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Are Home Security Systems Really Worth It?

When you become a parent the most important thing to you is keeping your children safe. The ability to keep them from harm is
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Spring Cleaning Tips: Declutter Your Home with Ease

Although spring brings us warm weather and flowers, it also brings us the most hated thing in the world: spring cleaning. During winter, we
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Bathroom Makeovers: Simple Steps for Installing a New Vanity and Sink

The bathroom is one of the busiest and most overworked spaces in your home and this means that every now and again it could
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Some Essential Considerations if You are Planning to Renovate Your Bathroom

One thing that we often fail to realise about our bathrooms is this: it’s actually one of the most abused rooms in the home.
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4 Tips for Organizing Your Home

Cleaning your house is one thing, but organizing it is completely different. We all have a routine when it comes to home maintenance and
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No kidding . . . goats can be friendlier pets than cats

They are maligned for their washing line-masticating proclivities and mythologised for their troll head-butting talents but rarely have they been thought of as charming
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Chygurno, a fine example of what you can achieve in a Cornish garden  

Pet cats can be vilified for fouling neighbours’ gardens, killing birds and getting lost — but now an electronic cage that can prevent them
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Ideal plants for coastal gardens

Seaside gardens present their own challenges, but there are plants that will thrive in this unique climate
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Make your garden glorious this month — and beyond

Summer is almost at an end, which means it is time to prepare and beautify your plot for the cooler months ahead
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The sweet, sweet smell of home

Anticipating the moment when spring bursts to life can be a bit like waiting for a bus running to its own timetable, but I