Those of us with glass shower doors know the struggle: You got 'em because they're clear and pretty and visually spacious. Then, like, a week goes by,...
Le sigh, the magical months of summer are drawing to a close. And while they've left us with a pretty serious desire to relocate to the beach, they've...
I usually soak dirty pots and pans overnight in the sink in some soapy water, but the next morning, I still find myself scrubbing away to get that grease off. How annoying! This cleaning hack is a serious time saver, and it works so well!
The well-intentioned advice of family or friends may not cover EVERYTHING about being the parent of a young child. Heck some of the parenting books may not cover all of it.
Take a look at your desk and remove everything that you don't use everyday and keep your knickknacks to a minimum -- just a cluster of flowers, a special object, and a few beautiful desk accessories are all you need.
You may be doing a great job at cleaning your countertops, floors and bathrooms, but when it comes to keeping your home truly clean and healthy (especially healthy!), there may be a few things you are missing.
Not only does having clothes strewn about everywhere look unsightly, it's also incredibly inefficient. The 9 simple hacks below will transform your mess into a lean, mean, coordinated machine so you can actually wear what you've spent your hard-earned cash on.
Our little-sister site, TheSnug.com, surfaces what's trending in DIY and decor. The most viral thing on the site, hands down? "How to Fold a Fitted Sheet" from the authority on all things home, Martha Stewart.
Hang around our offices long enough and you'll hear someone say "cleaning is a spiritual act." You'll try to figure out if they're kidding, but you ...
It's time to turn your attention to the things you touch every day, like your smartphone, computer keyboard and/or yoga mat. Guess what? They're pretty gross. Here's how to get these items squeaky clean.
Cleaning the toilet is one of the most dreaded household tasks. There's nothing glamorous about it, but if you use Coke, it'll turn the messy chore into a simple task.
I admire all the mothers and fathers who nurture and respect the home by cleaning and organizing. But some of us may benefit from letting go of a few tasks, to then benefit from being creative in other ways.
On a scale of one to tidy, we'd give ourselves about a seven. We put used socks in the hamper. When we spill coffee grounds all over the floor, we generally sweep them up. But is there more we could be doing? Yes. Always
What includes a sprig of mint, a twist of citrus, and packs a real punch in every room of the house? Here's a hint: It's better suited to a spray bottle than a cocktail glass.
Tools, toys, bikes, junk and more junk; does this sound like your garage? If you're stacking boxes to the ceiling, cramming tools into bins or overflowing with old furniture you meant to donate last year, it's time to make a change.
If you're approaching a spring cleaning of your home this year, why not consider these effective all-natural cleaning alternatives?