Would my family fire me? Would they drown in dirty laundry? Probably not. Knowing my boys, they would just keep wearing dirty clothes until their girlfriends made them learn how to operate the washer and dryer.
Like the return of baseball, blossoms and outdoor barbecues, spring cleaning is one of those things that many people like to do once March makes its way onto the calendar.
The coffeemaker. The blender. The cast iron skillet. You use these kitchen tools every day -- but cleaning them is always a real pain in the neck. Until now. These three brilliant tricks will have them all spotless in no time.
Struggling to find the time -- nay, the motivation -- to get all your chores done? Well, you might want to sit down for this news: You can get it all done hardly using any energy at all and without sacrificing any of your home's cleanliness.
Sure, you could buy expensive cleaning products full of scary-sounding chemicals. Or you could make your own at home. Here are five simple recipes for everyday cleaners that are easy, cheap and free of ingredients you can't pronounce.
"Who has the remote?" Well, that's actually the problem. Everyone loves to hold it and pass it around, which means serious bacteria build-up. Wipe it down with disinfecting wipes on a daily basis.
One of the most overlooked ways of optimizing your health and success is to flush anything, anything, out of your home that d...
Between "seasoning" and scrubbing, you're totally stumped.
Spring is just around the corner, ladies, and with it, the opportunity to give those closets a deep clean. We're doing so with the help of Marie Kondo, the Japanese organizational guru and author of the international best-seller The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
Life is happening each day so instead of whizzing through it, waiting for the "good stuff" (the relationship, the car, the vacation, the job) to appear, why not elevate the way we live each day instead?
Is it just me, or is a carpet with those sweet, beautiful vacuum lines almost as beautiful as looking at a sunset over the ocean?
By submitting an itemized return, you can reduce your taxable income and pay less taxes, thus keep more money in your pocket. Here are a few simple ways stay organized and "file ready" before the deadline.
Washing your hands and stocking up on orange juice are great starting points, but there's more you can do at home to decrease your chances of falling ill. Take these steps to keep yourself and your family in good health.
I intend to create beauty wherever I am: a clean, clear space may just be the brilliant bouncing-off place for a whole new level of blessings.
Where's the gift cards, the American Express, the cold, hard cash?/ Just a few coins, wrinkled tissues and some cream for diaper rash.
You don't have to live in filth just because you're sick of chemical cleaners! Instead, try some natural solutions to your gritty and grungy problems, to get the same level of cleanliness without raising the level of poison in your home.