What to do When You Can’t Pay Your Taxes

Tax trouble is a common phenomenon that occurs in the lives of millions of Americans. While we can dream that taxes would disappear, or that they wouldn’t exist at all, the reality is that we owe a responsibility to our country… and it has a price tag. Hard times befall the best of us and they usually have a lot to do with debt. From student loans, mortgages, credit cards and the likes of, to just about anything that can rack up money owed, debt can become a major problem in our lives. Unfortunately, while trying to manage all of our other payments we lose… [Read More]

Top DIY Jobs that Anybody Can Do

Having DIY skills is always a good thing. In fact, when you are able to get jobs done around the house yourself, you will soon see how easy it is for you to save time and money. If you are not good at DIY and if you want to try and expands your skill set then there are a few ways that you can do this, and the jobs listed below should be more than enough to get you started. Repainting Wooden Furniture Repainting or even refinishing wooden furniture is a fantastic alternative to buying brand new pieces. This is… [Read More]

Warming Up My Home Quicker With The Stanton RadBooster #Ad

Winter is coming and after the glorious summer we have just had with wall to wall sunshine, it is going to be hard to get used to the fact that we will be turning on the heating everyday again to warm our house. So when I was approached by Stanton RadBooster to try out their product I instantly thought yes, that will be perfect for my home. Our lounge is nearly 30 foot long and 15 foot wide. It does actually have two radiators in the room, but it seems to take forever to warm up completely, and this happens… [Read More]

Has Social Media Started To Have A Detrimental Effect On Our Youth?

Social media whether it be Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat or some other social media platform is now interwoven within the very fabric of our society. I have two questions about the validity of social media, and how we should be using these platforms. I wonder if we should be taking much notice of timelines that constantly bombard us with images of the perfect lives that many other people are seemingly living. Is it just fake, and not to be taken seriously? I think so. More importantly I have come to the conclusion that it is having a detrimental effect on… [Read More]

foobot Indoor Air Quality Monitor Review #ad

In today’s world we are now more aware than ever before about pollution and how it’s harming our planet and yes, as individuals we can help reduce the pollution as a collective of people, but of course this is going to take a lot of work, and effort from governments around the world. This actually got me thinking about what the air quality is like inside our home, and how much of the pollution in the outside world is also polluting the air inside our home, so when I was approached by Foobot to try out and review their air… [Read More]

When Do You Start Conversations About Sex Education With Your Children?

Come on then! Who has had these conversations, or do you shy away from conservations about sex? It’s that subject that parents still get embarrassed talking about with their children, but at what age do you start educating your children about sex? Let’s be brutally honest, schools and the education system are letting our children down with their idea of sex education as it will quite possibly involve an hour in year six of primary school, which is totally inadequate. Wouldn’t you agree? All you end getting is children either embarrassed or sniggering in the when they hear the word… [Read More]

The Kitchen It’s The Hub Of Our Home

When I was growing up the one room that everybody in our home always congregated in was the kitchen. It was simply the hub of our home where everybody caught up with each other and chatted about their day and of course sat down for our evening meal together as a family. This is something that has now transferred to our home and our children. We often sit down and chat about the girls day at school, but the girls love to cook and the kitchen has consequently become an important room in our home now that I am a… [Read More]

Loft Conversion: We Need More Room!

We are currently living in a two bedroom detached bungalow. There are four of us living here; my wife, myself and our six year old twin girls. Obviously my wife and I share a bedroom. and our six year old twin girls also share a bedroom, but this is where the issue is. As the girls are growing up and their personalities and characters are changing and developing, it is becoming more obvious that they are wanting their own space. This means that the time has come to make some big decisions about our home. I think it’s safe to… [Read More]