I try to help people unfamiliar with this issue, since finding a home, to advise on the small print of contracts or suggest tricks, because domestic tasks do not have to be a punishment nor a penalty, he argues Mey. Decalogue of good intentions the journalist is aware of the current difficulties of young people to leave the House of parents by the economic crisis although it acknowledges that the good that young people have is that there is now IKEA, a company of practical furniture and low cost, which can furnish your home with little money and his personal stamp. Although the advice of this book are dedicated to young people who decide to jump into the pool, also serves to situations such as divorce, widowhood and for all those people who want to expand their domestic knowledge and converting your home into your refuge in his sweet home emphasizes Mey. The journalist ends their wise advice with a Decalogue of good intentions: 1. your House is your nest, your location on the map.
Care for it! 2. In house you find space for your privacy and also for your sociability. 3. Your home is the best hotel and spa in the world. In it you can enjoy the best rest, most relaxing bath, more appetizing meal or the most desired venue. 4 Home life requires a bit of time everyday and in return gives you great quality of life. 5. Your home says a lot about you and your personality.
Print your personal seal and avoids cliches. 6 Open the door of your House to the people you want to. 7 Cleans and sorts your House to live it. Does not become it a museum that will enslave you and deter others. 8. If you convives with more people, unwritten rules of functioning household sets. 9 Enjoy the House where you live. It is your home. Not pospongas improvement for the home of your dreams. 10 Eat, sleep, read, look at a party football, mounts a tertulia, writes, kitchen, iron, watering the plants, put heart into your House.