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Love organising your home? Nova’s new original podcast Home Hacks is for you

PRESS RELEASE · Sydney NSW, Australia ·

Do you love to organise your home? Do you get a kick out of finding simple shortcuts and hacks? Desperate for expert tips to help you simplify your life? Then Nova’s new original podcast Home Hacks, launching on Saturday 23 October, is the podcast for you.

Join the founders of ‘Mums Who’, Karlie Suttie and Rachael Hallett, to learn their best shortcuts, tips, tricks and hacks to help manage your home and create spaces you feel relaxed in. Each weekly episode will focus on a different small space in your home. The bite sized episodes aim to keep things nice and simple and ensure listeners won’t get overwhelmed.

Home Hacks will provide practical tips on everything from organising your makeup storage to easy changes you can make to your laundry and broom closet to increase its functionality. The series will also feature seasonal tips, for instance, how to pack away your Christmas decorations so you avoid having thousands of tangled fairy lights next year.

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‘Mums Who’ started in early 2017 when Co-Founders, Karlie and Rachael, wanted to share their love of home organisation with like-minded people. With an on-line community of over 600,000 people, the duo shares simple tips and hacks on their socials, upload helpful blogs to their website, have created their own innovative products and have written a book “Mum’s Who Clean” to help all mums manage and organise their daily lives.

Karlie said, “I love to organise and am super passionate about sharing tips and tricks that could help make other’s lives easier. I’ve developed systems that save time, money and make the space look nice. I can’t be bothered doing everyday tasks like cooking, laundry and grocery shopping so I’ve created ways to make this an easy task so I can spend time doing fun things with my kids.”

Rachael said, “I love making time for things that matter, so organising is all about increasing efficiency. Having great systems and everything in its place means there is no brain power required, it makes mundane tasks like putting away groceries, toys or a general tidy more efficient and frees up precious minutes for family time.”

With a love for planning and organising, Karlie is the mum of three young girls and has always been organised while Rachael, a mum of two boys, is a self-confessed natural slob but loves the feeling of being clean and organised. The Victorian duo have all the tricks and tips to provide listeners with the best Home Hacks to improve and simplify their home life and personal spaces!

Elle Beattie, NOVA Entertainment’s Managing Producer said, “I’ve been a member of the ‘Mums Who’ Facebook groups for years and have seen first-hand the appeal that exists for this style of content, especially now that we are spending more time than ever at home. Karlie and Rachael are a goldmine for content, and already have an active engaged audience. I am really excited that we can extend their brand into podcast form and hopefully, finally have a Tupperware drawer that closes!”

The NOVA Entertainment Podcast Network hosts the best Australian and international podcasts in investigative journalism, love, dating, comedy, entertainment, business and technology, health and lifestyle Its A Lot with Abbie Chatfield, The Space with Casey Donovan, Decoding Crypto and many more.

Home Hacks is an original Nova Podcast launching on Saturday 23 October, with a new episode released every Saturday.


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