think about what’s best and most functional for you. If you’d benefit from a scooter to get around, you need to go for it.

Make Adaptations to Your Home
There are many little adaptations that can be made to your home to make the transition easier than it might otherwise be. Even simple things like adding grab rails in halls and on walls can make all the difference. You might also want to think about changing the bathroom setup so that you have a tub that’s easier to get in and out of.

Look Into Car Modifications
If you’re a driver and your mobility problems are going to make it slightly harder for you to use your car as a it is, you should think about making changes. There are car adaptation companies that can completely change how your car operates. For example, cars can be changed so that foot pedals aren’t required and hand actions are used instead to move the car.

Mobility issues are never easy to deal with or come to terms with. But if you’re serious about achieving things and making the most of life, you simply need to adapt to the new situation and cope with it as best you can. Hopefully, the ideas and tips laid out here will you to start to do just that.

{Bathroom} Making Your Bathroom Your Best Room

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Where most rooms can be transformed with a simple rearrangement of furniture and a splash of color on the walls, the bathroom is a lot harder to do up. Without actually fully remodeling the bathroom, you have fixed elements to work around. On top of that, it usually is a small space. Here are some tips to get your bathroom looking its best. Be sure to check out https://kitchensacramento.com/bathroom-remodeling/ for some inspiration and useful starter tips too.

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Think Light, Light, and More Light
Bathrooms do tend to be smaller spaces. Any natural sunlight should be used to its fullest potential. Avoid placing objects in front of the window and make use of mirrors to reflect and spread the light out further. This also comes back in the use of colors in the bathroom. Ideally, you will have lighter colors, but dark shades can work as well. Just remember that with dark colors you will need lighter elements to the room that serve as focal points. And if you can’t find a color to your liking, remember there is bathroom wallpaper available that can really bring some uniqueness to your bathroom.

Think Tidy and Neat
As with most small spaces, you want to keep clutter to a minimum. Try to avoid using the bathroom as a storage space for all the different kind of soaps, shower gels and shampoos you collected over the years. Also, your historical collection of toothbrushes can probably be trimmed down. Everything in the bathroom needs to be in active use. You might want to consider investing in decorative soap dispensers and toothbrush holders. Not only does this give a more uniform look, but you can also eliminate cluttering the view with plastic packaging as they come from the brands you use. I use decorative soap dispensers for my Shampoo and Conditioner in my shower. I also have a decorative soap dish to set the body bar soap on so it doesn't get the my window sill all gross, as this is the only shop i have in my shower to set stuff.

Think Just the Right Amount of Shelves and Storage
Avoid leaving towels hanging around and use towels racks for used ones. Fold away the fresh ones if you choose to keep those in the bathroom. When getting shelves and storage consider the bare minimum that you need. Consider placing shelves and storage in places that have become useless because of the placement of the toilet bowl and washing basin. Just above the toilet bowl could be room for a shelf, where you keep items that are not needed daily. Or if you have a pedestal basin, consider the option of placing a cabinet around the pedestal. If you need a step stool for a child consider getting on that has a storage compartment, you can store your child's bath toy or even there other bathroom items in this.

Finishing Touches
Bring some life into the room, consider placing a plant or two. A bit of green can transform most bathrooms from being purely functional to a beautiful space to be in. In terms of accessories, try sticking a theme as it will bring everything together. Just be careful with overdoing things with accessories, less is usually more.

All things considered, if small touch ups simply won’t do the trick, consider a complete remodel. You can roll up the sleeves yourself and DIY your way through it or get some professional help.

{Cleaning & Organizing} Why A Simple Spruce Could Be More Effective Than A Full Renovation

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When you’re not in love with your house, you can often think that you need to do a full renovation in order to change that. You may feel as if your home just will never be perfect unless it’s completely redone. Or maybe you’re even getting your home ready to sell and you think you have to really renovate it to get a good price? Either way, you may be surprised (and glad) to hear that you may not have to go to such extreme (and expensive) lengths. Sometimes, a simple spruce will do. Instead of ripping out an entire room and starting again. You may benefit from simply changing a few bits and pieces and still get incredible results. And here’s why.

1. A Clean Up Can Go A Long Way
So first of all, you should recognize that a simple tidy up and a good old-fashioned clean can really go a long way. Maybe the space in question just need a little TLC? You’d be surprised by the effects tile and grout repair can have. Or how much of a difference a good decluttering session can make to your bedroom. So always start off with a good clean and work out where to go from there.

2. A Lick Of Paint Can Make A Huge Change
Sometimes, we think that we need to change absolutely everything about a space for it to be how we want it to. But that’s not always the case. Maybe you just need a new lick of paint? Simply painting a room in a new color, or freshening up the paint that’s already there, can work wonders. So do this before you invest too much.

3. New Furniture Can Make A Space Brand New
As a step on from that, maybe it’s not the room or the overall decor itself, but what’s in the room. Maybe your tired, old furniture is the problem? Think about sprucing up what you have or investing in new furniture and see what kind of effect this can have on how the space looks. Sometimes, it can feel like a brand new place!

4. Simple Spruces Save Money
Something that makes sense to a lot of us, is that spruces save money. So if you want to save money on your house renovation, don’t be too drastic. Instead, think about the smaller and simpler changes you can work on that are just as impactful.

5. Focusing On What You Want To Change Matters The Most
And lastly, it’s so important to realize that actually, you may not even need to redo the entire space. Okay, so if you move into a place that is really gross and had moldy old fittings and fixtures, entirely renovating the room is probably the best option. But maybe your kitchen just look a little tired? Well, sprucing the kitchen cabinets could make it feel like you have an entire new kitchen. So instead of thinking you need to redo everything, just think about what you really want to change, change that, and enjoy how much better the space can look and feel.

{Travel} Beach of Molokai HawaII

In December 2017 We visited the Island of Molokai Hawaii, And had this beautiful beach to ourselves. it was so amazing and so very peaceful.
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My husband Made this beautiful video with his drone this is the one he has:

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{Health} Could You Be Doing More To Combat Your Anxiety?

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Anxiety can be one of those things that gets you when you least expect it. You can have struggled with it all your life but when it comes out to haunt you, it can be when you don’t want to be burdened with those feelings or certainly when you really don’t need itplagueing your life. Anxiety comes in all shapes and sizes, it can surround your life as a parent, your career choices, being at home, being out of the home, they can all be triggers. However, dealing with it is often the best way to handle and eventually overcome it. I wanted to share with you some of the things to consider if you want to help your anxiety.
Your lifestyle
You may not even realise it, but the way you live your life can actually be a big cause of your anxiety. However, making some positive changes can really be extremely beneficial. You can start by looking at the diet you have. Nourishing your body with the food house need that gives you the vitamins and the nutrients to function can actually help you to feel better and much more energised. Another aspect of your lifestyle you may want to change is the amount of exercise you take. Exercise can actually really help you to feel better about yourself. It pumps the endorphins around your body and not only helps you too feel better, but also helps increase your fitness levels which in turn can help with energy levels. If you feel good you feel better mentally.

Many people look towards other forms of resolve for things like anxiety, and therapy can be one of the things to consider. Whether it is talking to a therapies or other things that focus on your mindset, websites like motusheals.com can really help you to address underlying issues and allow you to move forward with your life. It can often give you the mental tools to deal with issues you could be faced with further down the line.

Face your fears
Maybe now is the time to face your fears, and this could be the best way to overcome any issues with anxiety. Anxiety can actually be caused just because of the fear of something, and so having the courage to actually face it can be extremely empowering. It can be linked with other aspects of your life that cause you to step out of your comfort zone. It may seen scary at first, but it could lead you on to bigger and better things in the future.

Work on your mindset
Finally, your mindset can be a huge factor when it comes to your anxiety, and the negativity aspect can actually breed those feelings of anxiety and even make them worse than what they actually are. Changing your mindset can often feel forced at first, but it can certainly help you be able to move forward with your anxiety and make some positive changes for the future.

I hope that these tips help you when it comes to combating anxiety.

{Contributed Post} Why You Need A Morning Room In Your Life (And Your Home)

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Life can be pretty interesting at times. There’s so much going on in the world and even more going on in our own little minds, that is can all get a little overwhelming. So it’s not surprising that we all tend to go through life feeling a little hazed. There’s so much noise, and there are a lot of distractions that are fighting for our attention. So if you feel like your mind is always running, it’s not all that surprising really is it?

However, this isn’t always healthy. Because when you have a lot going on in your mind, you may feel as if things are too intense for you. And it will all come crashing down at some point. But the good news is - that doesn’t have to happen. There are things we can do to feel like we’re more in control of our lives, and balanced too. Because being able to balance all of the things that go on in your mind, and all of the elements in your life, is just so important!

But how do we do that? Well, with mindfulness. You have to actively choose to manage your thoughts. And sometimes, you need some time and space to do this in! And THIS is why you need a morning room in your life. Because it can become the perfect place for you to start your morning routine, and to keep your mind in order. And if you’re still not convinced, read on for more benefits.

It Gives You Some Space To Get Space In
So first of all, the morning room gives you space. It gives you a room to go into, to drink your morning coffee, to meditate, to journal, and to write down your plans for the day. And this is often the biggest benefit of all for most people.

It Can Be A Relaxation Room
As a step on from that, you can then use your morning room to relax in. After your first few minutes or your first hour in the morning, you may feel as if the room won’t be used again. But why not see it as a relaxing space that you can go into whenever you want throughout the day. Bring in a comfortable chair, candles, and blankets - and maybe even a book, and save this space as your relaxation room.

You Can Make The Most Of The Sunlight
Another really great idea for this, is to bring more light into your home. Ideally, your morning room will be near to your kitchen or your living space. Then, you can purposely look to bring more light into both areas. Here, think about getting patio doors, like Renewal by Andersen windows, to really brighten up the space. If you can add them south facing, you’ll really maximize on the light.

It Can Become An Interest Room
And then, you could also look to use the space for a special interest that you have. Because we all need a room of our own, so why not making your morning room this? Maybe you want to paint or write or play music in a set space? Then your morning room could be perfect for it?

It Can Add Extra Room To The House
Another really huge benefit to creating a morning room is that you get to add some extra space to your home. As Real Homes show, this is only ever a good thing. If you know that you’re lacking space around the home - and this is even the reason why you’re feeling so overwhelmed, adding a morning room will be great.

It Can Add Value To Your Home
As a step on from that, when you’re adding more space to your house, it can incredible value. And when you do add patio doors and go for a kind of orangery look, this can be a huge selling feature. So you’re really creating this as a kind of investment.

t’s A Lot Of Fun
But the best part of all, is that adding a room to your house just because you want to, is fun! It’s something that you get to do for you. Sometimes, when you do something for yourself, it can feel frivolous or selfish. But when you’re adding space to your home, it’s practical - especially because you’re gaining more space and adding value to the home. So go ahead and build your perfect morning room to become more mindful in.

{PETS} Homemade Cat Treats!

We love giving are cats a little treat from time to time, why not try these Homemade Cat Treats.

Yum Yum Cat Treats
  • 1 large egg
  • 1oz jar chicken and brown rice baby food (you can use something meaty or canned wet cat food)
  • 1/4 cup chopped parsley
  • 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 2 Tablespoons Water
  • 1 cup Brown Rice Flour
  • 1/2 cup cooked brown or white rice
  1. Preheat oven to 325 F. with rack in middle of oven. 
  2. line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
  3. Combine egg, parsley, baby food, olive oil and water together in large mixing bowl, whisk together. Add flour and cooked rice stir tell well mixed. (the mixture will be thick but should be spreadable).
  4. spread the mixture on papered baking sheet, spread the mixture out until its about 1/3 inch thick.
  5. bake for 12-15 minutes.
  6. let cool until its a a temp that you can handle with your hands.
  7. on the baking sheet and still warm slice into bite size pieces.
  8. Place back into oven bake another 5-8 minutes
  9. allow to cool completely and store in an airtight container.

{Safety} Security Tips For Every New Homeowner

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When you finally become a homeowner it is one of the best feelings in the world. As a real adult you will have your own personal space to work and live in and you will even have a garden which you can escape to on hot days and relax on the lawn. Buying a house is a massive investment to make for yourself and your family and this will come with a lot of responsibility. For example you will need to secure the home to make sure that no one can break in and steal your things, and these are some of the ways you can do that.

The first thing that you will want to do the moment you move into your new house is to change the locks and make sure that your doors and windows are secure. When you go to pick up the keys for your new home you will not be able to guarantee that there is no one on the planet who has a set of your keys. The previous owner could have given sets to family and friends and you can’t be sure whether they still have them or not. Make sure you change the locks right away as well as check the doors themselves to make sure they are secure. The same goes with windows and you will want to use someone like Renewal by Andersen to replace and windows.

When it comes to securing the home you must also think about the access which people might have from the outside in. Stand outside your house and imagine you wanted to rob it, how would you get into the house? This is a question which you need to ask yourself before you can truly keep the house secure and safe. Most people will try the windows if the door won’t work and you need to make access to your windows as difficult as possible for the thieves. The best way to do this is to plant a spiky bush such as holy directly under the window to deter robbers from trying to get in.

Cameras are a sure thing to have around the house if you want to ensure that robbers are deterred and that your place is completely safe. CCTV cameras can be placed around the perimeter of the house to make sure that you cover every angle and are always able to monitor your house when you are away. You can also make sure that if anyone tries to break in or damage your home that you have evidence to show the police to aid their search for the perpetrator. You can pay someone to do this, or you can simply by a kit from your local Costco.

Installing a alarm system should be one of the first things you install in a new house and it will be a huge help for you when it comes to keeping the house completely safe throughout the years. An alarm system is the final defence in your home and it will only be triggered if someone actually manages to enter your home unannounced. If you have pets you don’t need to worry about them because most alarm systems have a pet setting which allows the movement of dogs and cats around the house without triggering anything.

If you often go on vacation and you are worried about the fact that people might notice you are gone, there is a clever little trick you can do to make sure that people think you are still in the house when you are away. You can buy a plug socket which has a timer on it and it will only be switched on during the hours you specify on the device. It means that in the evening you can set the light to come on and stay on until bedtime to make people think that there are people active in the house. This is a really great trick and it can be a wonderful one to keep the home safe. you can also do this with a radio and set it to a talk radio stations and set it loud enough so someone could slightly hear it if they were by your front door.

Get to know your neighbours if you want them to be kind to you and keep a lookout for strange happenings. If you want to ensure that your house is safe during the time you are away you can tell a neighbour you are going away and ask that they keep an eye on things.

Essential Oils - Let's Talk Allergies!

Today I want to talk about Allergies & Essential Oils! I'm not talking about seasonal allergies and how Oils can help them, No. I'm talking about those that have allergic reactions to the Taste, Touch or Smell of something.

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Yes we all love our Oils but for some around us it can be scary if they are allergic to something. I have family & friends who have severe reactions. My dad is allergic to Rose, and I have a friend who is very allergic to nuts if you eat nuts then even kiss her on the cheek she will start having a reaction(its really bad). Then I have another friend who is allergic to lavender.

So what does this mean for us Oil users? Do we stop using our Oils? Do we need to be scared to use them? or just never invite these ones over to our homes? No, like I'm going to not have my dad over to my house (are you kidding me). No we just need to do the loving thing and educate ourselves with our oils, friends and family.

Chances are if they are your family then you know there allergies, and if its a close friend then you probably know as well. But what about those that your not sure, well Simple Just ASK! Most people will be very pleased that you care enough to ask.

But now there are those ones that just don't like something or don't like smells of any kind whats so ever, so how do you know, well you will never really know but the loving thing would be avoid what your friend tells you. One way you can ask without just saying "what oils can I not use around you?" Simple just invite them over for a meal and ask "I would like to have you over for dinner, Do you or your family have any Allergies? Or and Allergies to Pets or Smells?" This shows that you care and that you want them to feel at home when they come over.

So Your First Step would be finding out what you need to avoid, when you are around that such

Your next step is finding out what oils to avoid when either around that person, when there in your car, when you are inviting them to your home or wherever you use oils around them.

Of course with some oils it can be obvious what ones you should avoid. For example when my dad comes he's allergic to Rose so I make sure I don't use my Rose Essential Oil. But that not all i need to avoid there are many blended oils that contain Rose that I cant use when I'm around him.

So don't just think about the main oil, Remember to check your blends. It's very easy to check before you use them just simple go on Young Livings website and search the oil you want to use and at the bottom of the page it will list the ingredients. Now some blends can be a mix of other blends, so if it list a blend in the ingredients don't forget to check that one as well.

Don't be scared to use your oils just educate yourself on your friends and family and know what's in your oils.

Here is a short list of oils that I have put together. It does not list all oils just a few so be sure to still check Young Living's website

Essential Oils Containing NUTS:

  • Awaken
  • Acceptance
  • White Angelica
  • 3 Wise Men
Essential Oils Containing ROSE:
  • Rose
  • Joy
  • Dream Catcher
  • Gentle Baby
  • Acceptance
  • White Angelica
  • Trauma Life
  • Australian Blue
  • Release
  • Egyptian Gold
Essential Oils Containing LAVENDER:
  • Lavender
  • Stress Away
  • R.C.
  • Dragon Time
  • Brain Power
  • Gentle Baby
  • Awaken
  • Trauma Life
  • Build Your Dream
  • Release
  • Egyptian Gold
  • Cool Azul
  • M-Grain
  • Motivation
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