Baking Soda and Vinegar are the two substances that can make your life easier...
Moving away from the use of toxic chemicals for doing those various chores in your home can only be a good thing. You can change to a range of naturally produced cleaning products or you can save money by using white vinegar and baking soda instead which are totally natural and toxin free.
We all want to make our homes as comfortable and as safe as possible so if you are planning any changes to your own home, take the time to consider the amount of glazing you will be including. This is because it is now proven that natural light and fresh air can encourage a healthy and happy home.
Here in the UK, air purifiers and ultraviolet light are being tested in schools in a pilot scheme to tackle the spread of viruses in confined spaces. Find out more about air purifiers and how they can help in the home too.
Of course, many people dislike insects and perhaps would not be too concerned about their decline in numbers but, if we really give it some thought, we will start to realize what an important part they play in the eco system.
Aerosol products account for a high percentage of all VOC emmisions in the western world with the average person in high-income countries using an some ten aerosol cans every year - and most of these contain VOCs. Is it not time to do something about this?
Since the 1950s, many gardens (especially in the Western World) have had to have a well kept lawn as their focal point with gardeners going to great lengths to cut their grass every week - and to keep it neat and tidy with not a weed in sight. But in these times of greater awareness about all things environmental, is this still the right way to garden?
With more and more of the world's office workforce now working from home at least part of the time, don't you owe it to yourself, your comfort and your wellbeing to have a really good space to achieve your full potential? We share our top ten tips on how you can plan this...