Bonnie and Lily are sisters and the super talented duo behind The Little Home Organised podcast. Their aim is to help the everyday person take small steps to declutter and get organised and reclaim time for the things they love. ‘Progress, not perfection’ is their motto. Read their inspiring story….
Travelling with with young children is all about being prepared and organised. Professional Organiser Amy Kennedy from the Organising Bee shares her 5 top tips for a successful road trip for both children and parents.
In your Spring clean out, tackling and refreshing your Pantry is usually top of the list of things to do. An organised Pantry will save time and money every day. Fiona Mason from Ace of Space has some top tips to organise this hard working area of the home.
An organised holiday is a relaxed holiday, says Anita Birges, Professional Orgnaiser from mise en place.Anita shares some clever tips, tricks and guidelines that will set yourself up for success on your caravan trip and show you how to stay organised whilst you are away.
There are many areas where ‘Dad’ or the man in your life could benefit from being organised and some items that can help him get there that he may not even know about…
Linda Eagelton, Professional Organiser shares her tips to get him organised 🙂
Wine is a living, breathing substance, and how you store it can directly affect how it tastes in the glass. Nicki Kenvyn loves everything to do with wine, from drinking to making it. Here she shares her tips to store and organise your wine at home.
The best place to store your spices is going to depend entirely on the layout of your kitchen and how much space you have available.and there are many options (including cupboards, drawers, and wall-mounted racks). Beverley Sheepers from Home and Life Organising shares her tips on making space for spices.
Toilet brushes are a bit of a taboo subject. Professional Organiser Anita Birges shares some of Howards favourite toilet brushes. Our extensive range of stylish, innovative toilet brushes really is hard to beat!
When unexpected things happen in your life it can really throw you. Arwen Dropmann from Calm Space Professional Organising looks at some simple steps you can start taking right now to help you organise your home and life for when unexpected events come knocking.
Managing waste can be overwhelming. With a bit of thought and planning, you can create a system that is easy to manage and also contributes to a better future for our planet. Sarah Deitz from Reclaim Your Space takes you through the 4 steps to organise your waste and recycling at home.
How much food do you throw away every week? According to the NSW government, the average household in NSW throws away almost $80 worth of food a week, or $3,800 per year… The good news is, there are plenty of ways to reduce the amount of food waste you produce! Professional Organiser Stephanie King shares her tips.
We are all more mindful of recycling our rubbish better these days. Look for a quality bin, one that is not destined for the rubbish tip itself in the near future!! Here a 5 of our best recycling bins.
Realising the potential of your roof space will add value to your home. Get in the experts to transform it into a clean, safe, accessible, functional and cost-effective space. An extra room with easy access and a few clever storage organisers can be life changing…….
Laundry and washing clothes can be even more challenging coming into the colder months, especially if you are in a unit or place where space is tight. Professional Organiser Dawn Tindall shares some tips for conquering the laundry.
We live in a chaotic world and dream of an organised life. But one persons idea of ‘organised’ can be very different to an others. It is really finding your balance and contentment with the organised space.
……We were discussing the rapidly changing Covid 19 situation and how in a few short days it had impacted our friends, families and working lives. Maybe self-isolation at some point is inevitable. Here are some tips for using the extra time at home productively.
Looking to get organised and take inventory of what food you have and meal plan for the week? Download the Howards Weekly Meal Planner to take the stress out of what to cook and eat for the week ahead.
Amy Kennedy, Professional Home Organiser from The Organising Bee explores 4 common types of double duty laundries. With careful planning of the layout and organisation, these double duty laundries can be both multi-functional and a beautiful space that you actually want to spend time in.
Love cooking but wish your pantry was a little more organised, tidy and had some kind of system in place? It can be easily achieved. Here is a little inspiration to help your create the organised Pantry you’ve always dreamed of great shelving, organised zones, space efficient containers and caddies. Howards shows you how.
At Joseph Joseph they love solving everyday problems through intelligent design. The NEW Cupboardstore and Doorstore Ranges fulfill their mission to create storage with a ‘Brilliantly Useful Design’. See more….
Meet Strucket! The world’s first strainer-meet-bucket. An innovative system set to modernise the way you soak and drain. Invented by Sunshine Coast mother of 3, Kelly Lavery, the idea was spawned from a single moment of desperation. The very best of practicality with clever, innovative design.
Are you breathing a sigh of relief that the holidays are finally over and the kids are back at school? Professional Organiser Stephanie King shares her tips for setting good routines for the school year ahead.
Chyka says spending precious time with family and friends is the highlight of my Christmas season, and I love nothing more than welcoming them all into my home. One thing I always make sure I have on hand is a delicious drink…..
Wine cellars come in many shapes and sizes as does the wine that resides within them. The way we store our wine really comes down to how much we need to store and how often we need to access the collection. Howard are specialists in wine storage…..
Is your home looking tired? Are you feeling uninspired? The good news is you don’t need a total home renovation in order to change things up. There are plenty of easy and inexpensive things you can do to your home that will make it look bright and fresh again. And the good news is there are also plenty of budget ideas that are earth-friendly too.