Home to over 2 million residents, the Orlando metro area is the 3rd largest metro area in Florida. When most people think of Orlando, they typically think Mickey Mouse and Harry Potter. In contrast, there is more to this central Florida town than just world famous tourist attractions. Read on to discover everything the City Beautiful has to offer, before moving to Orlando.
Even if you rent a storage unit, the time may come when you will need to sell or donate some of your extra stuff. Luckily, technology has made it easier than ever. With online portals that can value your items instantly to arranged pick up for donations, getting rid of the clutter doesn’t have to be a hassle.
While old keepsakes, paperwork or furniture are perfect things to store, keeping items like old clothing, electronics, books or collectibles are not necessarily benefiting you. Take a look around at your extra stuff — could you sell it for money? Could it be helping someone else?
If the answer to either of these questions is yes, this is the guide for you! We’ll explain where and how to sell the extra items lying around your house. If they’re not in the best condition or you’d rather them go to a good cause we’ll tell you where to donate them.
When you’re moving, all sorts of funky smells can start to emerge. Whether it’s the old, mothball-eaten blanket from the back of the closet or the musty scent of the boxes you just got out of storage, sometimes your home can use a freshening.
There are many ways to make room deodorizer using fresh ingredients, but most of them require letting a pot boil with the ingredients inside. If you want to have a spray-bottle DIY air freshener that’s portable, you’re going to want to use essential oils.
Essential oils come in all different scents and are often used in aromatherapy. So, by adding them into your everyday cleaning routine you can reap the health and wellness benefits they bring as well.
Ready to try your hand at making homemade air freshener? Follow the steps below! [Read more…]
If you’re like most people, your refrigerator probably needs a good clean. The back of the fridge can become a haven for expired condiments, week old leftovers and molding vegetables if you’re not careful. This is why fridge organization is so important!
When you’re hungry, you don’t want to spend time hunting for the right ingredient. You want to reach inside the fridge and easily find the item you’re looking for. Having a “home” for every kind of food item can help keep things organized.
You will want to deep clean your fridge quarterly, about four times a year. And while every fridge is different, there are several hacks you can use to keep things in their place. Follow this step–by-step guide to have your fridge shining in no time!