More cleaning tips!

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I was on Living Dayton this week sharing spring cleaning tips on how to clean your kitchen and windows easily (and quickly)! You can check out the video here!

Spring Cleaning Tips


Endust, Start Living Review and Coupon!

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Recently I was asked by Mom Central Consulting to introduce YOU to the Dustersons! I absolutely love this video, for the laughs it provides (I mean, who doesn’t dream about her husband dusting the counters??) and Debbie  Dusterson is so awesome. Her facial expressions are the best, and I can totally relate. After watching the video you can get a $1.00 coupon off an Endust product OR by liking or sharing it, you can get a $2.00 coupon! How awesome is that?! Plus, watching and sharing it totally worth it for the giggles.

With this campaign, I was sent a pack of Endust to use in my home, and loved how well it cleaned. It took very little “elbow grease” and I only had to go over the areas I was dusting once. Endust really made my living room coffee table go from drab to fab! I also make sure that I keep a can of Endust by my front door (don’t know what I mean? Click here to find out my secret.). But the important part is that Endust did it’s job so well, that I hardly spent any time on cleaning and spent more on living.

To find out more about Endust, the Dustersons and living more like Endust on Facebook and follow them on Twitter!


I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Endust. I received a product sample to facilitate my post and a promotional item to thank me for participating.


Wordless Wednesday: Yeah, it’s still up.

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I need to dust the thing.


Cleaning Tip Tuesday: Window Cleaning

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One thing I can’t stand is streaky windows. So, I’ve compiled a small list of tips and tricks on how to make your windows shine, and streak free…

  • Do your window cleaning on an overcast day. The sunshine actually causes streaks and smears while you clean. By avoiding sunny days, you’re avoiding more work!
  • Use vertical strokes on one side of the window, and horizontal on the …Continue Reading…

Laundry tip Thursday!

Okay, so it’s more like “tips” as in more than one, but that just made the title sound weird.

It’s been awhile since I’ve shared any of my Domestic Debacles, so I thought I would share them in “tip form”.

Kind of a “do as I say, not as I do” grouping.

I’ll go ahead and say this in advance: You’re welcome. …Continue Reading…