In 2017 the biggest health problem facing Australian children is injury, but what’s even more surprising is that 25.5% of all injuries occur at home.
It happens every year, spring has supposedly sprung, but those last few weeks of winter just seem to cling on, keeping us cooped up inside. But, honestly, spring is just around the corner, and we can say with conviction we are looking forward to leaving the cooler days and longer nights behind us!
Now more than ever, small businesses are taking centre stage, driving a change in consumer spending habits from the once booming chain retail outlets to the artisan merchant.
It’s great to see the cosmopolitan collective heading back to their agricultural roots, going green and growing at home. From window-box planter, pop-up community gardens, and even the occasional indoor kitchen nursery. No matter the space available, the trend for green growing and sustainable living continues to spout up everywhere…and we couldn’t be more thrilled.
We’re pleased to see the world’s plastic problem is being taken seriously in Australia, with the retail big hitters withdrawing single-use plastic bags and parliament pushing for a change in legislation.
One of the more frequently used rooms in the home, we spend about an hour and forty minutes a week in the bathroom, a highly functional space from the layout to the materials used, our bathrooms encapsulate our morning and evening routines… and all the products associated. They also serve as a mini sanctuary, as nothing can put a long day behind you better than a hot shower.
Is plastic really a problem? Yes - plastic is a problem. Yes it’s been a revolutionary material that transformed and has shaped our modern lives, and yes we can credit its creation with many important products we couldn’t live without – but it’s also become ubiquitous on this planet…and it won’t be going anywhere for a long time.
The elusive ‘work-life’ balance and ‘having it all’ is something that has become embedded in western culture, and for the most part, it isn’t working.
Your floors set the look and feel for your home, they are also a big investment and you want them looking their best, which can be tricky, especially in high-traffic areas of the home like the entry way and kitchen
June is Asthma Month for ENJO Australia - and we’re drawing attention to our significant partnership with the nation’s leading lung charity, Asthma Australia, in more ways than one. In addition to great offers on our dust-busting ENJO Living range, we’re focusing on ways to help improve asthma symptoms in everyday life.
It’s that time of year again in Perth, the HBF Run for a Reason. An opportunity for the people of Perth to get together and run for their passion, inspire others and raise money for a cause close to their heart.
ENJO doesn’t just clean, it challenges the cleaning conventional by removing chemicals with the latest fibre technology, allowing us to make cleaning quicker, cleaner and safer.
They are there from the very beginning, our mentors, minders and our biggest fans. Anticipating our needs before we can even communicate, motherhood is demanding to say the very least, and we’re thankful to all the Mums and the women behind the role who balance the responsibility of family life with everyday tasks and their own passions and endeavours.
Healthy living should start in the kitchen, the space in the home where meals are prepared and the family gathers. You want to be able to cook-up in a safe, clean space and let fresh, quality ingredients do the talking.
The natural chef Matt Stone has got your autumn seafood needs sorted, with his flavour-full garlic mussels dish. Cooked in white wine and fish broth with a medley of fresh veg, this nourishing dish is delicious and perfect to share with family and friends.
Autumn has arrived and as the cooler weather creeps upon us, we retreat indoors to enjoy hearty home cooked meals and cosy nights in.
Earth day 2017 is all about education! Getting everyone familiar with the concepts behind climate change, one of the biggest issues facing our world today. The Earth Day Network’s mission…and it’s a big one, is to address climate change and protect the earth for future generations, and this year it looks to achieve its goals by focusing on education, public policy and consumer campaigns.
We tend to use the shower every day, so it’s no surprise our showers are one of the first areas in the bathroom to see a build-up of dirt, calcium, lime and mould. Plus shower screens serve a purpose, they screen the rest of your bathroom from water going everywhere, and after they have done their thing, of course we’re left with unsightly water marks.
Seasonal, organic, fresh and local – we’re always preaching the good stuff, and as autumn descends it’s time to boost our immunity and up our intake of seasonal produce.