Most of us now have a home office. Like it or not, we often have to bring work home. The home office could be a free-standing home office unit, custom designed for your breakfast nook. It could be a fitted study, designed into your bedroom where you’re writing the great Canadian novel. Or it could […]Read more "5 Must-Have Desk Toys"
Do you love throwing parties but feel that you have to keep them small because your home or apartment doesn’t have the space to accommodate more than eight people at a time? While it’s true that it’s not a good idea to try and cram 100 of your ‘closest’ friends in your two-bed one-bath flat, […]Read more "Top Story: How To Host A Big Party In A Small House"
Day 86 – March 27, 2013: Well, my Value City Furniture blue jean couch is officially dead. It’s broken down and unable to be sat on. Senia and I had a mock funeral for the poor thing and I also apologized for sleeping on it so many days and nights and causing it so much […]Read more "365 Days of Dangermas: Day 86 – The Broken Couch Blues"
Do you have a small home? Is there adequate space for placing your bed, chair, desk and nightstand? If facing space difficulties, then here are 8 awesome DIY suggestions to help make your house look bigger than it actually is. Rearrange your Furniture: Push that twin bed against your wall. Place the pillows adjacent to […]Read more "8 DIY Ideas To Make Your House Look Bigger"
It’s easy to accumulate clutter in your home irrespective of its size. Whether you live in a one bedroom apartment or a five bedroom home, at some point you will have a build-up of unnecessary clutter. Even the tidiest of homeowners can suffer from an overcrowded counter or messy closet. These five simple tips can […]Read more "5 Creative Ways to Hide Clutter"
Guest Blog by Dale Shaw Is there anything more irritating than business jargon? Stock phrases that are fired at you by clueless people in an office setting? New baffling ones seem to get piled onto the old classic ones, so entire meetings can be completely constructed from meaningless management speak, without a tangible item being […]Read more "Classic Business Clichés"