Home & Garden

15 June 2020

How to Keep Your Orchids Blooming Through Summer

Struggling to stop your orchids from wilting? Direct sunlight and high temperatures can wreak havoc on our most popular indoor plant, and so a major orchid grower is advising flower ...

3 May 2020

Quiz: Can you name the houseplant?

Are your window sills lined with greenery? Do you have a habit of spending all your spare cash on succulents? Can you easily devote hours to scrolling through #plantsofinstagram and ...

30 April 2020

5 Ways to Tap Into Interiors Inspiration During Lockdown

The decor, pattern and colour we bring into our homes is often influenced by the things we see beyond our own four walls, when we're out and about. Statement pieces ...

25 April 2020

Obsessed with home interior design

If you’re obsessed with the world of interiors, you find beauty in a scatter cushion strategy, your heart races over the perfect ornament assembly and you sometimes get emotional when ...
25 April 2020

Obsessed with home interior design

If you’re obsessed with the world of interiors, you find beauty in a scatter cushion strategy, your heart races over the perfect ornament assembly and you sometimes get emotional when ...
1 April 2020

Minimalism: Seven things to declutter in the month of April

Now we are well into Spring, you may have already started your cleaning and decluttering, however you may not have tackled all areas of your home just yet. Here are ...

29 March 2020

Minimalism: Seven ways you can minimise when you can’t leave the house

If you are in the middle of your decluttering journey and were regularly removing objects from your home or you like to control the flow of items in and out ...

25 March 2020

Minimalism: Eight reasons why lockdown is the perfect excuse to declutter

If you are in lockdown and struggling to think of things to pass the time, why not consider decluttering? Here are just some of the reasons why it might be ...

23 March 2020

Seven things you don't miss once you become a minimalist

As more and more people start to declutter and minimise to fill in their time during lockdown, here are some things you won’t miss once you reach the end of ...

22 March 2020

Coronavirus: How the pandemic is causing us to live a more minimalist lifestyle

Now that the UK is officially in lockdown, our behaviours are having to become more minimalist with each new day... if you don't believe me- here are some examples of ...

19 March 2020

Seven things to do in the garden in March

Spring is starting, bringing with it warmer weather and lighter, longer days. Drifts of bright yellow Daffodils give us all some much needed hope that brighter days are on the ...
19 March 2020

Coronavirus: Seven things you can do around the home while you’re self isolating

Now you have more time on your hands at home, there may be some things you’ve been meaning to do but haven’t got around to. Here are just a few ...

27 February 2020

Toddler's room: Seven things you can declutter now

Once your little one grows from being a baby into a toddler, there are several things you can let go of following this transition. Here are a few items you ...
26 February 2020

Minimalism: Seven things you don't have to own to enjoy

In a world of over consumption- we are programmed to believe that we have to own everything we want to use, enjoy or take part in- but the reality is ...

25 February 2020

Why minimalism is an ongoing process and not a one time activity

Some people might be under the impression that once you have minimised, that is it- you are done for the rest of your life. Sadly, that isn’t the case, minimalism ...

24 February 2020

Minimalism: Seven tips for minimising wrapping cost and storage

If you are someone who has an area in your home for paper, bows, ribbons, tags and bags- here are our top tips for keeping this to a minimum so ...

24 February 2020

New homeowner checklist: Three key issues to plan for

Getting yourself a new home is never an easy decision or process. But with careful planning, everything from buying to renovating can be dealt with free of hassle and stress. ...
20 February 2020

Love Your Pet Day: 10 Fun and ethically-conscious ways to celebrate

The Valentine's Day festivities may be over, but that doesn't mean the love has to stop! This Saturday, February 20 is Love Your Pet Day, an international celebration to show ...

12 February 2020

Minimalism: The six types of minimalist- which one are you?

While reading this, you might identify with one or even a few of these minimalist types, both of which is fine, it’s merely an exercise in identifying which areas of ...

6 February 2020

Minimalism: Seven challenges to help you declutter

If you enjoy decluttering, any of the following methods will fill you with joy, however, if you find the whole process a bit of a drag, here are some fun ...

1 February 2020

Seven things you can declutter in February

As we head into a new month- it’s the perfect time to reassess your things. If you didn’t start your decluttering process last month- dont worry, use February as a ...

27 January 2020

Female First's top 100 clutter free gifts

If you are tired of buying material gifts for those you love and would rather give them something that will create memories and offer them experiences as opposed to stuff- ...
27 January 2020

Minimalism: Seven things you can declutter in the fourth week of January

You’ve made it! You’ve likely had your first paycheck since Christmas and i’m guessing you feel a huge sense of relief that you have some money in your account again. ...

22 January 2020

Minimalism: The only things you should be storing in your loft/attic

Many people use their loft or attic as a catch all for anything they don’t like the look of or can’t make up their mind about. It is really only ...