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Wondering how to get started? Here are a few tips and tricks to make spring cleaning a breeze.
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?
How do you live together in the same house until death do you part and be glad you are? My husband and I have discovered a few things that help -- a lot.
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There are two shows I can turn on any time and I will start cleaning my house without even realizing I'm doing it. It may begin with wiping down a counter, but if it turns out to be a marathon, my whole kitchen will be spotless by the third episode.
This Thanksgiving, when you're feeling grateful for your feast, also think about the napkins, the well-scrubbed faces around your table and the prospect of cleaning the oven when it's all over.
For 20 years, Bruce Lubin and his wife Jeanne have been collecting tips and hints to save time, money, and make everyday tasks easier. Their book "Who...
I'm not your pie-baking big-family-gathering-hosting kind of gal. I used to apologize for that. I'd apologize, and attempt another experiment. I'm all finished with those.
Like most people working in the field of safety, I don't want to argue with people but rather inform them -- to persuade them about the trade-offs they make about appearance versus safety.
As I got more into my regular yoga practice, my eating habits changed simply because I didn't want to feel bloated or puffy in the morning.