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I've been phasing out store bought cleaners for awhile now and most of my homemade cleaners involve only two or three ingredients and water. Things like hydrogen peroxide, alcohol, castille soap, and baking soda work wonders, and cost less than any store bought cleaners out there. Natural, inexpensive, and useful...a winning combo
Day 3: Treating My Home to Flowers & Green Cleaners Liveblogging the January Cure
|1/4/13 2:51 PM|
My morning ritual usually involves hitting snooze a couple of times, taking my pup out for a quick potty break, and a large tumbler of coffee. Things usually feel so hectic that I didn't really think about it being a routine until I read this post. Makes me think that I need to change my morning approach this year.
What's Your Morning Ritual?
|1/4/13 9:41 AM|
The first thing I outboxed was a couple of random decorative dishes I had laying around, some patches of felt from a never finished art project, and an assortment of thrift store artwork I had stowed away ages ago. So much more will be entering this box in the coming weeks. It feels too good to stop haha.
Liveblogging Day 2: Outbox It! Liveblogging the January Cure
|1/3/13 3:16 PM|
@bekuhdoo I'm a Gen Y-er and like so many of us I don't own a home and have rented since graduating high school in 2004. I've always had herbs growing and an indoor plant or two but it wasn't until last year that I finally lived in a space with a yard. I can't plant a "real" garden like the ones I had growing up but my husband and I have about 8 containers we plant lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, radishes, turnips, and cucumbers in.
Where Are the Gen X & Y Gardeners? The Gardenist
|5/2/12 1:11 PM|
I would not suggest ripping out the flooring and putting something new down. Part of the unique charm of older buildings is the original features like hardwood floors, and crown molding/baseboards. I, personally, would sand them and re-stain them. Even though it's a lot of work the results will last forever, and you'll be keeping to the original design of the house. If you just can't deal with the sanding, paint is the only other option in my book.
Should I Paint or Stain My Hardwood Floor?
|4/5/12 9:56 AM|