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Serve Your Soup in a Bread Bowl, and Avoid the Cleanup [VIDEO]

February 26th, 2013 | By in Appetizers, Budget, Cooking, For Kids, How To Videos, Recipes, Videos
Soup bread bowl

Get fancy and save time by serving your soup in an edible bread bowl

How To Lower Your Electric Bill [VIDEO]

February 25th, 2013 | By in Electrical DIY, Home Repair, Trending Now, Videos
Lower electricity bill

Many ways to help the environment are costly, but using less electricity is one measure that will help you stay green without turning your ears red

Guacamole For Your Soul-ey

February 21st, 2013 | By in Appetizers, Cooking, Party Food, Recipes

There’s no guacamole like your very own. I never had REAL guacamole until moving to Los Angeles. No joke! The stuff that comes in a jar does not taste NEARLY as good as the real deal.

Keep Your Garbage Can Smelling Fresh

February 20th, 2013 | By in Kitchen, Remodeling
Oscar the Grouch

It’s hard to keep a garbage can smelling like fresh roses when there is always … well … garbage in it.  You can fill it up with hot water and soap and scrub it out once a week but who has time for that?  With children running everywhere you want a quick and easy way […]

How To Make Cleaning and Organizing Easier

February 15th, 2013 | By in Care, Cleaning, Cleaning, Home Office, Home Repair, Real Estate, Solutions, Uncategorized
Cinderella cleaning

You want a clean house, but when you’re ready to call it a day, perhaps the last thing you want to do is… (“Jaws” theme song).. C-L-E-A-N! There are a few Cinderella’s out there who love cleaning their castle, but it’s probably safe to say cleaning is not a hobby for most.

6 Reasons To Use Reusable Shopping Bags

February 15th, 2013 | By in Budget, Uncategorized
reusable bag

Reusable shopping bags replace over 6 plastic bags every shopping trip.  Single use bags, whether if you use paper or plastic are a waste of natural resources and contribute to the overload of landfill disposal.  Approximately one million birds and 100,000 turtles and other sea animals die each year due to starvation after ingesting a […]

Healthy Foods: A-Z!

February 12th, 2013 | By in Budget, Cooking, For Kids, Fruits, Gardening, Indoor Plants, Start A Garden, Uncategorized, Vegetables
Healthy Heart

Some of the healthiest foods are often times equally difficult when it comes to our kids eating them. It isn’t often that you hear a ten year old asking for broccoli or a five year old asking for a bowl of peas. As a matter of fact, do you remember sitting at the dinner table and secretly feeding your […]

Meal Planning for Kids: Some Healthy Tips

February 12th, 2013 | By in Cooking
Healthy dinner

Switch on the TV and you’ll find a number of health advices and tips on healthy eating and nutrition for kids. This information is mostly misleading and/or confusing. Should you count calories or carbohydrates? Are potatoes and rice good or bad? Should you use margarine or butter? And what exactly are trans-fats? Looking for clear answers? […]

How to Wash & Store Herbs

February 12th, 2013 | By in Cooking, Gardening, Indoor Plants, Uncategorized
Wash and Store herbs

If you are like me, you hate to waste.  I have a really hard time opening my fridge and seeing delicious and sometimes expensive food go to waste.

How To Deal with a Plumbing Emergency [VIDEO]

February 11th, 2013 | By in Home Repair
Plumbing emergency

Learn how to deal with a plumbing emergency in this plumbing repair video with expert Tim Flynn