Every home has some old and unused items. With a little creativity and DIY work, they can be put together to create something new and useful. In this article, a back cushion is made using an unused bolster case, some old clothing and towels, and old potpourri.
Routine activities—especially chores—can help a child with disabilities learn essential life skills.
The colourful woven layers of Nepal's cultural tapestry are reflected in its cuisine. Try these 12 Nepal food items for a true Nepalese experience.
Do you struggle to get your child to complete assignments? Do you have to constantly prompt your child to focus and finish the task at hand? Read on to find out how task completion can be easier for your child and you.
Have a bagful of mung beans sitting on the pantry? Turn them into bowls of nutrient-packed dessert, or better still, turn them into sprouts for salads and soups!
It is possible to put to-go and other convenient packaging to better use, before adding them to the trash pile that may further strain our already vulnerable environment. Recycling and extending such materials' lives may be a little way we can all contribute to a greener and more sustainable world.
Before you toss those odds and ends from ingredients of a meal preparation, think again. Why not extend the use of those vegetable scraps in making healthy, natural stock-able stock for your next dish and meal?
Do you have that tub of leftover yogurt that you think you may not be able to finish by its expiry date? What about that half-finished carton of milk? Extend your food's shelf life by turning it into fresh homemade yogurt!
Are you a coffee lover? Do you throw away the grounds after having brewed your beloved coffee? Read on to find out how you can also love your coffee grounds, after having learnt their many uses!
This article will show you how to turn used pomelo skins into natural cupboard deodorant and insect repellent.