If you’re parking on the street, you’re making our neighborhood LESS safe, LESS friendly, and LESS inviting to visitors and future homeowners. Here are some reasons why you shouldn’t park on the street. Plus photos!
Home & Garden
Here are a couple of tried & true remedies for a yucky, mildewy shower curtain that’s in serious need of a good cleaning…
You’ve probably seen them hanging out in people’s yards. Truthfully, I never understood the whole Bag-a-Bug concept… that is, until WE needed to use them! Here’s why we swear by the bug bags…
Some of the reasons you might want to consider a saltwater sanitizing system for your swimming pool — instead of using chlorine in your pool.
Freecycle is a great place to find free stuff AND a great place to give away free stuff! Here’s how to find a Freecycle group in your area. Plus my tips for making the most of Freecycle locally.
These screw-on lids fit on most any bottle (lotion, ketchup, shampoo, etc.) making it possible to store the bottle upside down and dispense the product a little at a time from the flip-up lid. It’s great for products that don’t come in an upside down bottle yet.
All about my favorite house cleaning products: the Bissell Pro-heat steam cleaner, the Oreck vacuum cleaner, Tech stain remover, and Air Delights air deoderizers.
These small square plates have a handled that’s molded out of the same thick plate-material that Corning uses in their best products. I’m not crazy about the thinner Corningware plates and dishes.
These spiders are a common sight around our Tennessee home. We find them both indoors and outside. This one was photographed in the corner of our dining room. At first, I was scared it might be a poisonous Brown Recluse spider! Turns out it’s a Wolf spider, which is a rather common household spider. See a […]
Here are my favorite home and organization magazines. Some are women’s magazines, but most are specifically related to home improvement and new home design. These are playing a big role in the process of building our new log home.
Tips and instructions for learning how to fold ANYTHING… from folding towels and napkins to sheets, shirts, sweaters, and pants!