My Dirty Family, Getting Rid of Germs, and Staying Healthy in 2014

Staying Healthy in the New Year

Can you identify with this statement? I have crazy, dirty children, a dirty husband, and 2 dirty cats. I’m forever using Clorox Disinfecting Wipes to rid surfaces of grimy fingerprints, nose prints and tongue prints (don’t ask). I wrote that last month, pitching myself to participate in a Clorox Disinfecting Wipes campaign about staying healthy […]

10 Ways to Use a Bounce Dryer Sheet (Without a Dryer)

10 Ways to Use Bounce Dryer Sheets (Without a Dryer)

It has been a long time since I’ve posted a new contribution to my 10 ways to use… series, but I’ve been working on a campaign with Bounce, and I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to add to the series. Make sure you keep Bounce dryer sheets out of the reach of children […]

How to Make a Fairy Garden for Under $20

How to Make a Fairy Garden for Under $20

When my mom was alive and healthy, she took Grace to monthly classes at our local garden center. During one of their classes, they made this fairy garden: They put plants in it (the two in the back, next to the mushroom house) and soil and the pebbles. My mom splurged and got the gazing […]

Organizing Our Homeschool Supplies

How I Organized Our Homeschool Supplies

We homeschool in our dining room. It’s also the room in which I have quiet time and do crafts and dig in the dirt and do macramé and sew and write in my journal and do pretty much everything else we do. We have a lot of stuff packed into our dining room, and it’s usually all over our […]

My Balding Cat (Or How to Get Rid of Fleas on Your Cat)

PetArmor for Cats Review

This is a sponsored post. The day before I signed the papers to buy my home, I picked up two kittens from a local shelter. I called them George and Gracie. (My mom suggested those names, of course a nod to the Burns and Allen comedy team.) Unfortunately, George died about six weeks later, and […]

How to Plant Hens and Chicks In a Boot

how to plant hens and chicks in boots

I have on many occasions told my husband that we should raise some chickens. It’s not because I like chickens, actually, I think they are dirty and mean and dumb, but I do like fresh, cage-free, free range eggs. Joe always says I’m crazy (which is what my mother said when I brought it up […]

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