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COMMAND CENTERS THAT LET YOU GET A GRIP ON LIFE - Kids Activities. Quelles fleurs choisir pour un milieu ombragé? Blog déco, lifestyle et inspirant - Lili in Wonderland. Ce jardinier plante des tiges de roses dans des pommes de terre! Son incroyable astuce vous fera économiser tellement d'argent! - Trucs et Bricolages. Vous aimeriez avoir plus de rosiers dans votre jardin sans vous ruiner?

Ce jardinier plante des tiges de roses dans des pommes de terre! Son incroyable astuce vous fera économiser tellement d'argent! - Trucs et Bricolages

Voici une façon simple de faire pousser de nouveaux plants sans dépenser plus qu'un sac de pommes de terre! Lorsque vos roses sont fanées, récupérez les tiges de vos roses pour repartir de nouvelles pousses! Il suffit de retirer quelques épines, de planter les tiges dans des pommes de terre et planter les pommes de terre en pot ou directement en terre dans votre jardin, là où vous aimeriez votre jardin! Une méthode efficace, que certains jardiniers utilisent depuis bien longtemps! Jardin connecté. Le classeur maison 2015 à imprimer et sa FAQ. Il m’aura valut quelques nuits blanches et quelques arrachages de cheveux mais le voilà tout chaud qui sort du four : le classeur maison 2015 prêt à l’emploi !

Le classeur maison 2015 à imprimer et sa FAQ

J’ai essayé d’y regrouper tous les documents dont vous pourriez avoir besoin, enfin, les principaux pour commencer à mettre en place votre classeur maison. Confessions d'une accro à l'organisation. Leesamantha on Instagram. Calendrier des jardins minuscules de Paris : cultiver et fleurir fenêtres, balcons, et terrasses. 25 Thorough Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak. 25 Thorough Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak 25 Thorough Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak For Different Solutions by rozin.abbas House & Home Some of us are absolute neat freaks, cringing at the sight of unsightly bacteria or disorganized magazine stacks.

25 Thorough Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak

Then there are the people who cover the rest of the spectrum: slightly OCD, remotely clean, absolute slob, and everything in between. 1. Keeps it dry, instead of wet and gross. via Real Simple 2. This kills most of the germs and bacteria growing on it. Via Penn State University 3. Yes, even things that clean need to be cleaned. Via Somewhat Simple 4.

Most people never clean this gadget, and maybe it's because they don't know how to. Via A Real-Life Housewife 5. Just look below. Via Apartment Therapy Page 1 of 6 What Did You Think? Rozin.abbas For Different Solutions I like to eat. More posts by rozin.abbas. 30 façons de faire les choses que vous aimez sans votre smartphone. Dans notre culture obsédée par la technologie, nos smartphones sont devenus aussi importants que nos portefeuilles -- et lorsque nous l'oublions, c'est la panique.

30 façons de faire les choses que vous aimez sans votre smartphone

Mais si nous essayions de l'oublier volontairement? Avant l'information en temps réel, les mails et les textos, il y avait ces activités. Build a #Mosquito Control container so you can sit and unwind in the evenings without dousing in DEET. - ruggedthug. Nettoyer un four à micro-ondes facilement - Astuce de grand. Day 29: Organizing for the Child with Special Needs. While all of those dreamy Pinterest images of organized spaces make me drool, and as much as I like a simple-looking, clean home – that just can’t be my reality anymore.

Day 29: Organizing for the Child with Special Needs

20 Ideas To Create A Therapeutic Living Room. Have you ever thought about bringing part of the therapy clinic to your living room?

20 Ideas To Create A Therapeutic Living Room

Or have you wondered about making small changes to your home to make it more livable? What about sensory integration? Where would you start? A living room or family room is often where we spend the largest waking part of our day. And the first step in planning a therapeutic living room is to decide if the environment should be calming or stimulating. Organizing Photos. We’re talking memories today as part of our month long mission to find ways to eat better, parent better, organize better and just generally live better this year.

Organizing Photos

Before S arrived, I was actually pretty good about recording memories for our little family. At the end of each month I would use the photos we’d taken to create 2 – 4 new pages in an iphoto book, along with a few paragraphs with family anecdotes, accomplishments, etc. Vintage postcard calendar journal. Growing up, I kept a daily journal.

vintage postcard calendar journal

I always enjoyed looking back at previous entries to see what had changed over the course of a year. These days, I can’t seem to find the time to journal, but I do try to jot down a little note from each day on my perpetual calendar/journal. The idea is very simple — flip to the current date and at the end of the day, write down something that happened. Some days it is big things like “Annie took her first steps.” Other days it is small, like “needed more than one cup of coffee this morning.” The first year is the least rewarding, but I imagine that in 10 years, it will be a daily treat to be reminded of what happened on that date over the last decade.

CLICK HERE for the full how-to after the jump! I’m always trying to give new life to things I can’t pass up at flea markets. Coup de Pouce - Le vrai site pratique. Good Ideas For You. Lifehacker - Tips and downloads for getting things done. (erincondren) on Pinterest.


To Do List originale. I have made many lists in my day, but sometimes merely a pen and paper just doesn't do it justice.

To Do List originale

This is a way to make a fun to-do list, wish list, date list, whatever you want. Materials: paper, scissors, stick, string, scrap fabric, styrofoam ball or packaging peanut, pins Step One: Push stick through center of styrofoam ball far enough before the stick goes through the other side. Step Two: Cover styrofoam ball with scrap fabric and fasten with string. Step Three: (Optional) Trim the bottom pieces and snip them to look like leaves. Step Four: Cut out scraps of paper in the flowery shape you'd like.

Decorating ideas using wallpaper. I've had wallpaper on my mind ever since Chasing Paper licensed one of my designs for their self-adhesive, removable wallpaper collection (read about that here).

Decorating ideas using wallpaper

I tried out one of the sample pieces on this TV tray. I might stick a chunk on the back of my iPad, too. It's fun to think about ways to add wallpaper to a home without the cost of doing a wall or an entire room. IHeart Organizing. How To and Instructions. Organising a Family Home.