Spring is in the air, which means it’s time to brush the literal cobwebs off your outdoor spaces. If you need help, you’ve come to the right place! Here are the top 12 spring cleaning tasks to get your outdoor space ready for max chillaxing. For ongoing tasks like yard or garden maintenance, have your Tasker leave the task open so you can chat with them whenever you’re ready for them to come back–or set the task to repeat when you book. Don’t see the task you need done on the list? Search now for what you need done!
Most homeowners are surprised to learn that the products and practices they use to maintain their yards can negatively impact the health of the soil, surrounding plants, animals, and people nearby. The same way using non-toxic cleaning products in your home can make a difference, there are steps you can take outside your home to “go green”. Here are a few tips to make your yard more sustainable. Use Water Responsibly We’re lucky: we turn on a hose or sprinklers, and water comes out. But becoming conscious of how much water it takes to maintain your yard is a major step toward more sustainable gardening. Here are some ways to reduce your water usage: Reduce frequency of watering: Whenever you do decide to water your grass or garden, make sure the water goes deep into the soil. Shallow watering leads to shallow root growth. This makes your lawn susceptible to drought and insect problems. Xeriscape: This is the process of gardening or landscaping that uses minimal water. You can xeriscape by using rocks where possible …
Garden inspired tasks for any space
Is it your year to finally attempt that dream gallery wall yourself? Here’s what your home has in store for you this year, according to your horoscope.
We could all use a little more self care this season, starting with our personal spaces. Boost your cold weather mood with these small changes to turn your home into a winter oasis.
Labor Day weekend is the traditional “end of summer” moment–when we try to get in all of our swimming, sunning, and summer funning before the first leaf turns crisp and tumbles from the tree.
For a lot of us, the best kind of home decor is the kind that is both functional and fabulous. From a home office that doubles as a playroom to a living room that doubles as a bedroom, there is no reason a room can’t meet two of your needs, instead of just one. Whether you have a spare room or a small apartment, these tips will help you create a room that works for you and is capable of doing double duty. 1. Combine ideas that work best together in your space When thinking through which types of ideas you want to merge together consider the space you are working with and whether or not the ideas are compatible. A bedroom/kitchen? Probably not the best idea, unless you want your sheets smelling like your dinner. Some classic examples of ideas that work together include: bedroom/living room dining room/home office guest bedroom/playroom bedroom/gym The goal is to combine ideas that function well together in terms of aesthetics, space, and functionality. 2. Prioritize the main function …
From “shaking the house” to water gun fights, here’s how people around the world refresh their homes for spring each year.
With Tax Day approaching, there’s a tax refund at the end of the tunnel. One worthwhile way to spend it? On upgrades to your living space. Try these four projects to feel refreshed for spring and ready for another tax year ahead.
With Oscars night quickly approaching, we’ve got the movies on our minds. Last year’s films introduced us to iconic characters we’d like to channel in our everyday lives. So we decided to do just that. Read on to see mood boards for bedrooms that channel our favorite movie characters this year.