It is no surprise that children get bored easily and fast! The best way to keep your child oohing and awing over their room is to make it a space they can call their own. Bright colours, functional storage and their personal touch, can turn any dull room into your child’s hideaway and paradise.
Life can be one big rush. Some mornings we just don't have the time to slow down. We scurry around trying to do everything before we have to leave for work or school, and sometimes we end up missing a few things because there’s simply not enough time or worse, we don’t remember.
It’s that time of year again when you break out your ornaments and make it a very merry affair. As early as October, we’ve seen holiday decorations slowly being hung everywhere we turn. Before you go crazy, shopping for every decorative item under the sun trying to show off your holiday spirit, perhaps you can consider creating some on your own. Since the season is all about family and spending quality time together, you can use D-I-Y projects as an opportunity to bond. Here are some easy to do and inexpensive ideas to create with your loved ones:
Every household with a bundle of joy knows it's important to keep a baby safe. Maybe bubble wrapping the whole house is not a viable option, but leaving your house a danger zone is just as problematic. So how can you effectively baby-proof your home? Here are a few tips and tricks:
Let’s face it, living on a hill, overlooking Jamaica sounds like a dream we all want to be a part of. Well, here are a few things to note about Red Hills:
Whether you work from home or have after-work duties, an awesome home office is great. Here are six steps to creating your own home office:
Making your home more energy efficient can only mean one thing: more money in your pocket. From controlling your lights at home through a mobile app to investing in smart appliances that cut down on energy use and costs, there's an array of high-tech options on the market that you can use to make your home more sustainable.
A family’s grocery bill often depends on what they buy, how many they buy and what brands they choose at the store. But the hike in food prices also contributes to groceries being at the top of the household expenses list.
It's tough to be attuned with nature every day when the city life limits the interactions we get to enjoy. Convenience marries Mother Nature at Forest Ridge in St. Andrew.
Forest Ridge has a combination of units that will excite every customer.
Does investing in real estate pay off? The debate continues, some say buying a home is a smart move, but uncertain economic times cause others to see buying a home as high risk. But investing in a home is always a wise financial decision - as long as you make a sound choice, purchasing a house with characteristics that make it marketable.
1. Your home is a major life investment.
That's right. You will always need somewhere to live; you might as well own it. Think of your future and the stability you would like to offer to yourself and your family. Starting early and remaining disciplined means that someday rent will no longer be an expense, and you can rest assured that when you pay off your mortgage, you will have a permanent and comfortable space of your own. Changes or increases in your income can happen throughout your career, which can make your first-home mortgage even more manageable eventually.