Every single person on this planet has a carbon footprint. You cannot avoid it but you can reduce it. What is a Carbon Footprint? The… Read More »How To Calculate Your Carbon Footprint & Why You Should
A selection of sustainable lifestyle posts covering eco-conscious living, green products for the home and sustainable living.
This is a collaborative post with Silentnight. One of my aims this year is to make our bedroom more eco-friendly. We decorated it last… Read More »Eco Pillows Made From 100% Recycled Materials
Advertisement Feature with the Aviva Community Fund In the UK, there are hundreds of different community projects all with an aim of making their… Read More »Building Stronger Communities Together with Aviva Community Fund
Back in 2016, I began the process of decluttering our life and I’m proud to say that I’ve now got rid of around 75% of our stuff.… Read More »How The Marie Kondo KonMari Method Of Decluttering Changed Our Life
A while ago I wrote about the switch I made to reusable period pads. I made the switch a few years ago now and I… Read More »WUKA – Period Wear Review: Ditch the Disposables
You shouldn’t need an excuse not to go green. Our planet is in peril, and considering the environmental problems we and future generations are facing,… Read More »Go Green To Save Green! Saving Moving While Saving The World
How Homeowners Could Benefit From Mixergy Hot Water Tank A lot of people wait until their water heating system fails before they get a new… Read More »Energy Saving Hot Water Tank Hits The London Market
Whenever I start getting into a discussion with someone about living a more sustainable lifestyle the one thing that constantly gets brought up is.. … Read More »18 Sustainable Lifestyle Changes That Don’t Cost Money
While many landlords only decide to fulfil their tertiary responsibilities in order to keep up with the contract they have made and nothing more, the landlords that retain tenants year after year are those who go over and above to make the home living experience of their clients worthwhile.
Of course, landlords often know how to run their business, so this post will not explore cost-cutting, business management or advertising to new tenants. It won’t discuss how to deal with a problem tenant, as there are likely tens of thousands of guides surrounding this on the internet already.