Posts Tagged ‘Lifestyles’
Off grid living is not for everyone, but for those that are up to the challenge, it can be one of the best lifestyle changes possible today. Off grid living has come to be a blanket term for many types and forms of living off the grid. It can be as basic as no longer fully using power from your electric provider’s grid, or as complex as having no reliance on any public utilities. The latter would be “wonderful” off the grid living, which is completely autonomous and having no dependence on the local water supply, sewer, natural gas, electric power grid, or any other similar utilities. This does not mean that partial off grid living is not aloof objective as indispensable.
Another new misconception about living off the grid, would be the type of people and lifestyles associated with it. One does not need to live out in the woods, or never wash their hair, radiant to not be dependent on public utilities. Nor does it mean you need to wear the same clothes everyday and go hunt for your food. Of course, some people do this, but for most of us, off the grid living will relate a stout different relate. Read the rest of this entry »
Most of us live our lives in the lickety-split forward mode. Our lifestyles are so different from those of previous generations…
The obligations catch us away from our homes and so often we have runt time for our families. When we are at home, we face cleaning, cooking and other chores, but also constant planning of chauffeur duties and schedules. To acquire life easier for us and our families, we need to seriously reflect our lifestyle, before we do our decorating choices.
Among other surfaces that consume a lot of abuse in our homes is flooring. When choosing your hardwood flooring retract your lifestyle very seriously. Read the rest of this entry »
If you wanted to redesign your home interior in the Zen style, what would it behold like and where would you open? You might imagine scenes of peace and tranquillity, perhaps a link with nature, for some it might conjure up images of a minimalist Japanese style. There certainly wouldn’t be any clutter or loud colours and complex patterns to distract the recognize, or extra bits of furniture, or lots of ornaments and paraphernalia. Zen is anything but tangible so how can we best relate it? Read the rest of this entry »