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Romance Your Home This Valentine’s

February 12, 2018

It is easy to introduce some romance into your home for Valentine’s Day. All you need are a few strategically placed candles and softly playing music and you will transform the ambiance in a matter of a few minutes. However, if you want to create a more permanent romantic setting, look at introducing some lovely […] View article >

Tips for a Romantic Valentines Night In

February 12, 2018

Having a romantic night in can be challenging, especially if you have children. If you want to experience some romance, you don’t necessarily have to splash out on an expensive meal or scour the earth for a babysitter on one of the most popular nights of the year. With a bit of thought and planning, […] View article >

Changes to the private rented sector in Scotland

February 8, 2018

It is interesting to see how the private rental sectors in both Wales and Scotland are becoming increasingly devolved from England. Landlords across the UK already have to be aware of over 160 Government statues and regulations for rental property, and now differing legislation, depending on where your properties are, is being added into the […] View article >

9 Unusual Kitchen Gadgets

February 7, 2018

The kitchen is often seen as the beating heart of the household. It’s the place the entire family congregates. Of course, preparing food is one of the most important tasks of the day and any way that you can find to lighten the load and speed up cooking time is going to be a godsend […] View article >

Looking For Your Ideal Home

January 29, 2018

Everyone wants their own personal palace, somewhere they can call home. Whether you are looking to buy a house or flat or have decided to rent, finding the ideal property is important. The last thing you want is to end up in a place that doesn’t really fit your needs or your expectations. Finding your […] View article >

5 Ways to Beat the January Blues

January 15, 2018

After all the fun of Christmas, the arrival of January can sometimes leave us feeling a little flat, we get back to the real world and return to work. If you’ve overspent and over-indulged during the festive period, there’s always a period of ‘recovery’ to endure. The weather can make a big difference too – […] View article >

Look Out for your Neighbours

January 10, 2018

With the days darker and colder, we can often forget about those around us. If you have elderly or vulnerable neighbours, there are a few things you can do during the winter months to ensure they keep safe. Older people don’t always need extra help, of course. Many are more than capable of looking after […] View article >

Alternative New Year Resolutions

January 5, 2018

It’s traditional to start the New Year off with a few resolutions. Of course, you’re going to change a few things and lead a better, more fulfilled life. That’s what resolutions are all about. The traditional options are to stop smoking, cut down the drinking, get fit and healthy or lose weight. Most of which […] View article >

Making New Year Resolutions That Stick

January 5, 2018

Most of us find it easy to come up with a New Year resolution or two. We’re going to: get out more, lose some weight, decorate the home or flat or give something up like smoking or drinking. Most of us, however, find it a lot more difficult to carry those resolutions through once the […] View article >

How to Store Christmas Decorations

January 2, 2018

Once Christmas is done and dusted and the New Year has been ushered in, you’ll need to take down all the Christmas decorations and return your home to normal. It can be tempting to rush through  the process of packing away for another year; scrunching up the lights, grabbing tinsel from the tree and tossing […] View article >