Nov92010

Are you a wimpy parent?

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Recently, my local newspaper published a list of questions posed by the ever-popular Dr. Ramey Ph.D. of Dayton Children’s Medical Center.

Needless to say, I got a good chuckle from them.

So I’ve listed them here for you. With my answers.

Honest to goodness: …Continue Reading…

Jul222010

Keepin’ it clean Thursday- Kitchen edition, Mr. Clean anyone?

This week’s Keepin’ it clean comes from the great Andrea from MommyConfessionsBlog.com!

magic eraser!


You ever have that nasty stuff baked onto you casserole dishes or baking pans?

You scrub and soak but it never comes off. Well I have a little secret to getting it off.

SHH! it is a secret…(OK not really)

Take your handy little magic eraser to it and it will come right off.

No elbow grease is required.
You can also use it to clean the top of your stove. Comes out all shiny and pretty.

Debacle solved.

Cut yours in half to save big money.


Jul132010

Crock Pot- Pot Roast that’ll make your mouth water!

Here’s my recipe for a quick prep and easy crock pot roast. Trust me, if I can do this, so can you. And it’s mouth-watering yummy. Perfect for those days when you just don’t want to cook, but you want people to think you’ve been slaving over the stove all day. You’re welcome.

Ingredients:

1 can of low-sodium beef broth

1 can of cream of celery soup …Continue Reading…

Jul12010

Keepin’ it clean Thursdays- Bathroom edition: Cleaners!

Something that I never thought of, when cleaning was keeping it simple.

And simple means- use only ONE cleaner.

Most all-purpose bathroom cleaners do the same thing as those “one use” products do.

So throw out all the extra, and keep one multi-purpose cleaner under the sink (along with a roll of paper towels) in each bathroom for a quick cleanup.

If you have kids that are old enough- let them do the weekly wipe down!

Jun292010

Keepin’ it clean Tuesdays- Kitchen edition: Coffee stains anyone?

Okay, so if you’re in my house, you’d notice that we drink a lot of tea, and whole lot of coffee.

One thing that used to plague us were those nasty coffee/tea stains on our white ceramic mugs.

How do you get rid of it?

EASY!

Just gently rub your mugs (hey now, your coffee and tea mugs- pfft!) with a wet cloth dipped in dry baking soda- or you can dip it in a salt and water paste.

Both work just as well as the other!