/r/homemaking is a community of all genders that are interested in keeping their home, their apartment, or their room clean. We also are interested in gardening, decoration, lifehacks, and anything related to household management.
Advice, challenges, questions, inspiration and discussions about how to be able to handle all the stuff you have and how to get rid of things you no longer need or want. For people who want to tidy up and get rid of their clutter (physical, visual, digital, or otherwise). Designed to be a related site to /r/minimalism, however it's up to you to decide how much or how little you want.
For women and gender non-binary redditors who are fit, want to be fit, like reading about fitness to put off getting fit. Feel free to discuss your own personal experience related to fitness, exercise, dieting, gaining weight, body image, and health.
/r/Parenting is the place to discuss the ins and out as well as ups and downs of child-rearing. From the early stages of pregnancy to when your teenagers are finally ready to leave the nest (even if they don't want to) we're here to help you through this crazy thing called parenting. You can get advice on potty training, talk about breastfeeding, discuss how to get your baby to sleep or ask if that one weird thing your kid does is normal.
Interior Design is the art and science of understanding people's behavior to create functional spaces within a building. It is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment. These solutions are functional, enhance the quality of life and culture of the occupants and are aesthetically attractive.
AskWomen: A subreddit dedicated to asking women questions about their thoughts, lives, and experiences; providing a place where all women can comfortably and candidly share their responses in a non-judgmental space. As part of our commitment to that mission, the AskWomen subreddit is curated to promote respectful and on-topic discussions, and not serve as a debate subreddit.
Home base for people who are organised and for people who want to be organised. No organisational idea works for everyone, but it is useful to see what works for other people so you can tweak their ways for your own use. Remember, not everyone is in the US, organisation and organization are used interchangeably around here.