Taislany Gomes

Eight decorating tips for the perpetually stressed

Post by Taislany Gomes • October 21, 2019 • Lifestyle

There are very few things in our lives that we have 100% control over. How our homes look, feel and function is one of them. So, if you are living your life as a ball of stress and confusion and you long for a home that is able to deflate you and leave you feeling fresh and ready to face the next working day, we’ve settled on eight simple tips that can will subtly transform your home into a completely stress-free haven. Natural high – Plants and flowers create an instant boost and also have an important function – they clear the air of toxins and produce oxygen, making our homes literally breathe easier. So, try putting a plant in every room if you can and remember to water them often! Declutter – There’s nothing quite as stressful as sitting in a room surrounded by useless clutter. Give yourself a […]

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The Dos and Don’ts Of Creating Your Own Capsule Wardrobe

Post by Taislany Gomes • October 18, 2019 • Fashion

Creating your own capsule wardrobe has so many benefits, you’ll wonder why you didn’t do it sooner! You’ll save time getting dressed each morning, and you’ll save so much money because you simply won’t feel the need to buy anything else. You won’t be contributing to all of the landfill waste that is created from fast fashion, either. If this is something that interests you, you can find the dos and don’ts of creating your own capsule wardrobe below.  Do Only Buy Clothes You’re Positively In Love With When you buy clothes for your capsule wardrobe, whether it’s a plain white shirt or a jazzy skirt, you need to make sure you absolutely love it. It should be something you can see yourself wearing and mixing and matching for years to come. This is why you should never buy clothes on a whim, and you should have a real sense […]

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Flat sharing v living alone

Post by Taislany Gomes • October 15, 2019 • Other

Data from the Office for National Statistics tells us that more and more Brits are renting each year. The number of households in the private rented sector in the UK has risen from 2.8 million in 2007 to 4.5 million 10 years later — an increase of 63%. That growth is due in part to rising house prices, economic struggles and changing preferences. Whatever the reasons however, the next dilemma renters face after settling on a location is whether to flatshare or go it alone. Whether you’re moving home for the first or fifth time, here are four key considerations. Cost Although the cost will very much be dependent on the standard and location of a flat, sharing almost always works out cheaper than renting solo. This way you’ll split the costs of key outgoings like your rent and utility bills, as well as any new furniture or amenities. You’ll […]

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