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Think soap can only be at the sink or in the shower? Well, think again because soap is actually quite the little multi-purpose household item. Use it in these ways and it will save you time and money -- and make your life a little greener too!
You may think that this is one of cleanest spots because everything gets washed in the sink, right? Think again.
Having more than one roommate/housemate can be an even tougher challenge, but here are some tips that will hopefully help you make the most out of your situation.
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Learn to let go of things. Emotional attachments to every little item are dangerous. If that doesn't sway you, go watch an episode of A&E's Hoarders. Clear the clutter. Chances are that there are papers from the tenth grade in a folder somewhere.
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At a minimum, our time is spent on life's essentials: cooking, cleaning, brushing our teeth, sleeping, socializing, working. Time flies when we're having fun, but it also flies when we're active with a purpose.
Organize makeup brushes in pretty small vases or pencil cups to add a bit of style to your dressing area. This works whether you're storing them in a medicine cabinet or on a countertop.
I'm quite happy to never be a ninja if it means I can simply spray something on the dirt and then get back under the duvet.
Limited space, resources, and budget need not preclude you from having a clean, organized, and more user-friendly kitchen.
Use your cleaning time as a calming activity. The act of throwing away the trash and cleaning counters and surfaces can be very relaxing. In a hectic day, this is your time to take control and create change.
My youngest son is getting a ride home tonight from college and I've been dusting up a storm. Okay, so I saw him a few weeks ago for a couple of hours, but this is different, both of my darling boys are coming home. I really want the house to be clean and tidy (who am I kidding?) We'll be a happy family again, stress free and agreeable. Or will we?