Create a Spring Cleaning Action Plan

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Create an easy Spring Cleaning Action Plan

Over the next few weeks, we’re going to be talking about spring cleaning.  For some people, this is just a really deep clean. For me, it’s a chance to reorganize (or get organized), purge clutter, and make my house shine. Before we dive in, let’s create an action plan and make sure we have everything we need. [Read more...]

Natural Kitchen Cleaners

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DIY Natural Kitchen Cleaner

Spring cleaning is right around the corner, but you don’t have to dread it!  We’re going to be sharing some more homemade household cleaners that will save you time and money. Learn how to clean the microwave without scrubbing, keep your dishwasher and oven sparkling, and defunk your stinky  garbage disposal with these natural kitchen cleaners! [Read more...]

Save with this DIY Toilet Cleaner

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DIY Natural Toilet Cleaner

Cleaning the toilet without the right cleaner can be like fighting an uphill battle. It either doesn’t look clean after scrubbing forever or you have that harsh chemical smell. If you want something that will leave your toilet sparkling clean without any toxins, you’ll love our homemade toilet bowl cleaner! [Read more...]

Storage Solution for all those FREE PAPER TOWELS!

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paper towel mess

Have you picked up any of the free paper towels this past month? I was organizing my stockpile and needed to to find a way to store my paper towel rolls. I figured out that 12 rolls fit nicely in a kitchen trash sack! I was able to fill up two trash sacks with my Essential Everyday and Brawny Brand towels and now, they stack perfectly! If you have some of these free rolls “rolling” around try this out and see how it works for you!

paper towel storage

Open the bag, and lay three rolls across the bottom so they are perpendicular to the seam of the bag so it a makes flat bottom row. Then, repeat three more times making a total of four rows and presto you have a nice paper towel package!  I tied my bags with a bow so I could reuse the them after I use up the towels. When building a stockpile, you sometimes need to find creative storage solutions!