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Top Tips on How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Home Improvement Resolutions

When you’re thinking about your New Year’s resolutions, don’t forget to include your home. If you’re looking to be more organized and save money, you can to home resolutions. To help you get started, here are a few year-long tasks to tend to.

Streamline your wardrobe

Complete two tasks at once by being both stylish and organized with a New Year wardrobe detox. Take all of your items out of your closet and put each into one of three piles: items you want to get rid of, things that need repairing, and garments that can stay in the wardrobe. Every time you buy a new piece of clothing, aim to donate an item to charity so that you stay on top of your clutter.

Prevent bathroom mold

The high moisture level in your bathroom can cause mold and mildew. Elimination bathroom dampness is the key to keeping mold from growing, which can make your bathroom look unsightly. Ensure that your bathroom has sufficient ventilation, whether it’s a fan or an open window, for when moisture levels are high after a hot bath or shower. To get rid of the current mold, scrub with detergent and water, then let the surface dry completely.

Save money on bills

Resolve to save money this year by making your home more energy-efficient. As well as major jobs (such as installing insulation and considering solar panels), there are some quick fixes that can help you to conserve energy. Seal doors to stop draughts, update your lightbulbs to LEDs, and always have a sweater on hand so that you can throw that on instead of turning up the heating.

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