Cleaning

If you love nothing more than having a shower - or five - on a daily basis then you could be putting your health at risk
I realise that clearing out a few rooms is only a baby step towards making real changes but it's certainly a step in the right direction. Hopefully it will mean I can start focusing my time on what's really important - my family, my health and my personal goals.
When you’ve finished eating dinner, don’t chuck your leftover food away - use it to clean the dishes. That’s right, some
In my last blog, I wrote about how the minimum wage should be legally increased to living wage levels. Since then, the living
If your idea of doing laundry is bunging a load of broadly similar looking items on a 40-degree wash and hoping for the best
You browse the cleaning aisle like you used to browse beauty counters. With that willingness to believe, that hope springing eternal, that thrill of the chase. But it's not your face that you want to look brighter, fresher, younger, more radiant. It's your toilet.
When you've just spent the best part of an hour trying to scrub the mildew off your bathroom tile grouting, or the water
Us Brits are a right mucky bunch - a new study has revealed a shocking amount of us live extremely unhygienic lives and are
Once a month, do a spring clean on a room, so that those dustballs hiding away in the corners can be uncovered and dealt with.
When you are both working, and you have children - plus maybe a commute or children's activities to get to, by the time working parents get home at the end of a long day, there is precious little energy left to tackle the laundry basket, clean up after the dog and cook a fresh meal from scratch.