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Dogs can easily add to your cost of living, particularly if you outsource the grooming to one of the many services now popping up throughout the subur
Now that summer is winding down it’s time to get your summer gear ready to put into storage.
As gadgets get smarter they are playing an increasing role in everyday life, particularly around our homes.
While our furry friends are an invaluable part of the family, they do require some maintenance when it comes to keeping the house clean.
What you imagine a room will look like from viewing a plan is often very different when the final build is complete.
Whether you’re leaving home for the first time, or installing a new kitchen in an old home there are ways to do so without breaking the bank.
A new dog or cat was the Christmas present du jour for Queensland families last year; a huge spike in RACQ Pet Insurance has revealed.
Here are some easy tips to follow when you are starting out in the garden for the first time.
Your home is usually your most valuable asset and it requires regular maintenance if it is to maintain its true value.
We all seem to have old picture frames in storage somewhere in the house, or can at least buy them cheaply from second hand stores.
Like no other plants on earth, weeds have the ability to grow and regrow no matter how hard you work to remove them.
If you’re not careful how you clean up after your dog, you can end up living in a virtual dog kennel, rather than a home for humans.
Decorating your home is easier than you think and doesn’t have to cost a small fortune.
Help protect our bee populations while creating a cool new feature for your garden.
If there’s one thing most of us would love to do it’s less cleaning around the home.
Denim is the material of the moment. Here’s why you should use it in your home.
An answer to the age old debate: is a cluttered desk the sign of a cluttered mind?
If you’re looking for ways to recycle food scraps or improve the quality of your home-grown veggies, then making your own compost is one of the easi
Here's an easy guide to fruit and vegetable that will thrive in your garden right now, according to Queensland weather conditions.
Every year the alleged experts predict what’s hot and what’s not in style trends, so we’ve picked over their lists and share some of the specula
With overnight temperatures reaching record levels in some parts of the country, this summer promises to be another hot one.
We’re not all gifted with the proverbial green thumb, but with a little advice and a few tips you can still grow a garden worthy of praise.
As temperatures rise and mosquitoes hatch in swarms, the danger of toxic chemicals loom in common household repellents.
Summer’s here, which means the outdoor entertainment season is in full swing and you’ll be looking for ways to make your BBQs and parties more fun
Ants are a pest you want to keep out of your indoor pot plants.
It's easy to make safe and effective homemade cleaners to clean your shower naturally.
There’s nothing like a clean house to match the metaphorical clean slate of the new year.
Brighten up your home with this stunning jewel of the summer garden.
Add some sizzle to your summer plans and give your friends and family a backyard BBQ to remember.
If you’ve decided to host a New Year’s Eve party, but don’t have much time to plan the event, don’t panic. Here are some quick and easy ways t
If your plants have become the latest cuisine for the crafty marsupials, try these tips to prevent your garden from being eaten.
These days everyone seems to be a selfie expert, but there are some tricks to taking the perfect headshot when you cannot afford a professional photog
Get creative this Christmas and retire the traditional plastic pine tree you have in storage.
It’s not easy being a parent these days. Not only are kids maturing physically, but the internet is exposing them to images and other content many p
Most people don’t realise they can grow a pineapple from the the piece they usually cut off when slicing the pineapple to eat. There are a couple of