Many people start having their children help with chores much later on in their childhood, waiting until they are nine years old or older. We for sure want to support children being children and having fun. However, don’t think that a few age-appropriate chores here and there will take away their childhood. 

In fact, they’ll live a great childhood and will learn respect and responsibility that will be good for their future and your patience.



Have you ever walked into an establishment and immediately felt uncomfortable by its lack of cleanliness? Let’s take it a step further. Have you ever walked out of a restaurant or not returned because of their inability to maintain the sanitation of the building?

We understand it can be easy to overlook the lack of cleanliness of your building or other things you own when you’re seeing it every day and have a million other things on your mind.

We don’t want you to see a lack of success in your business just because you had a blind spot or not enough staff or time to deal with the upkeep of your building.



Keeping your house or business clean reduces allergies and keeps harmful germs away from you, your family, and your customers. Whether you are getting hit with the annual itch to spring clean or just gearing up for a typical pass-through, it may be time to replace or upgrade your current arsenal of cleaning supplies. 

If so, while the switch may seem daunting, consider what eco-friendly options you might be able to incorporate into your home cleaning. 



If you have spent any time on a construction site, you know they get messy fast. From offcuts of timber and fragments of tiles to bent nails and drywall dust, debris builds up both inside and around the exterior of construction work. 

Even small single-room renovations can create a sizable amount of trash. The larger the project, the larger the cleanup required.



At the end of the workday, we want the house to be a place where we feel comfortable, safe, and relaxed. In the midst of a hectic life as well as in the middle of a pandemic with so much negativity around us, we want our houses to be positive and a place that makes us feel happy. 

We don’t want it to just be a house, we want it to be a home.



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