Contrary to proper belief, spring cleaning is an icky necessity that should take place a couple of times per year. Whether you’re looking to deep clean your home or zap allergies and air-born illnesses before they can move in these reputable cleaning tools can help you tackle even the toughest cleaning jobs in no time flat.
A lot of us Twin Falls mommies and daddies use Pinterest on a daily basis. We have all found great things on Pinterest, and some not so great things. Some of us have even “nailed it” on Pinterest.
It's time for your to resolve our latest Morning Show debate. Jackie thinks that you should make your bed every day. She says that it sets the pace for the rest of your day. I say, making a bed is a waste of time... You're just going to mess it up at the end of the day anyway, right...
Accidents happen. And they usually happen when there is a lot of people around. Last night a person at the super bowl party I attended someone stepped in dog doo doo and tracked it across the carpet. This was a problem that could not be dealt with the next day so five guys taught themselves how to use the steam mop.
Read the title. Now, read it again. Does it make any sense to you? I've heard this come up in conversation before; not just at my own house but in others. No sooner is the toilet clean, when the announcement is made that the potty is now off limits.
We have all tried to save time while cleaning. If this sounds like you then the "baby mop" could be your solution. Not only is it cute but it provides a great function. Some daycare are using these on all their babies to keep their playing environment clean and free of dust mites. What do you think?
If not for my wife, I'd live in a dump. And she's probably right. Before I was married, I probably vacuumed once per month (sometimes less) and I don't recall ever washing the outside of a window or even looking in my oven any longer than it took to take out a frozen pizza.
Over the weekend we had surprise house guests, which was exciting and a little nerve racking because our house wasn't exactly ready for guests. I found myself shoving last minute items into my dresser and wash machine so that the house didn't look messy...
When your husband refuses to do even the most basic household chores without screwing them up know that your wife doesn't trust your kids more than you.
According to a survey in PR Newswire by "Real Simple" magazine, women are almost twice as likely to trust their kids to do chores instead of their husbands. 17% delegate to the kids, 9% delegate to their husbands.