Outfitting a home gym can be a worthwhile and affordable investment for those looking to stay fit in the comfort of their own homes. As many people have learned during the restrictions due to COVID-19, the ability to get a quality workout without leaving home can be invaluable. Whether you’re looking to pump some iron for strength training or break a sweat with a cardio workout, this list of essential equipment will help you outfit your home gym with everything you need to achieve your fitness goals.
The meteoric rise of organizing guru Marie Kondo and her philosophy of living a tidy life has made one thing abundantly clear for many Americans – we hold on to too much stuff! A cluttered space full of unnecessary things leads to a cluttered brain full of unnecessary thoughts. If the KonMari Method seems too extreme for you (Kondo recommends getting rid of everything that doesn’t spark joy), parting with even a few items and organizing the rest can completely rejuvenate your home. Follow these steps to start living a life free from clutter.
If you’ve been thinking about buying a home but aren’t ready to commit just yet, the best time to prepare is now. Whether you’ve been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic or you’re just waiting for some specific stars to align, there are many reasons why you may be waiting to make your move. The good news is that there are several things you can do now to prepare, and doing so may help you eliminate hassles, make smarter decisions and even save money later. Here are four ways you can get started.
Looking to get outdoors, eat healthier and save money, all in one activity? You can do all this with vegetable gardening! Starting a home vegetable garden is a great way to put fresh, healthy food on your table while saving money in the produce section. Gardening is a fun project that can have the whole family outdoors and working together. Here’s how to get going with your first vegetable garden – even if you don’t have a yard to plant one in.
Spring is the season of starting fresh. As you stow away your winter apparel and open windows for a dose of fresh air and birdsong, use this handy spring cleaning checklist to get your entire home feeling new and refreshed this spring.
The coronavirus situation has reminded us that “clean enough” isn’t always clean enough. To thoroughly clean and disinfect your household, consider adding the steps in this detailed guide from the CDC to your cleaning routines.