If you’re only using mothballs when storing clothing, you’re missing out! Try these genius ways you can use mothballs around the house, in your garden and in your garage.
It’s hard to know exactly what is worth buying secondhand, but these garage sale finds should be snapped up if you see them! (See also: 10 things you should never buy at garage sales.)
Love can make you do crazy things—and as these pet stories show, the bond between humans and animals is no exception.
It might be convenient to just rinse with water and flush it down the drain. But trust us, it’s worth it to throw it in the trash instead.
The chief causes of house fires are clear—and so are the ways to avoid them. Here’s what you need to know about preventing 10 common hazards.
Check out these sage pieces of advice from the really, really rich.
Looking to buy your first property or put your house on the market? Check out these tips from Canadian home inspectors before making the big move.
Designer Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault shares the perfect small-space solution for green thumbs—this easy-peasy upcycled terrarium! Here’s how you can make your own.
Yogurt is incredibly versatile beyond your breakfast bowl. Check out these genius ways you can use yogurt around the house, in your garden and in your beauty routine.
This season, “cleaning” is about more than just tidying up your house.
Got an issue with your feline friend? There’s a good chance you’re part of the problem. Cat behaviourist and author of The Cat Whisperer, Mieshelle Nagelschneider, reveals seven of the most common mistakes cat owners make—and how to fix them.
Most of us clean using sponges, cloths, dusters, vacuums, etc. but sometimes your most effective tool is sitting right in your bathroom.
No need to cry over spilled ink or coffee! Just try these laundering strategies to save your favourite garment from spills, sweat stains, mildew, and more.
Want to take your hostess gift to the next level? Becky De Oliveira, owner of Toronto flower studio Blush and Bloom reveals five foolproof ways to pair wine and flowers this spring.
The kitchen is the heart of any home but it can also be the messiest. You don’t need a degree to keep your kitchen organized—you just need a bit of time and these five tips.
Working from home can seem like a dream come true. You get great perks like no commute and no dress code. It’s important, however, to set boundaries between work and home life and to establish firm routines to keep you motivated.
Flat tire? Stovetop fire? Here’s how to troubleshoot these common everyday emergencies.
Good for more than just cooking, here are five new ways you can put spice to work.
You may be unable to turn water into wine, but you can turn the corks from your empty wine bottles into 13 useful things. Read on to find out how.