There is nothing new about harvesting rainwater for domestic use. This practice was already widely used by our ancestors. Rain represents an inexhaustible source of soft water and it can be used in all domestic activities that do not require drinking water. This represents 50% of the water we consume around the house!
We’ve all been there: overwhelmed by heaps of rubbish that seem to laugh at us because it knows that it has the upper hand. Or maybe your three-bedroom flat is functionally a two-bedroom unit because your junk decided it needed its own private space. Indeed, looking down the barrel of a waste tidal wave can be daunting. But fear not, fellow hoarder, for there is hope! (more…)
With the availability of the likes of solar geysers, water pumps and water tanks, rural living isn’t quite the huge sacrifice it once was. In fact, the only real disadvantage to it is being far away from fast-food outlets and convenience stores which are open 24 hours a day. It’s all relative of course and some people would gladly say that rural living is not quite as “rural” as it used to be. A drive into town every so often makes for a nice “outing” to occasionally look forward to, otherwise it’s really hard to miss the insane peak-hour traffic and noise pollution city-living has to offer. (more…)
LifeVantage Protandim Dual Synergizer: NRF 1 & NRF2
Protandim Synergizers fight aging occurring on the cells of the body. They help boost mitochondrial production all while reducing oxidative stress, which can result in diseases. These products can mend and revitalize detrimental cells. (more…)
Modern interior designs which were considered new and revolutionary a couple of years ago are not necessarily on trend now, and can look out of place in a rural home. Classic interior trends have long been popular because they embrace the style, form and function needed for modern living while standing the test of time. (more…)