If you’re looking to better utilize the space in your garage, you’ve come to the right spot. Often, the garage becomes one large storage room and if we’re lucky, we get to park our car in there too. But you can do both and feel at ease by implementing the solutions I’ve gathered below.
1. Mythinglogic Sports Equipment Storage Organizer
This is perfect if you’ve got nearly every sporting equipment under the sun. No more having to stop the car to clear the way before parking it in the garage. No more having to look for the tennis rack or soccer ball. This organizer keeps everything neatly together. It is also easy to install and can fit along any wall in your garage.
2. Garage Tool Storage Rack
Get those brooms, ladders, rakes and tools up off the floor and out of the way with this very effective storage solution. It’s the perfect multi-purpose wall mount that will help keep...
Did you know poor sleep can increase your chances of having a stroke? According to sleep scientist, Dan Gartenberg “sleep deprivation makes us more sensitive to our pain”. On average, as I’m sure you know, adults need between 7-9 hours of sleep a night to function optimally. However, sometimes the tasks of the day pile up and you find yourself shuffling from work to dance practice, home to make dinner, and before you know it, you’re practicing your bedtime routine. Here are 4 habits to do before bed for the best night's rest.
1. Decide on a Bedtime
Your body’s mental, physical, and behaviour process follows what is called a Circadian Rhythm. Waking up and going to bed at the same time every day improves the quality of your sleep. Studies suggest that a fixed sleep time can improve alertness, decrease pain, and even curb caffeine dependency.
2. Do Not Disturb
In a very instant world, shutting your notifications off might...
Spring is in the air! And what typically follows, with longer days and budding trees, is the overwhelming sense of needing to get things in order. All of a sudden your closet screams for structure, you’re thankful the cupboards have doors, and stacks of paper just keep piling up. When we look at our house the tasks seem daunting and impossible. We may even criticize ourselves which only paralyzes us and prevents us from getting started. If you’re having a hard time finding the best way to start, you aren’t alone. I encourage you to work your way through your emotions, maybe write down some desired outcomes, break your home into manageable spaces, roll up your sleeves and start small.
Step 1: Make an Appointment with Yourself
The things we accomplish every day rely on a schedule... investor meeting at 10:00am, soccer practice at 5:00pm, dance at 7:00pm, in-laws visiting for the weekend. We make our day happen by allocating time for the...