Many people are inspired by shows like The Block, House Rules and Reno Rumbles and dive into home renovation projects, but there are advantages and disadvantages to the DIY approach.
Retro looks are in and those hand-me-downs from family members may come in handy. From tablecloths and vases, to chairs and tables, restoring retro items isn’t always a huge job that requires outside expertise.
Forget the drills, hammers and grinders – for just a couple of bucks a great app can be your best renovation tool. We look at 10 of the best.
Growing your own food is great for the environment, great for your bank account and for your health and wellbeing. What’s not to love?
Our native Kakadu plum is one of the world’s richest sources of Vitamin C, which is a potent antioxidant and free radical scavenger that protects the skin and promotes collagen and elastin.
With the holidays upon us momentarily and the summer weather in full swing it’s time to make the most of the extra time off by getting some projects sorted at home … oh yes … DIY projects!
So, left organising your Christmas wreath to the last minute and don’t want some stock standard store bought fake pine monstrosity? Well … never fear because our DIY fun on steroids Christmas wreath is here!
Aussie finance team member, Pam Bables, looks at whether it’s better to complete your own tax return – or seek professional tax help.
Any renovation – no matter how big or small, is worth planning in advance.
One of the pluses of owning a home or investment property is the freedom to add value to the place with renovations. That said, the renovation process can be quite different depending on whether you are upgrading a house versus an apartment.