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100+ engaging, non-cringe things for teens to do at home

100+ engaging, non-cringe things for teens to do at home

These things for teens to do at home are here to remind you that you are a creative, interesting, curious person. You can find ways to stay occupied and engaged, no matter how long you have to spend at home. While usually you can phone a friend to chopper you out of...

5-minute decluttering tips to start conquering your mess

5-minute decluttering tips to start conquering your mess

Before the tiny folder Marie Kondo came on the scene, there was Leo Babauta's  simplicity and decluttering tips. He's passionate about sharing decluttering tips and way back in 2008 he shared this post on his blog Zen Habits. This is how you start...

A quick guide to organise daily family life (once and for all)

A quick guide to organise daily family life (once and for all)

This quick guide to organise daily family life is part of our quick guide to life series. Short, sharp advice that tackles the pain points of parenting. The overwhelm of daily family life comes swift and mercilessly. One minute we feel like we've got this, the next we...

A quick guide to organise family clutter (and keep it gone)

A quick guide to organise family clutter (and keep it gone)

This quick guide to organise family clutter is part of our quick guide to life series. Short, sharp advice that tackles the pain points of parenting. Clutter scratches at my mind. I’m not a minimalist by any stretch of the imagination, but without clear...

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