The thought of exchanging the maintenance of a larger home for a hassle-free future full of travel, friends and newfound freedom is a common aspirant for downsizers on the move. Given the ideal replacement residence, more than half of Australians and New Zealanders aged over 55 are open to downsizing opportunities, according to Australian Housing and Urban Research and similar sources.
Vertical walls of decorative vegetation have been popular in Europe and other countries with high-density cities, where ground cover is at a premium, for years.
Prevention is always better than cure, especially in the case of potential home burglaries. Are you planning an Easter getaway or a future holiday? If you’d prefer not to use a housesitter while you’re away, you should follow our home-security checklist.
Even though two-thirds of Australian households are pet owners, finding a pet-friendly residence to rent can prove difficult and competitive. Basically, keeping a pet on the premises is at the landlord’s discretion, although assistance pets, such as guide dogs, cannot be refused. There are differences in Australian states and throughout New Zealand about pet ownership rules and regulations during a rental term.
Many people can vouch for being tempted to move permanently to their favourite holiday spot. After all, what’s not to like about wonderful Marlborough?
How many times have you heard the words “work-life balance”? In a world where everything seems to be moving so swiftly, we all crave for even just a little time to relax and enjoy the life that we work so hard to achieve. But the thing is, there is no one rule in achieving work-life balance. Rather, it is a recipe that’s composed of several rules that will help you really enjoy the life that you want.
Here are the 20 foundational principles shared with us by MoneyMiniBlog, that you can easily live by… 1. Giving is the foundation of your financial health How’s your giving? It’s in giving that you receive, but you should give to give, not to receive. 2. Plan for the worst Emergencies will always happen. Even more so when […]
Buying a new house is a super exciting time in your life. Everything would be great if it weren’t for the actual moving. Moving house is an absolute faff – it’s the time when you realise just how much junk you’ve got, and that you need to somehow pack it all up and move it into the new house, unpack, arrange everything in its place again, go through that horrid time when you’re living out of moving boxes – it’s not great. And you know what can make it even more difficult for everyone involved? Pets. Just like us, pets can have a hard time getting used to new homes, and they can be agitated during the moving process. It’s up to you to make things easy for yourself and also make sure things run smoothly for your little canine friend. Thankfully, there are some tips you can consider.
Do you feel tired of spending hours trying to find your clothes, shoes or other daily essentials in your home? Sometimes you may feel as though you are drowning in material possessions yet cannot bring yourself to throw any of them away. Get inspired, with these creative and practical ways to simplify your life and give your home the essence of more space.
Getting caught up in a shopping spree is easier than anything – you just have to take that wallet out of your pocket and proceed with your decision. This obviously applies especially when you have enough money to spend. Disorganized spending is a very common tendency which is present in today’s consumer’s behaviour.