If the thought of packing for a move is already stressing you out, you’ve come to the right place. Here, find brilliant tips, tricks, and shortcuts to make moving to your next place easier than ever.
Eager to get rid of the unwanted household items you’ve collected while spring cleaning? This handy guide tells you where to take everything from kitchen gear to prescription medication.
Overwhelmed by spring cleaning? Here, experts share strategies to bust clutter and organize your home, one room at a time.
Forget wiping baby bums! Create scent sachets, clean your pet, craft a travel jewelry box, and more.
Make your tarnished silver and dull jewelry shine like new after a cleaning with these common household items.
Wondering how to remove blood stains? Work as quickly as possible with these household items to save your soiled clothes.
Thought it was safe to flush this common household trash? Think again! Here are four things that should be tossed into the garbage can-not flushed down the toilet.
Some say it’s cheap, others say it’s frugal; some say it’s unforgivable and still others say it’s simply another form of recycling. But no matter what anyone says, regifting is here to stay! So here’s how to do it guilt-free-and how to not get caught.
Holiday decorations become treasured family heirlooms, evoking memories of Christmas past. They can also become incredibly filthy after spending 11 months in storage. Ensure a happy Christmas future with these tips for cleaning ornaments of every kind.
These creative storage and organization tips will help you cut down on clutter and straighten up the messiest spots in your house.
Moving to a smaller space? Here are tips on how to decide what to keep and what to toss when downsizing.
Industry experts reveal the dirty details to help keep your home organized and clean.
What to do when your phone falls in the toilet. (Because it’s going to happen at some point.)
Too much stuff at home? Here’s how you can keep your home clean, organized and clutter-free.
More and more Canadians are saying goodbye to stuff and hello to minimalist living.
Ridding yourself of clutter can be a great opportunity to give back to your community. Every time you donate your used goods at Value Village, it benefits a local nonprofit. Here are some of the items they happily accept.
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Is clutter taking over your closets? These simple steps will help you create instant space.
It seems like a never-ending struggle to find practical ways to keep kids puzzle pieces from landing in the same tub as the wooden blocks. It doesn’t have to be. Clean up your kids’ clutter with these creative tips.
It’s lurking in your basement, your garage, and in the furthest recesses of your closet. If you’re not careful, it can take over your home. It’s your old stuff, and here’s why it’s time to say goodbye, and how to part with your stuff.
They say a de-cluttered space leads to a de-cluttered mind. It’s also a great opportunity to teach children the value of charity. Here are ways the whole family can get involved in clearing the clutter – and doing a good deed.