• Tips

    How to Keep Fresh Food in the Refrigerator

      This is a handy tip I love to use to keep only fresh foods in the refrigerator. It’s a challenge to know when food is still good or has been sitting in the refrigerator for a month. You don’t want to waste food. Keep track of  food by writing the date that you open the package with a marker. Put older foods on the top shelf to remind yourself to use them first. It’s that easy. This is best for pasta sauce. Somehow we collect sauce and I never know when they were opened. This really helps us keep track of food.

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    How To Remove Fuzzy Pills From Furniture

    It will drive you mad picking piece by piece from your furniture. The little fuzzy pills can come from a favorite blanket or sweater and never seem to go away. If you’re faced with problem there is an easy solution. I picked up this tip from Heloise and have been using it for a while. All you need is a cheap nail file or emery board. I got mine from CVS and bought a pack for a dollar or so. Method: Take the nail file and gently rub in circles on your material. Note: As always when trying a new method, test on a hidden area to make sure that…

  • Pinterest Review

    Pinterest Experiment: Removing Underarm Stains

    Do you have a loved t-shirt or a cami that you can’t bear to part with but has those ugly stains from deodorants? Two of my favorites you’ll see below. One is an off white cami from Ann Taylor, I love to wear this under cardigans and sweaters. The other is a summer t-shirt from New York and Company which really got dirty. I was about to get rid of it. That was until I came across this pin on Pinterest. It connected to who else? Jillee… titled Goodbye to Yellow Armpit Stains. If you remember this Pinterest Experiment, I tested her method for cleaning a cookie sheet. I wanted…

  • Pinterest Review

    Pinterest Experiment: Baking Sheet Cleaning

    I have been finding a lot of natural, easy cleaning tips on Pinterest. I wanted to see if they stood up to the test. I found this pin connecting to an article at One Good Thing by Jillee. I was excited because I have a cookie sheet that has turned into a mess. I reserved this for messy foods and reheating leftovers. Of course I didn’t take a decent photo of it before I started my project… imagine the center of my finished project all over the cookie sheet. The Process: Sprinkle cookie sheet with baking soda. Spray hydrogen peroxide on the baking soda. Sprinkle more baking soda on top…

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