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Letter from the Editor

Welcome to our March issue!

After several months of grumbling from under a blanket, spring is traditionally the time we roll up our sleeves and resolve to get organised (maybe after just one more cup of tea). If you’re not feeling fully fired up yet, our savvy storage solutions on page 92 will help you get the ball rolling, including three key looks to suit every style. And if that doesn’t do the trick, dive straight into our collection of the very best hacks for every room, starting on page 63. With ideas for saving money, time and effort, your life will never be the same again – and you won’t be looking back!

For those yet to purchase your dream home, never fear. Hayley Gilbert is on hand to break down the headache-inducing process of finding a mortgage into bitesize chunks on page 82. Already settled with a few little ones to keep entertained? Ashlyn Gibson has stepped in with imaginative ideas to transform your spaces into magical (yet practical) playgrounds on page 98.

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