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A few days ago, I posted about gaining a new perspective on housekeeping. After writing that, I started thinking that there should be a follow up. A Part 2. Because the opposite can happen as well. Let me explain. How … Continue reading
Have you ever sat at a red light and waited, and waited, and waited. Like for 5 minutes sitting at that red light, while you get more and more frustrated at how LONG the light is? Have you ever actually … Continue reading
I just came across the coolest thing I’ve ever seen which is a) a pan saver, b) a money saver, c) a time saver, and d) an earth saver. Does it get better than that!? My muffin tins and jelly … Continue reading
Do you have a messy eater in your home? Or maybe two? Or three? I find that the floor under our table is always messy, wet, sticky, or literally STUCK. Cheerios and Life cereal are the worst, aren’t they!? Today, … Continue reading
The Epiphany A few weeks ago, our area of Minnesota was hit with a huge snowstorm. In just 24 hours, we received about 20 inches of snow. Add that on top of the 10 inches we already had, plus all … Continue reading
Today I mastered the art of a clean tub and shower. Might I introduce you to an old pal, Comet. Not this Comet: This one:I’ve used The Works, Scrubbimg Bubbles, and even Baking Soda in my tub, and today I … Continue reading
I don’t even remember my first pack. Must of been almost 17 years ago now. Since then, I haven’t been without them near. (Well, maybe on the occasional get away without the kids.) Yet still, it’s not like wet wipes … Continue reading