The New Year is fresh in our minds, and now is the perfect time to review finances and prepare for a successful year ahead.
The new year is the perfect time for a fresh start. One of the best ways to give yourself that warm, fuzzy, clean feeling is by decluttering your home.
It can be difficult to keep houseplants alive during the winter months, especially when you live in cold, often snowy, Canada. Days are shorter, temperatures are lower, and there’s less sunlight — all of which make it harder to keep your potted plants thriving.
Simply listing your home for sale doesn’t mean it’ll sell. You know it’s a great place to live, but buyers might not be able to see through some of its quirks. With that in mind, it’s important that you make sure your home is in tip-top shape before you put it on the market.
Not all paper can be recycled, and trying to do so might make it so your entire bin is rubbish. Sometimes fibers are too short, other times products are made with contaminants. So before you throw your paper into the bin, make sure it actually belongs there.
The cold weather is settling in, but that doesn’t mean your job in the garden is done. Here’s what you’ll want to do to get your garden ready for the cold months ahead.