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Selfishness, most would agree, is the root of many problems that have occurred recently in the world. The environmental impact of careless decisions over the past years and decades, has left an undeniable mark. Science continues to bring to light these findings. How does selfishness relate to environmental issues? For decades, we have been aware of the necessity to change our actions so as to ensure the environment is sustained and healthy for future generations. Unfortunately, human nature is prone to being concerned with only self, regardless of the effect it has on others. Recycling is a great example. How…

Having a pet in your home can bring a great deal of joy. You may find having a feline that stays by your side during the day or that wants to cuddle up with you at night can drastically improve your life. The ASPCA states 1.6 million cats are adopted annually. The good news is cats are typically easy to maintain and can be a pleasure to have in your home. However, once you have this pet, it’s your responsibility to provide the utmost in care for your beloved animal. Below are things you should consistently do for the well-being of…

Many people struggle to pay their electric, gas and home heating oil bills. Every year, the cost of power goes up, and you can only save so much by swapping suppliers. Fortunately, there are plenty of other things you can do to keep your bills under control. Most of the steps we discuss below are easy and inexpensive to implement. Install more insulation Insulating your home is a good place to start. Insulation keeps the heat in the property so that it keeps circulating within your home. It is important to realise that some parts of the home are leakier…

Even in the most advanced years, the majority of people would prefer the opportunity to stay in their homes rather than having to relocate to a senior care facility. Yet one of the biggest and most difficult challenges that you might face with elderly or disabled family is to balance your loved one’s desire for independence with their own safety and well being. In many cases, it is possible for them to remain independent for longer with the help of a few practical modifications around the home. Help is available from organisations like Age UK, who publish some useful guidance…

When we make a purchase, we want that purchase to be an investment, even if on a subconscious level. Would you willingly buy something that’ll fall apart in six months’ time? How often do you really want to replace the floor lamp by your lounge chair? Is going to Ikea every month worth the drive, cart maneuvering and long lines? Why not just go to a showroom and test out the furniture pieces then and there? Better yet, why not just buy from a reputable American design company whose mission is to design, create and build a lasting and timeless…