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IT is easy to just fill your house with stuff.
Especially around Christmas, we often receive
homewares, electrical goods and the like, but
we don't clear out the old to make room for
Instead, we pile it all in and create a
If it has no purpose, or doesn't match your
styling -- get rid of it.
2. Wardrobe clear-out
If you are like me, you probably have treasures
buried below your go-to pieces.
By doing a big clear-out, you often find near-
new items and feel as though you have been on
a huge shopping spree.
If the thought of getting rid of your old clothes
is sad, why not consider donating to charity,
or even making a few dollars and selling them
3. Give it the big clean
All year-round we wipe, dust, sweep and mop.
But, if you follow my cleaning routine, then it
is rare that I actually move the heavy furniture
to get behind it all and give the entire house a
Why not start the year dust-free and give
everything in your house a big clean?
4. Grow it yourself
Already we grow some vegetables ourselves,
but in 2018 I am determined to make a bigger
dent and grow herbs and more vegetable and
There is almost nothing more satisfying than
racing out into the backyard and picking your
own breakfast food.
5. Add some family faces
It hasn't been dubbed a part of a trendy home
style, but family photos are a nice way of
adding some love and warmth to any house.
Place them prominently in the home to make
sure all your guests get a look at your loved
6. Store it
I moved into a new house in early 2017, and
one of the largest challenges I have faced is the
lack of storage space.
In 2018, I am determined to keep an eye
out and find storage solutions for just about
The better sorted and stored things are, the less
likely it is for things to be dumped around the
7. Add some colour
The front yard is the first thing people are
greeted with when they visit, so why not make
a statement with some colour -- be it plants,
pots or a feature sculpture?
8. Lawn goals
Make a lawn goal and stick to it.
Who doesn't love feeling lush green grass
under their feet?
9. Change the bedspread
A small change that can make a huge
difference in your bedroom.
I will be opting for something light and fresh
to give my room a sense of calm.
10. Make fridge way
Have you ever seen those amazing people who
have everything in their fridge stored in air-
tight containers that are labelled?
There is no reason why you can't be one of
When arriving home from the shops, put things
in containers immediately to avoid double
IT'S A NEW YEAR AND, INSTEAD OF RESOLUTIONS, BUNYIP JOURNALIST LAURA COLLINS HAS DEVISED A LIST OF THE TOP 10 THINGS
SHE WILL BE DOING AROUND THE HOUSE TO TRY AND GET ORGANISED FOR 2018.
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