Your identity changes when you move house and, if that's to a different community, your clothes change along with you.
Housing policy needs to prioritise housing's function as a home, rather than an asset.
Think moving won't change you? You might want to rethink that. To feel 'at home' you need to accept the new place where you live as part of your changing identity.
Young people can make big savings living with their parents, but it throws up some thorny issues.
Home can be a slippery concept. But psychologists have long understood that it plays a huge role in self-identity and emotional well-being.
The company has made the world flat (packed).
The latest 2016 Census data assesses what the national home ownership and rental rates are and how these vary location. It also gives us a picture of mortgage and rental costs.
A host of spaces that were once immune to commercial intrusion – from parks to our friendships – are now being infiltrated by advertisers. Are we being enslaved by a 'merciless master'?
Crime is declining, but people are getting more and more defensive about their homes.
Changing home causes more than just social upheavel for youngsters.
It's the best time to make a fresh start.
There's no 'one size fits all' approach. But a lot of little things – from colors to appliance noise – can make a big difference.
Huntsman spiders deserve a place alongside koalas and kangaroos as iconic Australian wildlife.
Be thankful you aren't a male redback spider.
Our homes harbour hundreds of species of insects and their relatives.
Fleas have lived with people for as long as people have lived with pets.
Moulds and fungi have been living with us for thousands of years - you just might not think about them until they become a problem.
As summer rolls on once again you're despairing at a brown lawn. Perhaps you should embrace a shabbier backyard.
Sweating it out through hot summer nights? Here are some tips when you're looking for something to cool you down.
Decluttering, spearheaded by Marie Kondo and Japanese minimalist consumerism, has taken on quasi-spiritual connotations. What are we actually trying to get rid of when we throw out all our stuff?