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Must-Have Technology for Healthy, Safe, and Enjoyable Bathrooms

Must-Have Technology for Healthy, Safe, and Enjoyable Bathrooms | Homemaking | Scoop.it
Must-have technology is making bathrooms healthier, safer, more enjoyable (BPT) - Think home technology begins with your wireless, programmable thermostat and ends with the high-definition, 3-D, we...
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Quick Gluten-Free Cake For Chocolate Lovers

Quick Gluten-Free Cake For Chocolate Lovers | Homemaking | Scoop.it
(NAPSI)—Here’s a different but delicious dessert that’s fast and fun to make and excellent for entertaining, festive enough for the holidays and great whenever you or your family wants a little tas...
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The Tween Years: How to Survive as a Parent | Old Fashioned Homemaking

The Tween Years: How to Survive as a Parent | Old Fashioned Homemaking | Homemaking | Scoop.it
(BPT) - There’s the summer vacation you dream of: happy children playing games, parents relaxing, cheerful grandparents, smooth roads, short lines and
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Season-Extending Gardening Tips for Fall | Old Fashioned Homemaking

Season-Extending Gardening Tips for Fall | Old Fashioned Homemaking | Homemaking | Scoop.it
(BPT) - Warm weather, continued care and robust plants have yielded a bounty of beautiful, fresh vegetables – and personal satisfaction – from your garden this
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Make Little Teepee Play Areas for Children

Make Little Teepee Play Areas for Children | Homemaking | Scoop.it

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Kids Bookshelves, Bedroom Design for Kids

Kids Bookshelves, Bedroom Design for Kids | Homemaking | Scoop.it
Rooms for children should have a shelf of books for children always remember in learning. Bookshelves should be made interesting. Design a room for this child to inspire you.

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Start Small, See Big Results

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House cleaning – it’s a necessary evil if you want your home to be liveable and pleasant to be in.  You want to be able to have guests and that may not be possible if your house is always a mess.  When it comes to cleaning, you don’t have to deep clean every day.  You can start little and see big results in no time.

One of the easiest ways to start small and get something accomplished is to work while you’re watching television.  Commercials take two to five minutes every fifteen minutes of a television show.  Why not take that time and go through stacks of mail, fold a load of laundry, clean out a desk drawer, or wash a few dishes.  If you do this during each commercial break, you can see big results in just one evening of watching your favorite television shows.

Instead of letting things go, do things as you see that they need to be done.  Don’t wait until tomorrow if it’s something that can be done in a short period of time.  For instance, if you’ve had a glass of water or something else to drink while watching TV, don’t leave the glass in the living room or den.  Take it into the kitchen when you go through or before you go to bed for the night.  

Teach everyone in your house to put things back when they’re finished with them.  If everyone would do this one thing, the amount of clutter you have in your home could be greatly reduced.  It would also help if everyone put their clothes in the hamper after bathing or showering rather than leaving the wet towels and clothing in the floor of the bathroom.

Set aside blocks of fifteen to thirty minutes each day.  Focus on doing one thing at a time.   Write specific tasks you would like to complete on your calendar.  Here’s an idea of what this would look like:

* Monday – Clean out one desk drawer.  Throw away any pens that don’t work, straighten it up, and put things by type.

* Tuesday – Find and file all bills that need to be paid in a particular folder so they’ll be easy to find.

* Wednesday – Clean out one dresser drawer.  Purge any socks that are mismatched, ensure everything is in good repair before folding and replacing, and get rid of anything you haven’t used in six months to a year.

* Thursday – Empty one refrigerator shelf or drawer, wash it, and then throw out anything that has expired.  Make a list of items you need to replace.

* Friday – Tackle the pile of shoes in a clothes closet.  If shoes no longer fit and aren’t worn, put them in a bag or box, and take them to a local charity.

* Weekend – Take time to work together as a family to tackle one large clutter problem.  Remember that many hands make light work

De-cluttering your home may seem like a daunting task, especially if you’ve let clutter rule for too long.  You can start small, see big results, and then conquer clutter once and for all if you work a little at a time.  Celebrate your victories when you have one project done and then start on another until your home is the way you envisioned it.

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Friday Round-Up | Old Fashioned Homemaking

Friday Round-Up | Old Fashioned Homemaking | Homemaking | Scoop.it
I thought I would try a different kind of post today.  This is a "round-up" of some things I found interesting around the web.  Here is what's
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▶ Molly's Organization 101: Quick Trip to Dollar Store for Containers - YouTube

So, I've decided that the clutter in my house is jut TOO MUCH for me to handle. After watching the amazing Claire this past weekend and checking out Pinteres...
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▶ How to organize your life, organizing tips for paper - YouTube

If you have papers everywhere then I have special organizing tips for you that you will love, that works amazingly, it is an exclusive Tidy Tutor inspired pr...
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12 Ways I Get Motivated to Do Housework

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Fels Naptha Soap Uses For Stain Removal And Cleaning

Fels Naptha Soap Uses For Stain Removal And Cleaning | Homemaking | Scoop.it
Read reviews and uses of Fels Naptha soap shared by readers, for laundry stain removal and eco-friendly cleaning in their homes.
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Simplify Your Summer with 5 Easy Rules

Simplify Your Summer with 5 Easy Rules | Homemaking | Scoop.it
By Tara Aronson Summer is practically here. Soon our little darlings will be at home - with us - ALL DAY! How will we (and our homes) survive the onslaught
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Christ the Shepherd - Free Printable Bible Study

Christ the Shepherd - Free Printable Bible Study | Homemaking | Scoop.it
This is a Bible Study on the different aspects of Christ as our Shepherd. It is the form of an outline and notes. You can adapt these notes to fit your personal Bible study needs or for your group....
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A Well-Stocked Pantry | Old Fashioned Homemaking

A Well-Stocked Pantry | Old Fashioned Homemaking | Homemaking | Scoop.it
(Family Features) When it comes to mealtime, a well-stocked pantry can be the difference between culinary success and a dinner dud. Too often we contemplate
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5 Tips to Keep Your Family Healthy and Your House Clean This School Year | Old Fashioned Homemaking

5 Tips to Keep Your Family Healthy and Your House Clean This School Year | Old Fashioned Homemaking | Homemaking | Scoop.it
(BPT) - While you and your family have enjoyed relaxing vacations and amazing weather these last few months, it's time to prepare for the hustle and bustle of
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Vertical Labelled Herb Garden in Painted Pallet

Vertical Labelled Herb Garden in Painted Pallet | Homemaking | Scoop.it

Not all gardeners have unlimited space. In fact, many of us garden enthusiasts are working within very limited and sometimes particular surroundings. This gardener found a way to add an herb garden to her small yard, despite it sharing quarters with four kids and a few family dogs. This herb... http://garden.viralcreek.com/vertical-labelled-herb-garden-painted-pallet/


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Garden Markers for Herbs Made From Bricks

Garden Markers for Herbs Made From Bricks | Homemaking | Scoop.it

Garden markers aren’t just for greenhouses. They are a charming reminder of the goods you’ve got growing in your home garden. And thanks to the creative folks around the web, garden markers come in endless shapes, sizes and styles. This page shows us how to make garden markers for herbs, but the... http://garden.viralcreek.com/garden-markers-herbs-made-bricks/


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Playful Kid's Bathroom Designs Ideas

Playful Kid's Bathroom Designs Ideas | Homemaking | Scoop.it
Decorating and design your kid's bathroom can be fun. There are a seemingly infinite options for colors, patterns, and themes to choose from. Let's see the colorful and playful kids bathroom design picture.

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Crockpot Ham, Green Beans and Potatoes

Crockpot Ham, Green Beans and Potatoes | Homemaking | Scoop.it
Ingredients 2 lbs of fresh green beans 2 lbs of ham 4 baking potatoes 1 small onion Directions Dice the ham, onion and potatoes. Put everything in the crockpot along with 3 cups of water and season...
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▶ My Daily Cleaning Routine - YouTube

Hey Everyone, In this video I discuss how I clean and maintain our home on a daily basis. This simple routine has made a huge difference in keeping the mess ...
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▶ Dollar Tree Kitchen Organization! - YouTube

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▶ how to prioritize for a clean house, get things done - YouTube

http://www.thetidytutor.com How to prioritize, for a clean house, get things done. Do you have to much to do? And you feel like deer in headlights? Getting s...
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How to Tackle a Messy House

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Five Rules For Reducing Clutter In Your Home

Five Rules For Reducing Clutter In Your Home | Homemaking | Scoop.it
Here are five rules, or strategies, for reducing clutter in your home slowly, but surely, without you really noticing it.
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