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As we continue under lockdown regulations for the second time in the UK, families across the country are feeling the stress and tension caused by the dramatic change. If things in your household are feeling a little bit tense at the moment, there’s one thing you can do to improve your mood and the mood of those around you: clean and tidy your space.
With the whole family in frequent use of the family bathroom, each with their own, personal accumulation of beauty and hygiene products, it’s no wonder it can become a hot spot for clutter. We’re going to show you five different ways you can remove the unwanted mess from your main bathroom and keep it clutter free.
If we really want to reduce our household waste, we need to implement realistic, practical lifestyle changes that we can stick to, for life. In this article we show you 10 ways how.
Whether you’ve booked a house clearance with us or you are just considering hiring our services, following our tips will ensure everything goes smoothly.
There are many things we can do to keep everyone in good spirits during this difficult time. One of which is to take care of our environment. In this series we look at several tips for keeping your house hygienically clean and tidy, starting with a common area of clutter: the dining room table.
Lockdown restrictions may be easing, but life is still far from normal, and for many of us more time at home has meant more time to focus on getting out homes in order. In part two of our clutter clearing series, we tackle the kitchen.
In this series, we cover five common areas of the home that tend to become easily cluttered, starting with the kitchen.

Last time, we gave you tips on tackling kitchen clutter, this time we’re going to help you keep your bedroom tidy and organised, even when you’re busy.
In today’s throw-away culture it’s easy to disregard the impact our everyday waste has on our environment. Unfortunately, however, almost everything we buy as consumers, from our weekly food shop to toys for our children are packaged in single use receptacles. Gone are the days of the milkman, where glass bottles would be washed after use and re-filled time and time again. Today, it is far too easy to dispose of our waste without due care and attention and simply toss it into landfill. Disposable single use and non-recyclable packaging only contribute to our planets huge and growing waste and pollution problem. Easily disposable packaging also encourages a lazy and irresponsible way of life. Nevertheless, there are many things we can all do to combat excessive waste and reduce the impact of waste on our environment.
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Keep your garage clean and organised with our 6 helpful tips.
It’s no secret that as a planet, we have a big plastic problem on our hands. And with constant media coverage on how plastic waste is filling our oceans, harming our wildlife and polluting our water, it’s easy to feel helpless in fighting the battle against plastic pollution. However, the good news is we can make a difference as consumers. The choices we make in our supermarkets are hugely important in fighting the war on plastic. From humble fruit and vegetables to meat, to toiletries, we have the opportunity to make better choices in everything we buy. Our six part guide will help you reduce plastic waste in all areas of your home starting with your kitchen.
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