I literally have no time to sort my home - hopefully I can use some tips from here.
How to control your dreams!
A guide to organising your wardrobe [Infographic]
I just wish they would fix the pot holes...:P
So cute, yet so powerful!
I knew Christmas was getting more exspensive!
How to Use a 3D printer to fix an Ikea Lamp
It’s Too Bad This Insanely Light Dining Table Is Also Insanely Expensive
Space-Saving Gifts for People with Tiny Homes
The power strip design youâre about to witness allows you to plug in from any direction and at any point along the length of it. Designer Hung Wang created a design here that allows Live / Neutral-wire slots to sit next to one another no matter which of the four directions you plug in from. This power strip goes by the name of âoeCROSSâ and without a doubt aims to keep all manner of electronics in energy in as versatile a manner as possible
Read more at http://www.yankodesign.com/2012/11/23/power-strip-makes-all-directions-possible/#qaIVSOskH9R6C6zv.99
Classic - the stuff that happens to me.
For most students Freshers' Week is one of the most hectic, enjoyable and intense weeks of their lives. For those who are too old to remember their student days - and the associated antics - MoneySupermarket has lifted the lid on today's Freshers' habits and crunched the numbers to see how much they spend.
From nights out and drinks downed to washing clothes and watching budgets, we've got the figures that truly spill the beans on our latest bunch of academic hopefuls.
ng, but did you know that something else is celebrated in November? Something we all love, maybe even more than fireworks, bad facial hair and wrapping up warm for braving the Christmas shopping crowds...
November the 26th is National Cake Day, celebrating centuries of our favourite dessert. Whether you love vanilla, chocolate, carrot, cheese, fruit or even pineapple upside-down, what better excuse to ditch the diet for a day and treat yourself to some good old-fashioned baked goods!
The first cakes were made in 200BC in Ancient Greece, where the Cheesecake was a popular dish, and was served at the 776BC
hese posters demonstrate proper gas mask-wearing techniques, what to do if gas comes in contact with your skin, and even how to protect your children.
Did you know that wombat poo is cubed shaped? Or that pink hot pants are illegal after midday on Sunday in Australia? This graphic from Bondi Beer puts together some truly fascinating facts about Australia; each fact is more astounding that the last. So next time you窶re trying to impress someone with an interesting fact, try one of these!
We’ve all felt animosity and contempt towards our neighbours at some point in our lives. There are those we consider to be noisy louts and others inconsiderate pigs; they just don’t get it do they?
The book shelf above can easily be adjusted depending on the amount of books you have at that time. So if you have just a few books, you just push it together to reduce its space requirements.