One of the must-have items when one moves into a new house is getting kitchen cabinets installed for the kitchen which will make the kitchen look more organised. The expensive ones are made from a special alloy which is resistant to rust, water & tear and more importantly terminates. Image source: Pexel / Diego
After a long tiring day, all we want to do is to come back to a warm, clean, comfortable home where we can lay back in a corner, put a relaxing Illayaraaja classic and have a good book in our hands. But the reality of things especially when we have very little time to clean up, organise and run out of storage, the house can be in a terrible mess & uncomfortable. Image source: Pexel/Photo by Donald Tong
Solar panels on the roofs of every home will go a long way to reducing the cost of energy in this country but we have yet to have the space or the money for this project for now. However, there are other things we did that improved productivity and cut costs at home. Image source: http://www.eurocosm.com/
Disclaimer: Making things easy at home does not mean they will be cheap. Some “investments” will be required.
Way before we could buy used cars online from Carsome or MyTukar, the family’s very first car which my Dad “bought” from his boss was this ancient Austin Morris 1100 which was a big relief and time saver considering we often need to take the bus or taxi to travel anyway. Image source: Wikipedia.
Now with “everything” being online and the delivery of the ordered items pretty much safe and on time, one will not need to go out to an ordinary shop to buy. It is just a matter of clicking a button to pick, select and pay. Infographic source: Midec / Exabytes
The downside of online purchases is that one cannot be able to physically inspect the items before purchase. And I admit that I got burned more than twice of which I managed to get a refund for some and for others, a chance to throw away into the dustbin.