Out with the old, in with the new – people often refer to spring affectionately as the season of new beginnings and for good reason too. It’s the time that many animals awake from hibernation, fresh plants bloom, and the earth comes to life once again after the winter chill. It also brings new inspiration to those with ‘green fingers’ as it’s the season when farmers and gardeners plant an array of seeds and revamp tired winter gardens. Therefore, if you’re looking for a new burst of life in your garden but don’t know where to start, consider these helpful tips below. Read more
If you’re a homeowner, then you’ll know all about what it’s like to keep every single aspect of your home looking good. It’s a job that is never finished. Your home isn’t just a place that keeps you private and warm when you don’t want to face the world – it almost becomes like a part of your family. You take good care of it so that it takes good care of you in the long-run. If you can make it look beautiful while keeping it functioning well, then you’ll have a wonderful tenure in the home. Read more
We all know we should be doing our bit for the planet, and making environmentally-friendly decisions wherever we can. From switching off the lights to choosing to travel by train rather than driving, everyone can make small changes that will ultimately benefit the planet. If you have a yard or outside space, there are some great ways you can make it, not just environmentally friendly, but actually a green space that makes a positive impact on the world we live in. Here are a few top suggestions. Read more
When you are able to make your yard more functional, you’ll want to use it more and you’ll be able to open up all kinds of different elements to your life. Even stepping outside for 10 minutes a day and breathing in the fresh air (weather allowing, of course) has been shown to be good for you, and if you can do this in your own back garden, it makes it even easier and more beneficial; make that yard as functional and attractive as possible, and you’ll not only be able to do it but you’ll want to, and plenty more besides. Here are some things to think about.