Recently I was invited by Seventh Generation and MyBlogSpark to participate in Project Laundry Line. The challenge? Wash your clothes in cold water and dry them on the line for 30 days. Hmmm…. me thinks, I can handle that. In fact, I was already washing our clothes in cold water and I had some experience […]
Back by popular demand, another homemaking vlog. This time: how to fold a bath towel, according to my dear Aunt Cass.
So far, we’ve discussed dejunking and organizing. The last part of Spring Cleaning is, of course, the obvious: CLEANING.
Traditionally, “Spring Cleaning,” is giving your home a good, deep scrubbing to get rid of accumulated dust, dirt, and grime. For many it can be the time to do seasonal tasks, such as washing the screens, vacuuming the refrigerator coils, and changing light bulbs.
This here’s the month to get cleaning! Want to come along? Last week we talked a little about dejunking. For many of us, it’s not the dirt and dust that gets us down, it’s the stuff. And I will hazard a guess that most of us have more stuff than we truly need. I know […]
Baby gates have been an integral part of everyday life in FishHouse for quite some time. To keep our littlest one corralled and out of trouble, we have them at the head and foot of our stairwell as well as one on the way into the kitchen. There’s only so much help unloading the dishwasher […]
It would appear that many of us have cleaning on the brain these days. I find it interesting that our nature is to clean and organize once the weather has turned for the better and we should be outside enjoying it. Why wasn’t I cleaning during the dreary rainy days of January? For our grandmothers, […]
It’s happened to you before. Your child gets carsick, has a blowout, or simply enjoys his ice cream cone a little too much. One of the casualties is the carseat. Nowhere in the parenting manual are there directions for how to clean puke out of the crevices or chocolate ice cream from the straps. Never […]
April is here and so is Spring. The sun has started to shine a little more often, birds are singing, the air feels crisp and the sunshine warm. After a long, cold winter, this fresh start is exhilarating. However, what lurks in your home behind closed doors? Dust bunnies? Musty smells? A few piles of […]