If you’re anything like most modern home owners, you’re busy. Heck, even if you’re renting, you’re probably busy and, as a rule of thumb, busy people don’t have much time. Makes sense, right? The time you DO have is likely better spent doing something enjoyable or important rather than using your free time to keep your home spotless. So, hmm, how to get more time to do the things you want to do or need to do without your place looking like a herd of yak have taken up residence instead of a rational human being? Why, you get someone to clean for you! You shouldn’t feel guilty about it, and here’s why.
From stinky dogs to whiffy feet, there are a whole host of factors that can bring an unpleasant aroma into your home. Bad smells in the house make it a nasty place to relax in, plus it also gives off a terrible impression to house guests. With so many different types of cleaning products and advice out there it can be tough to know what to do. We reveal how to get rid of those obnoxious odors and name several things that you should avoid if you want your home to smell gorgeous again.
We’ve all done it – started out with good intentions and managed to make a sow’s ear out of a silk purse. You’d think something as essential as cleaning would be a straightforward affair, but that’s far from the truth. There are many ways to mess up tidying up the mess and we’ve probably all made several of them, if not all!
Where would we be without music? In my day, any 18-20 year old worth their salt would have a transistor radio blaring out the top tunes from the local pirate radio station, for all to hear.
Luckily, (for us older folk) now, the kids have iPods, and those little hideaway earphones. All we have to put up with these days are the sporty Cleo’s and Golf’s screaming past with the boom, boom, boom of the base speakers heralding their arrival, five minutes before they arrive.