Selling Your Home? How to Give Your Home the Wow Factor

Two generation family looking at a house for sale

Two generation family looking at a house for sale

Source This time of year is an absolute prime time to sell your home. It is usually between the new year and Easter that potential buyers go out looking for a new place. Of course, people go house-shopping all year round, but at this time, the market is particularly full of traffic. So if you have been thinking of selling your home – or you are doing so now – then this is a good time to do it. Continue reading →

4 Things You Can Do To Make Your Community Safer For Your Kids

bbbbbFlickr

It’s easy to make little adjustments to your home to make it safer for your children. But what about the outside world? You might think it’s a hard task, but there is a surprising amount you can do. So, if you worry every time your kids are outside playing, read on. I’m going to take you through four things you can try to improve your community space. Continue reading →

How To Check Tire Pressure

tire pressure

Check Tire Pressure?

Every car owner would like to experience and enjoy the benefits of having a car. But you need to take good care of it as well so the components function properly and you don’t have to deal with too many car-related issues. One of them is to keep tabs on tire pressure, which allows safer driving and higher fuel efficiency.

Continue reading →

Keeping Your Home Safe For The Kids

familygroup

Pic Source

When you have kids, you immediately start to think about protecting them and keeping them safe. You might think when they are in your home there is no need. They are already far out of harm’s reach. But you might be surprised. There may be a lot of dangers in your home that you simply haven’t yet considered. Here are the top dangers that could be in your home and how to fix them to protect your children’s welfare. Continue reading →

A Mom’s Guide To Throwing A Child-Friendly Dinner Party

The holidays are just around the corner (where has the time gone!) which means one thing; it’s time to party. A big part of the festive season is spending time celebrating with your friends and family. The lead up to Christmas is often filled with party after party, and lots of nights out.

While this may have excited you pre-children, now that you’re a mom, you may not want to go out partying. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t celebrate the upcoming holidays with your nearest and dearest. Continue reading →