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Thursday, November 2, 2017

Making Memories Last: Neat Ideas for Family Keepsakes - s post

Childhood is a veritable treasure trove of memories. It seems but the blink of an eye and one’s offspring have grown from wailing infants in cots to college-bound football and girl-crazy young men on the precipice of adulthood (and raring to go, too). Where did the time go and how often did the batteries fail in the video camera or the familial photographer have an unsteady hand, so everyone seemed blurry that wonderful vacation way back when? These questions are rhetorically asked, but when the children fly the nest time unfolds itself into a more languorous entity (you did well, it seems to say; here’s a bonus round), and it is then that those memories collected over the years can be transformed into tangible keepsakes to pass down through the family from generation to generation.

#1 The Quilt
There is perhaps no more American tradition than the quilt. An historical document in itself, a family quilt is priceless. However, the modern take on this stretches that concept of history and is, essentially, twofold: printing photos onto material and then patch-working from there, or cutting up old baby and childhood clothes to use those pieces (so very full of memories) for the squares. What better gift to receive then a quilt covered in cherished photographs of loved ones or a patterning of touch-memory significance? A sewing machine is a must, but craft stores offer lessons these days and machines for hire, too.

#2 The Wall-Mounted Collage
Not everyone is handy with textiles and a needle and thread, nor does the artistic touch bless the masses. To this end, the collage maker evolved. Man, woman, and child are capable of creating a collage, blending photographs with souvenirs such as postcards and that gem-colored wrapper from that delicious chocolate given you so long ago by a child who at the time would rather have sacrificed an arm than share their candy. Once in place, additions such as paint and other 3D effects help to make the collage all the more vivid and eye-catching (though no effort will be needed for the recipient to recognize the meaning in each parts’ inclusion).

#3 The Scrapbook
Similar to the collage, is scrapbooking. Though digital scrapbooking is on the rise, tangible, real life scrapbooking is possible for anyone. Just as apps like Chatbooks have seen the need for faster photo collation in the digital age of camera phones (and the slow process of downloading cherished images), scrapbooking harks back to a time when one had to wait for film to be developed at photographic stores and the subsequent pleasure taken in finding just the right order of placement in a carefully chosen album.

Scrapbooking, indeed, expands on that near-forgotten endeavor and lends itself to collage-type additions such as old movie theater stubs and bus tickets from long-ago road trips, while also being open to near quilt-like proportions of creativity in the option to choose to build the book itself from scratch, or to purchase one to be filled with your family’s own personal memories to be looked upon and enjoyed for many years to come.

Friday, October 13, 2017

How Your Family Can Get the Most Out of its All-Inclusive Vacation - s post

When you’re looking for an all-inclusive family vacation, you should be looking for quality service, activities for the children, and of course, value for money. There are many ways that your family can get the most out of its all-inclusive vacation, and return home knowing that all those months of saving were worth every penny. 

When we think of an all-inclusive family vacation we instantly think of a holiday resort, but there are options to consider, like cruises, glamping, and more. This guide will apply to them all.
Here are our top six tips for you to see how your family can get the most out of its all-inclusive vacation.

1) Find One With Activities Included

All all-inclusive vacation options include meals and accommodations, but there are many package deals that include activities too. We’re not just talking activities for the kids but there's a whole host of things to do for the adults too. From yoga session, tennis clubs, couple’s dancing sessions and more. As for the children, there are kids camps galore, offering pizza making, reggae music sessions, treasure hunts, and other fun stuff, depending upon the resort. 

To maximise what your family gets out of your vacation be sure to find a resort that offers activities as part of the all-inclusive package. 

2) Fit It To Your Style

Every family is different. Some love a high-end luxury, others are super eco-conscious and want the most organic experience possible. There is a style of resort or all-inclusive hotel deal to suit you and your family’s style.

Picking a style of vacation that suits you helps you get the most out of your time away as you’ll feel relaxed and within your comfort zone. Moreover, you are more likely to make friends or holiday buddies for you’re of the same ilk. 

3) Look For Evening Entertainment 

Just because the sun has gone down and the beach has closed for the day doesn't mean that the fun has to stop. Many resorts offer a whole array of different evening entertainment options for you to enjoy as a family. Alternatively, if you fancy some couple’s time, send the children to the kid’s show and enjoy the adult entertainment before reconvening at bedtime. 

Enjoying the evening entertainment is a great way for your family to make the most of your all-inclusive vacation by spending quality time together and making memories. At the live music sessions get up and dance, on karaoke night get up and sing as a family or get all dressed up and head to the fine dining restaurant for a touch of the high life. 

5) Find One That’s Specifically For Families

This is bigger than some people think, and many have made the mistake. Before you book, make sure your resort or hotel is family-friendly. This is pretty easy to do.

Most family friendly resorts advertise as such on their sites, while the adults-only all-inclusives market for couples. It’s an easy distinction to spot, but it’s also an easy one to overlook. Don’t go to a couple’s paradise with your wife and three kids.

Go to a resort that will be accommodating to your family. 

4) Spend Time Together and Apart

The joy of an all-inclusive family holiday is the freedom to be together as a family unit and apart as parents and children. Parents have to relax too, and this aspect gives them the option for some one-on-one time. 

The kid's clubs will keep your children happy and active throughout the day while you and your partner can spend some quality time together by taking a beach walk or enjoying a couple’s massage. 

Dad can spend time with son and mom can spend time with daughter, and vice versa. Your children get some quality one-to-one time with their parents, too. This is an underrated, but important aspect to all-inclusive vacations. 

5) Scrap the Diet

On an all-inclusive holiday, there are so many food options available to you, some more healthy than others. 

To help you get the most out of your all-inclusive vacation, stop counting the calories. This will help you relax, and feel less self-conscious. By allowing yourself to indulge in foods you wouldn’t normally allow yourself to have, you not only get better value for money but you’ll also feel more like you’re on holiday…because you are.

Head with the children to the kid’s dessert corner and stock up on ice cream and sprinkles. They’ll thank you for joining in with the sugary fun too. 

6) Drink Up

Now, we’re not saying that you should fill your boots with the free booze every night, but with unlimited complimentary cocktails, wines and beers on tap, you’d be a fool not to have a tipple or two on your vacation. 

If you and your partner want to have more than a glass or two then book yourself one of the hotel’s babysitters to look after your little ones for you. You can relax knowing that they’re looked after, tucked up in bed and you can enjoy the full range of cocktails on the menu.

Worried about a hangover? Book the kids into kids club the following morning and recommence full on family time in the afternoon.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

How to Tell If Your Teen Has a Drinking or Drug Problem - s post

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism states that underage drinking is a serious health concern. In statistics published by the NIAAA, 7.7 million youth, ages 12 to 20, admitted to drinking alcohol in 2015.

Overcoming addiction is a process, whether the addiction is to drugs, alcohol, or other substances. But the first line of defense comes from recognizing signs of addiction.

Here’s what to look for to determine if your teen has a drinking or drug problem.

1. Physical signs.

The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence provides advice on physical signs that could be telling. The first step is to observe your teen's appearance. Does he or she have blood-shot eyes? Or are his or her pupils larger or smaller than usual? These are frequent markers of substance abuse and should be monitored if other red flags are raised.

Other physical signs to monitor include abnormal sleep patterns. For example, insomnia or sleeping throughout the day. One's appetite fluctuates as well when using drugs, so keep an eye out for sudden weight gain or weight loss.

If your teen develops a tremor, the shakes, strange speech patterns, or seems impaired, get help immediately.

2. Mood swings and abnormal behavior.

Mood swings are a common occurrence in teens. But if the mood swings become more pronounced and erratic, the fault could lie with substance abuse.

Watch for behavior that is outside of the norm. For example, if your teen has always been more outgoing, and she suddenly withdraws and isolates herself from her former circle of friends. This may be cause for concern. The opposite can also be true. For instance, if your teen has always been the shyer type, but suddenly seems to have new friends.

Teens who are using will try to hide this fact and will often ask for locks to be put on their door, or demand more privacy. Of course, children at this age are developing more independence, and part of this is the desire for privacy. But if your teen avoids eye contact, or appears secretive, this could be a sign of something more than teenage independence.

3. Behavior at school.

As parents of teens, a large part of a teenager's life is spent at school. So a parent must rely on the reports of teachers, whether their child skips classes, and the teen's grades. If you see a marked decline in grades or class attendance, these should raise immediate red flags in your mind and cause you to investigate further. Similarly, if your teen's teacher talks to you about your teen's behavior.

Other markers of possible drug use are when there is a change in who your teen hangs out with at school. If your teen's circle of friends changes suddenly, it would not hurt to inquire after the cause.

4. Stealing and lying.

Do you find yourself coming up short on cash, or are valuables going missing from your house? In order to support a drug or alcohol related problem, teens require money. If their access to money is limited, they may resort to stealing in order to get money to fund their drug or alcohol use. So if your teen has been caught stealing, there could be more going on under the surface.

Feel your teen has been lying to you more frequently than usual? There may be more going on that the teen wants to hide from you, outside of the average amount of teenage secrecy. Lying about where he or she was, or what he or she was doing also becomes a frequent occurrence when teens are on drugs or have an alcohol problem.

5. Unusual clothing choices and personal upkeep.

Has your teen has taken to wearing a lot of perfume or cologne? When previously he or she never did before? Or has she started to use air freshener in her room? Your teen might be trying to hide a binge drinking session. Has your teen always been fastidious with his or her clothing choices and suddenly cares little about how he or she looks? These signs could give you cause to take a closer look at your teen's emotional and mental state.

If you begin to suspect something is off with your child, dig deeper. A parent's job is not to be the most likable person in your teen's life. Rather, the responsibility of a parent is to teach their teen how to make good choices. And protect them from bad choices that could lead to devastating consequences. 

Thursday, October 5, 2017

How to Be a Strong Caregiver When Someone in Your Family Falls Ill - s post

Accidents, sickness, and ailments are part of being a parent, despite our best intentions and precautions. When children or your spouse falls ill, it is left to the last parent standing to take care of the others. And the stress, if not prepared for such an event, can take an emotional and physical toll. But having coping strategies and a plan in place will help you weather the storm without succumbing to the stress that such events often bring.

Here are some tips that will help you be a good caregiver to your sick child or spouse all while staying on an even keel.

1. Consider if you need outside help.

Parents are used to fixing problems and being the person their kids can turn to when they have questions or need help. When your children are sick, all your instincts to nurture will be on overdrive. It is natural to want to spend every waking moment at your sick family member’s sickbed. And when you do take time away to do other necessary things, you may be plagued with guilt. Consider hiring a home health care service to step in if the sickness looks like it will take longer than a week for full recovery. Depending on the accident or illness, your sick family member may benefit from professional help. Or see if a family relative can come and help for a time.

2. Understand that this will be an emotional time for all.

Being sick is no fun for anyone. And if the sick family member is of a young age, it can be especially trying. Your child may cry, which will likely cause you to feel helpless and overwhelmed. At these moments, it is helpful to gain perspective by understanding that being sick is an emotionally trying time for all. Everyone's nerves are frayed. Expect that at some point you or your sick family member might lose your temper, feel impatient, or out of sorts. These feelings are to be expected. Understanding this will help you be more forgiving of yourself and those affected by the illness.

3. Find a way to keep calm.

Finding 30 minutes where you can take a walk, call a friend, or drink a cup of coffee away from the sick room will go far to soothe your nerves. Doing so will allow you to be that calm presence your sick child or spouse needs. Figure out what can be arranged so that you can take a short daily break. If the illness is long term, then this becomes doubly important to do.

4. Manage your fears and feelings of overwhelm.

Fear and overwhelm are common emotional responses when a parent finds themselves taking care of a sick family member. These emotions, however, are not very productive and can take a toll on your overall health and well-being. How can you manage your fears in a productive way? Fight fear with knowledge. Learn everything you can about your child's sickness. Talk with other parents who have gone through the same situation you are in now. When you are actively doing something, your fear has less room to breathe and cause you anxiety.

For feelings of overwhelm, remember the first point on this list: Ask for help. Whether from your family, or through hiring a caregiver. Now is also not the time to say yes to putting more on your plate at work. Simplify your life as much as possible so that the number of decisions you need to make is reduced. You can always readjust your priorities down the line when things return to normal, but for now cut the non-essential.

5. Keep to a schedule.

Even though your child is sick, both you and he or she will benefit from sticking to a daily schedule. While the time might not be broken into school hours anymore, you can still have a plan of ways to pass the time. For example, in the morning, your child reads or studies (if possible, depending on the sickness), and in the afternoon a time slot for gaming or TV. Prepare fun things to do each day so that your sick family member has something to look forward to. With your spouse, or with your children, brainstorm ideas of activities your children can do while in bed to help pass the time.

Keep in mind, the stronger you are – both physically and emotionally – the better-quality care you will be able to give to your sick family member. 

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Don’t Let Bullies Affect Your Child’s Mental Health - s post

Every parent knows that at some point his or her kid will face bullying. It is as much a right of growing up as is learning to ride a bike, or getting your first kiss. Unfortunately, in recent years bullying, and cyberbullying especially, has become more of a serious problem. Kids are faced with the possibility of near constant derision because of social media. It can be hard for some kids to escape that cycle.

As a parent you can take steps to help your child overcome bullies. We all want our kids to grow up strong and good. It is a parent’s responsibility to stop the symptoms of bullying and equip their children with the abilities to overcome it. It is a problem but not one that should rule your or your child’s life.

Common Signs of Bullying

If you can spot the signs of bullying in your child, you have already won half the battle. It may seem obvious but often these signs can go unnoticed for weeks or months at a time. Common physical signs can include unexplained bruises, bumps or cuts, as well as appearing to be depressed, sad or mood. Other symptoms to look out for include more time spent alone, a decrease in friends, a decline in grades of schoolwork and no longer enjoying school in general. Victims of bullying often take alternate routes to school or ask to “stay home” frequently.

More extreme examples include loss of appetite, physical sickness, trouble falling asleep and recurring nightmares. Many of these symptoms overlap, and sometimes work independently of each other, and could be linked to other issues separate from bullying. Still, knowing that these symptoms could be the result of bullying is the first step in helping your child.

What You Can Do

The number one thing you can do to find out if your child is being bullied or not is listen to them. Too often parents fall into the same traps as their kids do. Whether it’s being endlessly attached to social media, or too busy with work, the result is a lack of communication between parent and child.

Engaging in conversations, and listening without judgement when your child is speaking can increase the chance of you finding out whether he or she is being bullied. Often kids will test the waters, revealing a little bit of information without telling the whole story to see how a parent will react. A quick negative reaction can shut down avenues of communication. Being an active listener, by asking open-ended questions can go a long way.

Once you know your child is being bullied there are some easy common-sense steps to take. First Talking to the teacher or school counselor is a good place to start. They can give you insight to how your child or the bully normally conducts themselves in the classroom. Make sure you are specific in describing the actions the bully is doing to your child. Almost all schools have a code of conduct you can refer to. Use this to check if the school is doing what they are supposed to, which should be providing a safe environment for your child to learn in. Keep records of incidents, emails, and communication with any school officials. It could come in handy if things aren’t solved and you need to turn to legal help.

In some cases, parents are left with little choice but to pursue legal action. If harassment is not stopping, then using whatever legal means you can to end the bullying is necessary. Often it is the parents of the bully child that are on the hook for his or her actions. Showing that you are willing to pursue a personal injury claim, and hold the parents responsible for their kid’s behavior, can be motivation enough for parents to step in. Compensation can differ depending on the specifics of each case, so again it is important to keep a detailed record of everything that is said between you, your child, the school and any communication with the bully or their family. You can contact your local attorney, such as Ghozland Law Firm, an auto injury attorney in Diamond Bar that also specializes in personal injury cases, to find out what legal action you can take.

To Fight or Not to Fight?

For many parents the solution to bullying is simple, especially when it comes to boys. Stand up for yourself, and if a kid hits you then you hit back twice as hard. I know I was raised this way, and it can be true under specific circumstances. It can be worth it to teach your kids how to defend themselves. However, this approach also fails to identify the modern aspects of bullying. The big kid stealing lunch money and doling out wedgies still does exist, but the most destructive bullying you see nowadays is more psychological. The ubiquitous nature of social media means kids can experience bullying 24/7. You are better off improving your kid’s self-esteem and teaching them to think and believe in themselves than how to throw a right hook. Too often kids are left to deal with the consequences of being they are told they are inferior and worthless, without any tools to combat that negativity. Its ok to teach your kids to defend themselves, but be aware that might just be the tip of the iceberg.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

How to Teach Children to Clean Their Rooms - S Post

Being a parent is a lot of hard work and can be a little overwhelming at times, so while cleaning seems to always be needed, having one less room to clean would be a blessing. Teaching your child how to clean their own room can be a great way to make everything more manageable while also teaching them responsibility. Cleaning a whole room can be a big task for a child, so here are some ways to teach them without overwhelming them.

Start with Small Tasks

In school, you don’t jump into adding larger numbers together before you learn the small ones, and just like in math, there are many components that go into cleaning a room that a child might not understand.It’s important to teach children how to do smaller tasks first, like pulling their comforter all the way up to their pillows, or putting away their toys when they’re done playing. If they don’t know how to do a task, like hanging clothes on a hanger, make sure you show them how it’s done.

Use Pictures to Help

Depending on how old your child is when you’re teaching them how to clean their room, it may be easier to show a picture of how to do something. If there is a box for blocks in their room, put a picture of a block above the bin it goes in so your child remembers. You could also utilize diagrams with arrows to show your child how to make their bed or hang up clothes.

Teach Them to Clean as They Play

This concept can be a trickier to teach, but once children learn how to clean up after themselves when they’re done playing, it’ll make cleaning their room easier for them. If you have to clean up after them, you can take whatever toys you had to clean up and keep them somewhere. Your child can get them back once they’ve done a chore or two. It may not work the first time, but it’s a start to teaching them to pick up after they’re done playing.

Make it Fun

Cleaning your room isn’t a fun task for most, so find something to help make cleaning something your child wants to do. There are different clean up songs you can teach your child, or rhymes to get them to remember to tidy their room. You can come up with a game with prizes to make cleaning more fun.

Have Patience with Them

Remember that your child is learning, so don’t expect perfection on the first try. Be encouraging, and tell them how proud you are of them for trying and then correct them on something if they messed up on it. Let your child know it’s okay to forget or mess up; they just need to try again so they can learn.

Having your child clean their own room will make them accountable for the messes they make. Your child will also learn tasks that will help them later in life, like putting a shirt on a hanger or organizing their toys. There will be less mess for you to worry about and you’ll all be better off because of it!

This is a guest post by Michael from, a home improvement brand that helps people save money on replacement parts.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Finding Someone That's Being Authentic During Your Dentist Search - s post

A dentist’s role is more than just cleaning teeth and telling you to floss more. Your dentist is also the guide to handling your oral health. This plays a major role in your quality of life. And let’s not forget the fact that oral health issues can also be related to or indicators for other health conditions. However, especially if you are bringing special needs or another situation into the mix you will need to find the right fit. One of the most important qualities across the board, though, is authenticity. Why is this so, and what can you do?

The Dentist Search

Before starting your search, perhaps one of the best things you could do is put yourself in a dentist’s shoes. What is going to be your priority? Letting people knowing about your expertize? Providing insight on your background and about your staff? Maybe showing how your prices stack up? According to data from the American Dental Association, 59% of adults indicated that they forgo dental care due to cost, 22% because they are afraid of the dentist, and 19% because they cannot find a convenient location or appointment time. After all, a dental practice is a business, and as the person running the business, a dentist may feel tugged in many different directions to try and get the most clientele. The reason that we’re bringing this up is that you want to have the right mindset before starting your search.

Now, let’s move onto the actual search itself. The best way to help you figure out what dentist to use is a recommendation. Ideally, this would be someone close to you with an opinion you trust, but if this isn’t a viable option, consider asking your family doctor/pharmacist, or contact your local or state dental society. The American Dental Association offers a list of these on its website. Should you not be able to get a recommendation, the best thing to do is going to be searching for the websites of local dentists on your own. Depending on your area, this may mean a lot of things to search from, but in general, the quality of a website counts for more than you may think. After all, a dental practice is a business, and more and more businesses use their websites to make a first impression. If a website looks poor, are their priorities really in the right place? Don’t ignore your gut feelings. However, there’s another side to this coin as well. Don’t like a slick design make up for lacking information, for example. What information is this? We’ll get to that in a moment.

What Not To Miss

As we mentioned before, price, distance, and fear are the three main reasons that people stay away from the dentist, and chances are that any dentist website worth its salt will at least have a section to address at least the first two concerns on this list. However, there are a lot of different pieces and questions that you will want to have in mind during your dentist search.

  • What are the dentist’s hours? This ties into distance a bit. After all, a dentist office may be open during hours that work for you, but if you have a huge commute and they aren’t open weekends, what seems convenient may suddenly be just the opposite.
  • What are the dentist’s qualifications/specific areas of expertise? Depending on your oral health, you may have certain needs, and you want to make sure that your dentist is a good match.
  • Does the dentist take your insurance? This may seem like an obvious question, but no one wants to be on the hook for more money than they thought. Be diligent.
  • Is emergency care an option? It may pay to find if your dentist is also an emergency dentist, rather than be surprised one way or the other in a dire situation.

There are many major details that people may have on their mind during a search for a dentist, which, depending on your situation, can be mildly annoying, a major headache, or a serious issue. However, it’s easy to fall into the trap of taking everything presented as gospel without doing your new diligence. No, every dentist is not out to get your money. However, different people have different needs, and you don’t want to see a dentist who advertises themselves one way while their pros and cons may lie elsewhere. For this reason, no matter your needs, authenticity is something that no one wants to miss out on when doing their dentist search.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Eco-friendly Ideas to Clean Your House -- Guest post

After a long day at work or at school, it's nice to come home to a clean and fresh house.

Maintaining the cleanliness of our home sweet home can sometimes be a daunting task though. So to make our lives easier, we use products and tools to aid us in cleaning.

But are we sure that these products are friendly to our environment?

Mother Earth has been compromised because of the products that we’re using that are toxic and harmful for the environment. Let us show our concern to the planet that we’re living in by using these eco-friendly tips in cleaning our tiny abode.

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1. Replace Hazard Product

Statistically, more than synthetic chemicals are being used today and most of them are not properly tested for safety. These untested and unsafe chemicals can be found in in almost everything like pet or cleaning products.

To preserve our future and our loved ones’, we should make a conscious effort to ditch products that contain harmful chemicals. Since this is not an easy task, you should set a date and clear out your schedule just to check each product that you’re using at home. Gather every product that are untested and unsafe and dispose them properly. Switch to alternative products that contain biodegradable and nontoxic ingredients. 

2. Reusable Dryer Sheets

If you’re still using a commercial dryer sheet, it’s time to assess your preference. Those little disposable sheets contain lots of harmful chemicals such as chloroform, benzyl acetate, limonene, ethanol, benzyl alcohol among others that are linked to many diseases.

The good news is, you can make your own dryer sheets at the comfort of your home. What’s even better is that most of the ingredients are already in your cupboard.

You would need:
·       1 cup white vinegar
·       8 oz. amber spray bottle
·       Essential oils
·       strips of clothes

How to do it:
·       Pour the vinegar into the spray bottle.
·       Add your preferred essential oils. The volume depends on how much scents you want on your clothes
·       Spray it into each sheet. One sheet is enough for a standard load of laundry.

3. Ditch Air Fresheners & Eliminate Odor with Lemon

We use air fresheners to make our home smells good. Some air fresheners though are not safely tested and contain chemicals that are harmful to the health of your family.

If you want your house to be odor-free and smell good, you can opt for natural alternatives instead.  One of the most common natural ingredients used to make your home smell irresistibly is lemon. You can use it almost everywhere – from garbage disposal to bathroom to the kitchen sink.
The acidity in the lemon will surely eliminate the entire unpleasant odour. You can put a slice of lemon in your kitchen sink or you may combine the lemon drops with water or other essential oils. 

4. Clean Floor with Vinegar

The use of vinegar does not just limit as a flavor-enhancer to your favorite dishes. It is also popularly use in cleaning as it’s a natural product that safely disinfects, deodorizes and cleans most surfaces.

It’s an effective cleaning product that you can safely use on your floor as its mild acidity effectively removes stubborn dirt and stains. Against steam clean comparison, vinegar is just as effective, yet it’s cheaper and safer to the environment.

To make your own solutions, simply mix ¼ to ½ cup of vinegar with 1 gallon of water. You can also add essential oils if you want a more scented finish.

5. Clean Indoor Air with Plants

Plants don't only make our surrounding beautiful, they are also used to purify our indoor air and eliminates bad odor.

If you want your home to smell nice and fresh, have these plants:
·       Garden mum
·       Spider plant
·       Dracaena
·       Weeping Fig
·       Peace lily
·       Boston fern
·       Bamboo palm
·       Aloe Vera

Taking care of our environment should start from our home. These tips above will not only give us an immaculately clean house, it will also help our mother earth becomes a better place to live in.


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