Prevent Bathroom Accidents

Described by NY Times as “The smallest room in the house (that) can be a dangerous place.”, our household bathroom is one of the top places where accidents and injuries usually happen. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every year about 235,000 people over age 15 visit emergency rooms because of injuries suffered in the bathroom, and almost 14 percent are hospitalized. More than a third of the injuries happen while bathing or showering. More than 14 […]

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Tidy Kitchen

You’ll be surprised to know that ranking third in the list of 7 Places In Your Home That Are Dirtier Than Your Toilet is your KITCHEN SINK! The place where we prepare our food is relatively dirtier than your bathroom. A study found that kitchen sinks have more germs than bathroom sinks. The study also found that three-quarters of American kitchen cloths and sponges are heavily contaminated with harmful bacteria, meaning proper clean-up can be difficult. The idea of microbes […]

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For The Love Of Feng Shui

We usually say that our bank account dictates our bathroom design. In feng shui, it’s the other way around. Love, health, and even wealth may be influenced by how we set the interior design in our home. So what exactly is feng shui all about? According to examiner.com: Feng shui is the Chinese art of determining the most favorable design of a space such as a building, room or desk to balance the energy and increase the harmony of the […]

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Nappy No More

Let’s dive into parenthood this time and discuss a sensitive issue that all parents can relate to: Potty Training. This “phase” in every child’s life is crucial because we are actually weaning them into adulthood. They learn that some things are “worth waiting for” and it makes them realize that they can be in control of almost everything in their lives: poo-poo and wee-wee included. N.I.H — National Institutes of Health posed a challenging question to parents who have toddlers […]

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