When it comes to homekeeping, there are a few products and tips we like to keep around just because no one's told us not to. Well, lucky for you, we're here. Here are a few tips and tricks to getting rid of the needless objects around the house, direct from "Martha Stewart's Homekeeping Handbook."
Think you live in a clutter-free home? Odds are, there are still piles of amassed junk just waiting to be donated, recycled, or thrown away. We already gave you 25 reasons to get rid of it -- and in case you need further convincing, here are 25 more!
Think your home is safe from a fire? Think again. Your household can expect at least five fires in an average lifetime, according to the National Fire Protection Association. At the national level, 360,000+ household fires are reported each year, and nearly all of them are avoidable with a few simple precautions outlined in "Martha Stewart's Homekeeping Handbook."
The average American uses approximately 100 gallons of water a day! And that's not counting the leaky faucet or extra minute in the shower that can have a dramatic impact on not just your water bill, but the efficiency of your home, your health, and the well-being of the planet at large. Consider these small tweaks to your everyday routine, and you'll be tapping into a more efficient, less costly, water-conscious home.