The 11 Household Items You’ve Been Storing Wrong

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Did you know there’s an ideal way to store your perfumes? The same way people hate to be too hot and too cold, so do many common household items. We’ve found the best storage conditions for 11 of the most common household items you’ve been getting wrong.

 

These Weren't Made For Your Bathroom

 

1) Toothbrushes

Put down your food because this one is a bit gross. Studies have found that storing your toothbrush out in the open in your bathroom could mean it picks up fecal matter when you flush the toilet.

Your first response might be to add a brush cover but these are only useful when your brush is already dry. While wet, the warmth created by a brush cover is enough to encourage bacteria.

The best conditions are a cool, dry place with plenty of airflow to allow your brush head to air dry. Try to avoid toothbrush heads touching if you hate the idea of swapping germs with your roommate or family. And bonus tip; always close the toilet lid before flushing to keep those stinky particles in the bowl where they belong.

2) Makeup brushes

Similar to a toothbrush, anything that goes near your face is best kept clean and bacteria free. Makeup brushes naturally pick up oils and dirt from your face so need to be cleaned fortnightly or monthly depending on your frequency of use. Combine the already present bacteria with steam and open flushing toilets and you’ll regret the day you ever applied your makeup with those bristles. Take them out of the danger zone altogether with a brush holder on your bedroom vanity and apply your makeup dirt free.

3) Perfumes

Another product best left off the bathroom counter is your expensive perfume collection. Frequent changes in temperature from hot showers to hair drying and cooling off when the bathroom is empty are enough to change the chemical components of your favourite scent and can even mean it loses its potency sooner. Exposure to light has a similar effect so they’re best kept away from windows and in a consistent temperature. Some people recommend the fridge but if you’d rather skip mixing food and fragrance, try a bookcase in a dark corner of your room to display your makeup, perfume and jewellery collections. Find the perfect sized cabinet in MyDeal furniture.

4) Medications

Prescription meds are another important item regularly stored in bathroom cabinets. But the changing temperatures are yet again a culprit for ruining their vital chemical makeup. Instead, opt for a basket on a high shelf in your pantry which is much more temperate. Always check the label for ideal storing conditions and recommended temperatures.

 

The Food Fails We've All Made

 

5) Onions and potatoes

It may be known as a veggie crisper but it wasn’t made for all forms of fruit and veg. Onions and potatoes are actually better stored in your dark, room temperature pantry. At chilled temps onions tend to go soggy while the starch in potatoes turns to sugar and leaves them gritty in texture.

6) Hard cheeses

Cut a slice of cheese, wrap it back up in the package it came; seems simple enough. However, once you’ve opened up your cheese you lose the airtight seal the original packaging was providing. Ever noticed a hard, dark patch on your favourite block? For hard cheeses this means air has seeped in and dried it out. Avoid this by storing it in an airtight container instead.

7) Oils and spices

You use them most around the stove so you may as well keep them there – at least in theory. In reality, too much heat can break down the rich flavour in your oils and release oils too soon from your spices leaving them dry and flavourless. Yet again it’s a cool, dark pantry shelf that keeps them best.

8) Wines

Wine storage as a concept is pretty popular but what about as a practice? Nitesh Bhatia, the CEO founder of Just Wines gave us some tips for keeping your wine at its best:

“There are a few misconceptions about wine storage and one of the most common is the longer you keep a bottle of wine before opening it, the better it will taste. The truth is, most wine is made to be consumed within the first few years.

Unless you have a dedicated, thermo-controlled wine fridge for the sole purpose of storing wine at the ideal temperature (around 15˚C), here are some tips for storing wine:

1. When in doubt, pick a cool, dry, dark place.
2. Avoid anywhere it could freeze.
3. Storing wine in regular fridge is ok but not longer than a few months.
4. Try to avoid a lot of movement.
5. Horizontal is best for cork-sealed but not necessary for screw-tops.

Sidenote: research has showed it’s actually beneficial to shake a bottle of champagne before you open it to decrease the pressure of the bubbles (you need to wait 2-3 minutes after the shake before you take the cork out).”

 

Get It Out Of The Car

 

9) Yoga mats

Keeping your sports mat in the car is convenient for all those ‘on a whim’ yoga classes you’ve been taking, right? Wrong. First off; are you actually taking spontaneous yoga? We didn’t think so. Second, the humidity from your car boot breaks down the fibres of your mat quicker which is why it’s peeling at the edges. Plan your exercise in advance instead and only pack the mat when you plan to use it.

10) Sunscreen

It’s the kind of thing you always want on hand in Australia. Unfortunately, it doesn’t like sitting in a hot car anymore than you do. High heats break down the active ingredients in your sunscreen making it less effective. If it’s left in extreme heat too long it is a risk of exploding within the bottle and leaving you a huge mess.

11) Water Bottles

There’s a reason PFOA free bottles have taken the world by storm. The chemicals in a standard plastic water bottle have been linked with concerning health issues from heart disease to some cancers. When bottles get hot in your car these chemicals are likely to leach from the plastic into the water and before you know it you’ve ingested them.

 

How many of these mistakes are you guilty of? Luckily it’s never too late to start storing things correctly.

This article was written by JULIA HAMMOND and firstly published here

 

How To Maximise Space In Your Small Family Home

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Multiple bedrooms and a sprawling backyard is the Aussie dream for most families. But in today’s housing market affording what you want (or as much space as you think you need) can seem like a far away dream. Living happily in a small home doesn’t have to be all about sacrifice. If you play it smart your family can maximise space and fit in all the necessities.

Quit the clutter

Natalie Kilburn runs a Lifestyle Management business, Belle Vie Concierge, in Sydney. She offers help in any area you can imagine from personal assistance to event planning and of course, home and life organisation. She says cutting back on clutter should be top priority when living in a small space.

“The first rule when working with a small space is to minimise the clutter, this will give you more space to work with, for example a small kitchen has limited work surfaces to begin with, so keep kitchen items off these and up in the cupboards to prevent your preparation area being reduced.

The goal is to use all areas and spaces you have available to you when you have a compact home. Small corners and crevices are often underutilised and can be a great space to insert shelving/storage. You might also want to think about utilising the space not only within the cupboard shelving but also by using storage that can be hung on the inside of the door. A good example of this would be to maximise your pantry space by placing racks on the inside of doors which will provide extra storage to place items such as spices.”
 

Store tall, not wide

 

Professional organiser and busy working mum, Linda Eagleton, understands how hard it is keeping organised when you have a family. Her business, Creative Surrounds, is all about helping you achieve beautiful, functional and tidy living spaces. She shared with us an insider tip on maximising your storage space:

“Make the most of your vertical space like the tops of wardrobes. Measure the top shelf including the height, and get storage tubs to fit that can stack and make the most of every inch of the storage opportunity. Just make sure you also measure the opening, so you can get them in and out easily. Store out of season clothes and linens here.”
 

Choose smarter furniture

 

We love the idea of a big house with a designated living, dining, study and guest bedroom but let’s be realistic – not every home has enough rooms to go around. But this doesn’t mean the spatially challenged should give up on a fully functional home. It may not be grand, but a futon sofa is a great way to combine your living spaces with a guest bed when needed. Or keep an eye out for multipurpose furniture like storage ottomans that double up as shoe storage and a seat to put them on at the front door. Lastly, a taller bed base with room for storage underneath or gas lift bed frame is a smart way to increase your storage space for linens and towels within easy reach.
 

Tricks to make it look bigger

 

Sharron Tancred, from Tailored Artworks, creates personalised artworks to bring to life the visions you have for your home. She helped us with some tips on how art and shapes can create positive optical illusions in your home.

“- Green and Yellow are both receding colours that will create the illusion of more space
– A white and natural colour palette with green is excellent for small spaces
– You can have bright colours, but keep them to smaller shapes and not too many colours. 3 is ample
– Use vertical lines in your decor e.g. drapes, plants, patterns and artwork shapes to create the illusion of higher ceilings
– Reduce the use of circles and curves to the bare minimum as these shapes will create a more cluttered looking space
– Dress your larger walls to their proportion. This means larger art again. Large art that incorporates a distant view, in keeping with your decor style, will create the illusion of more space.
– Watch your furniture clutter! The rule of thumb is 2/3rds space to 1/3rd furniture; not the reverse.” 

Fixing up the kids room

 

If you’re lacking in space it’s likely your kids are sharing a room. Maximise space and minimise fuss over who sleeps where with a kids bunk bed. Plus, instil the habit of tidiness with kids storage drawers and baskets.

Take control over your tiny space so that it works the best for your needs. Whether you need to maximise storage or want an optical illusion to make it look bigger, there’s a solution for your small home woes.

This article was written by  JULIA HAMMOND and firstly published here

 

Self Storage Facility in Sydney | Metro Storage

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Metro Storage is a 100% Australian owned business and is well established within the self-storage industry.


We are a proud member of the Self Storage Association of Australasia (SSAA) and abide by the Code of Ethics as outlined by this industry association.


Metro Storage is dedicated to providing an exceptional storage experience. Our business is driven by service to our customers and we continuously strive to develop our operations and procedures to fully meet our customers' needs.



 

We offer clean and secure storage units ranging from small to very large units and we are dedicated to offering you great value for money. Metro Storage offers a space for everyone from small to large businesses, households, students and travellers.

Metro Storage offers:


·         Clean storage units – You are guaranteed a professional, clean unit when you arrive to store your goods with Metro Storage.


·         Secure storage units – All our facilities have CCTV security cameras + secure fencing and lighting + daily facility checks. Our staff complete security checks every day by walking around the facilities.


·         Unlimited FREE access to your goods 7 days a week – You can come and go from your storage unit as often as you would like during opening hours – so you can take out or replace your goods whenever you need.


·         Trained, knowledgeable and helpful staff – Our dedicated team of professional and friendly storage consultants ensures that our customers' needs are met at all times.


·         Pay-by-the-month billing & only 7 days notice for vacating – This allows you to pay only for the time in which you need storage.


·         Packaging supplies – we offer a wide range of packaging supplies such as boxes & cartons, furniture covers, locks and tapes to make your move easier.


·         Free use of a van or ute to help move your goods into our storage units.


·         Free use of trolleys and forklift to move your goods.


·         Insurance options available – We value your goods as highly as you do, so we offer a range of insurance options.


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This article was written by ALEX KULESHOV and firstly published here

 

A Unique Treatment Under Podiatry Service

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Biomechanics in simple terms means the study of movement and how it relates to various bodily structures. It is an enormous area of study involving the correct usage of medicines, physical therapies, podiatry and orthotics.

It has a major role in diagnosis and treatment all kinds of podiatry problems. The treatment also helps to cure prolonged foot problems that stand responsible for back pain.

 

What is Biomechanical Podiatry?

Biomechanicalpodiatry is the special therapy for diagnosing, managing and treating disorders and severe injuries of the feet, ankles, knees and their associated structures.

A common example of complex human engineering is our feet and legs, which have 60 bones and an intricate network of joints, and ligaments. Improper structure or functionality of the foot can result in various injuries to the legs, knees, feet and even hips. A detailed understanding of the interaction between each of these structures is needed in order to make accurate diagnosis of one's foot and the entire leg.

What to expect?

Your foot is the strongest foundation of your body. Thus it must be cared for through proper podiatric excellence. The treatment not just focuses on the existing complaint, but also the entire lower torso for improving the complete functioning to help lead a unique lifestyle. It includes long term pain free performance through a developed and advanced assessment of your specific distress symptom. This also includes gait and postural analysis. Biomechanical podiatry involves application of the greatest levels of treatment and problem resolution utilising the latest technologies.

Symptoms that may necessitate podiatric treatment

  • Experiencing pain while bearing load or walking.

  • Experiencing pain or swelling of foot without any reason.

  • Experiencing intense swelling and numbness if the foot is pressed for some time.

  • Sharp, or painful locking in the knee during movement.

  • Limping

  • Sudden restriction, limping and immobility experienced while running or moving.

  • Instability, weakness, poor balance, and coordination of foot.

  • Poor movement, propulsion and poor strength & power.

Common conditions of:

FeetExperiencing high arches, flat feet, hyperpronation and pigeon toed. The patient feels intense pain in the heel and may even suffer from Achillies Tendonitis and Plantar Fasciitis. The feet may experience nerve compression, buniouns and toe contractures.

AnklesExperiencing strains, fractures and ligament tears due to extensive compression. If you have such problems in your lower limbs or concerned about your gait pattern or the alignment of your foot, feel free to contact a podiatrist in Balcatta. They are the best persons who can help you in healing any type of foot and ankle problem that you might have.

Biomechanical podiatry treatment is an effective way of treating long term and severe podiatric problems. Consider this specialised therapy under a reputed podiatrist in Perth to mark the beginning of the end for frustrating foot and ankle pains.

This article was written by JILL HUNTER and firstly published here

 

7 Times You Should Call In Sick From Work

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We’re all familiar with the old Australian proverb ‘to chuck a sickie’; but how many of us are falling for the trap that there’s no legitimate reason to call in sick for work? Even with issues like mental health being taken more seriously, we are left wondering when it’s appropriate to call in sick or if it’s better overall to push through the pain. To clear things up, here’s 7 reasons you need to take a sick day.

 

Understanding your rights

Taking a sick day is not just for physical illnesses like flus and viruses. In the past few years we’ve become more aware that mental health and lowering stress are also important. According to research from finder.com.au, 3.74 million Aussie workers have taken at least one day off for mental health or stress in the past year.

 

While we’re finally recognising there are many legitimate reasons to use your sick leave, how do you make sure it’s paid? Principle Lawyer for McDonald Murholme, Andrew Jewell, wants all employees to understand that they have the right to take sick leave and how to follow correct procedures:

 

“The right to be absent during illness should be available to all employees, provided the correct methods are followed. The employer can reasonably request that the individual gives notice of absence prior to the commencement of the working day, and that they provide documentation to justify the absence on medical grounds. Generally, this would take the form of a medical certificate or statutory declaration.

If an employee takes carer’s leave, then they would similarly need to provide proof of their need to care for a family member, usually in the form of a medical certificate.

Employees are protected from discrimination due to taking personal leave by reason of the general protections provisions of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).”

 

Now that you know how sick days work, what are some reasons to take one?

 

1. Your illness is contagious

Save the rest of the office (and your fellow commuters) by recognising when you may be contagious. Common illnesses like cold or flu, stomach viruses and even conjunctivitis are the kind we tell ourselves to push through but really shouldn’t. Just because they haven’t got you bed-ridden doesn’t mean you’re healthy enough to leave the house. Take a day to yourself and recuperate

 

2. You have a fever

Fevers are a sure sign your body is fighting off infection. Even if popping some painkillers will take away the symptoms it doesn’t mean you’re better. Try some natural remedies to clear up your sore head and hide in bed until the fever breaks. Only then is your body signalling you’re on the mend.

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3. You’re on the brink of burnout

This is where a mental health day kicks in. When you’ve been running on stress and adrenaline for too long your immune system takes a major hit. Instead of waiting for the inevitable crash, try to catch burnout before it hits. Typical signs include insomnia, chest pain or heart palpitations and mood swings.

 

4. You’re waiting for good or bad news

Sometimes you’re not the person who is sick but worrying about someone else’s well-being has you overly distracted. Worrying about a friend or family member or waiting for important test results is enough to keep you distracted from work. The trick with this one is you’re losing productivity so you may as well call it a day. Think of it this way – if you clock in you’re expected to work at your best so when mind is somewhere else should you bother showing up at all?

 

5. It’s that time of the month

Maybe now that period pain has been compared with a heart attack it will be more acceptable to snuggle into your soft bed rather than face the day. But it’s not just cramps that have you hiding under the covers; bloating, indigestion, muscle aches, fatigue and headaches could all strike at once leaving you a sickly mess. As long as you have the medical certificate for proof we say you give yourself a break; just don’t do it every month.

 

6. An Aussie ‘snow day’

We don’t have the typical kinds of bad weather down under but we get our fair share of strong winds and heatwaves. There’s a difference between deciding a 30 degree day is perfect for the beach and worrying that 40 degree heatwave is going to

If you have reason to believe that getting to and from work will put you at serious risk then it’s okay to skip it.

 

7. Household emergencies

Flooding leads to mould which can turn into a host of health problems from headaches to asthma and even depression. While turning a blind eye to faulty wires is a major fire risk. If there’s something not right in your home and it needs urgent attention consider taking a sick day to fix it up. Your better off taking one day now to fix the problem than a week or more when it morphs into a health problem.

 

Everyone gets sick occasionally and everyone deserves the time off to rest and recuperate. Knowing when to take a sick day from work is about recognising first that it’s your right to take one, and second if you’ll be more use in the office or not.

This article was written by JULIA HAMMOND and firstly published here

 

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Are you a student who’s looking for a removals company in Melbourne to move or relocate at affordable pricing and have some great offers for students? If so, RuffnReadyMoving Melbourne has a special offer for you! We are offering 2 'ready-to-go' hire packers and movers at a special student discounted rate. How good is that? All applicants must be currently enrolled in any University, TAFE or College in Melbourne or Australia. Your student ID must be presented upon delivery of the boxes and while the move is completely done.

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Denham Court Dentists, Winning Smiles Dental Surgery is here to provide you with high quality dental treatments including Emergency Dentistry, Teeth Whitening, Dental Implants, Wisdom Tooth Extraction, Veneers, and much more.

 

If you have a toothache or an emergency dentist denham court services such as a broken tooth that is giving you pain, or pain that keeps you up at night, please contact WINNING SMILES as soon as possible at 02 9622 3333

We will make every effort to get you into our Dental Office in Blacktown, Kellyville and Bella Vista as soon as possible. Please call our office for information. Relief is just a call away!

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If office isn’t open, please contact Dr Samreen Kaur by calling the office for instructions. You can also go to the emergency department, a walk in medical practice or you may contact your physician if you have swelling, chills, fever, or you feel your situation is getting worse quickly.

For crowns or temporaries that have come off, please contact the Surgery as soon as possible for instructions. Never leave a temporary or a permanent crown off your tooth. If you cannot come in, the best thing to do is get some denture adhesive and cement it back on with the adhesive. In case of emergency dentist, this will hold the space between the teeth and prevent the crown from needing to be remade or adjusted significantly.

Emergency care for patients with Wisdom Tooth Extraction Removal/fillings, excessive bleeding, swelling, oral infection and/ Sleep Dentistry is provided with no appointment necessary.


HOURS OF OPERATION: EMERGENCY SERVICES

Emergency Dentist Services is available at Winning Smiles Dental Surgery during these hours:

Monday through Wednesday : 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am – Till late
Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm *most weekends and some holidays


If you require emergency dental care after hours dentist, including evenings, weekends, and holidays, care is provided by Winning Smile Dental Surgery at Blacktown and Castle Hill.

If you have a problem that is not an emergency dentist, or a scheduling conflict, please contact Winning smiles Dental Surgery during normal business hours at 02 9622 33 33.

For any After hours Emergencies dentist please contact : 02 9622 33 33

This article was written by DR.SAMREEN KAUR and firstly published here

 

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Key UX Strategies that every designer should adopt while designing a User-centric mobile app

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If you see the App Store marketplaces, you’ll find one thing common in 5-star rated apps – And that’s they are praised for their user-friendly experience. That’s why in this article, I’m going to brief you about the key designing strategies that you should consider while designing a mobile app:

1. Always choose the right color palette

Have you ever wondered why ‘Delete’ button is red and ‘Submit’ button is green? Or why Twitter and Facebook are all blue? – The answer is color psychology. Every proficient designer should be adept at choosing correct color usage while designing an app. Triune Brain model could help you in understanding how the human brain responds to color and visual stimulus.

2. Imbibing a personalization strategy

People love experiments and personalization freedom. That’s why you should add multiple flavors of personalization into your mobile app. By properly analyzing your existing users’ behavior, preferences, frequent searches and their interests – you could add a touch of personalization.

3. Make the on-boarding process flawless and easy

Did you remember your first flight experience? Initially you must have felt anxious and excited especially when the plane took off? But as the plane started flying everything eased up.

It’s a similar experience for the new user who downloads your app. So your app should include all the demonstrating experience and should be easy to use. This will not only retain the existing ones, but will entice new users as well. By providing the numerous unique options for new registrations, you could collect data, which could be used further in the app. But in the verge of getting data, don’t ask users to fill a long registration forms.

4. Understand your users’ behavior

If you are developing an app, then the key to develop a successful app is you should know which feature is going to make your app successful. And by analyzing your existing user’s behavior, you can have similar features in your app. And that will entice new users and retain the existing ones.

And once you have launched your app, that doesn’t mean that you are done with the research and marketing part. You should always do research and get answers of the questions like – Who are your competitors? What is your target audience? What challenges are you trying to meet? What are the areas in which you should you’re your competitors?

These are the questions which will help you in understanding the factors that can help you make your app successful and will help you in designing a better user experience app. There are a few potential analytics tools like Flurry, Google analytics, and many more. These tools will help you in figuring out why users are dropping off.

Being the leading mobile app designing and development company, we at BrainMobi are helping businesses and brands in meeting their goals and expectations. We have been leading in industry, since inception. Bestowed with a team of proficient designers and developers, we have delivered hundreds of apps to serve clients across the world.

This article was written by BRAINMOBI and firstly published here