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I’m detouring from my series about my favorite organizing products so I can update you all on my progress with P90X. Since I was away from blogging for so long, many of you didn’t get a chance to see my [...]
A Guest Post By Angela Harpert Of 0800 House Cleaning
Cleaning is always tedious and time-consuming. Years ago, it was only the woman whose domestic obligations were cooking and cleaning. Maybe some secrets of cleaning come from these times, and today they are rediscovered. Nobody knows for sure, what we know is that they [...]
A Guest Post By Dirk Pucket of Dialy Bread
Freeze-dried foods are often compared to and confused with dehydrated foods. Both are useful for emergency food storage, hunting, biking, hiking and camping trips. But, the way they’re processed in order to preserve the foods are completely different. These processes help [...]
A Guest Post By Michelle Pino of the Spa At Turning Stone Resort Casino
When you greet the world, do you put your best face forward? When it comes to skin, your face can experience the most damage. Sun, wind, and toxins begin to take their toll on that [...]
Monday I told you in my recent Herbalogica Weightloss/Candida diet update that I was planning on starting P90X: Tony Horton’s 90-Day Extreme Home Fitness Workout DVD Program and doing a video review for ya’ll. Both of which I have done.
Before we get to the video I wanted to highlight the things [...]
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I’ve been getting a ton of questions from you guys wanting to know how well I’m doing now so long after finishing up this so-called “diet.”
Currently I’m doing well, but I’ve had some struggles along the way before I’ve gotten to this point. [...]
In case you are wondering where I’ve been all week, the answer is that both my babies have pink eye. Yuck!
This has been the most frustrating illness I’ve dealt with so far as a mommy. Neither one of my kids have ever had pink eye before, so when Ariela started showing [...]
A Guest Post By Karen Miller of Terminix
Clean, affordable cleaning is all about having the right tools and the right practices/habits. Let’s first dig into the tools
Thank you Foodsource.com for this educational infographic.
A couple of years ago I met a really neat army wife who was very into everything homemade, including breads. Since I was virtually bread-making stupid I expressed to her my desire to learn how to make my own bread. Being the teacher type that she is, she was thrilled to pass on her [...]