Blog de Laurence | S'organiser, c'est facile | Le blog de l'organisation personnelle pour tous Il faut que je range mon dressing, il faut que je range mon bureau, il faut que je range l’armoire remplie de documents laissés par mon prédécesseur, il faut que je range le grenier, la chambre d’amis, le garage… ! STOP. Submergé par l’ampleur de la tâche et son manque de glamour, pauvre lecteur, vous êtes coincé(e) entre le IL FAUT et le J’AI PAS ENVIIIE. Mais c’est parce qu’il existe un énorme malentendu. Vous confondez ranger et trier. Vous pensez, par exemple, que: – il faut d’abord trouver les contenants (boîtes, classeurs, armoire…) pour fournir une destination à chaque objet. – il faut commencer et finir le rangement dans le même laps de temps (on ne va tout de même pas laisser les choses en plan, non?) – il faut à la fois décider de ce que l’on conserve et de l’endroit où le mettre. Dissipons ensemble ce malentendu. A chaque fois que vous vous trouvez devant une tâche de rangement, pensez qu’il faut d’abord trier avant de ranger. OBJET, JE TE GARDE …. ou …. WordPress: J'aime chargement…
The Crafty Blog Stalker: The Best Lotion EVER!! I hate dry skin and I have very dry, flaky skin. My feet are gross, my legs are always dry and itchy. Yeah, I know, TMI, but it is true and maybe some of you are the same way (especially if you are one of my sisters!) About a year ago a friend made me some lotion because a friend of hers from work had given her the recipe. This lotion is AMAZING! There are only 3 ingredients Big bottle of Johnson’s Baby Lotion (27 oz) - I like the honey apple over the regularly scented baby lotion because i don’t feel comfortable walking around smelling like a baby, but that is just meVitamin E Skin Care Cream double pack (4 oz ea) – I found it at WalmartSmall Jar of Petroleum Jelly (7.5 oz) – brand doesn’t matter Scoop all of the ingredients into a bowl. With a hand mixer stir until well blended. Then scoop back into regular containers. Related In-Color Fun Family Photography I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. In "Home Decor" Chicken Nugget Recipe - Easy & So Yummy! In "Tutorial"
A bowl full of lemons. Foam Soap for under $4 a year! Here is one of the ways I save money. Instead of buying a new bottle of foam soap when we run out, I refill them. I first started doing this with a pampered chef bottle that was made for this. It had two lines on it showing where to fill with soap and water. I didn't particularly like it because the pump would get stuck in the down position. So I tried it with another bottle I had and it works even better. To start with you need a bottle that dispenses foam soap. I got this one from my mom for Christmas. I use this soap from Walmart. It comes in a new bottle - it just shows you how long it's been since I've bought any. Next fill the bottle approximately one inch full with soap. Then fill to the top with hot water. Then shake well. Hot water is important because it helps to dissolve the soap so it will mix better. I have one bottle in the bathroom and one in the kitchen. You may also like:How to Clean Your Curling Iron This tip has been featured!!!
IHeart Organizing How to Use Epsom Salt in a Number of Ways Increase your magnesium levels in your body by soaking in Epsom salt bath water three times weekly. While it is extremely difficult to get enough magnesium in our systems through our diets, it is readily absorbs into our systems through our skin. Magnesium is needed by our bodies for many functions; however, a doctor should be consulted prior to extensive use, particularly for those with kidney problems. Magnesium is useful in the treatment of asthma, COPD, fibromyalgia, ADD, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, angina, cardiac arrhythmia, congestive heart failure, fatigue, kidney stones, migraine and tension headaches, complications due to pregnancy and premenstrual syndrome.
Organizing Apps can be really helpful tools when it comes to helping us get organized especially since most of us usually have our phones on us at all times :) I definitely have a few favorites that I will share with you today and I’ve also asked a few of my blogging friends to share their […] Hi friends, before I get too far into January I thought you might like to see a round-up of some of the most highly viewed posts here on I’m an Organizing Junkie from 2014. To be even more wild and crazy I thought I’d break it down and share one popular post from each month […] The following is a guest post from regular contributor, Kalyn at Creative Savings. So some of you might remember that last year I did something a little wild and crazy….I banished my old photo albums to the garage! My friend Mandi, from Life Your Way, just started a brand new website that features a new “bundle” of ebooks each week, all put together in one neat package by topic.
Homemade Tooth Soap Recipe: Healthy Alternative to Toothpaste Ever since reading the booklet called, "The Perfect Prescription For Your Teeth: Three Simple Steps to Perfect Teeth and Gums All the Days of Your Life", we've been using tooth soap. At first I thought the lady who gave me the booklet was crazy. That was five years ago. We get our teeth checked and cleaned once a year and so far none of us have had cavities. Dr. See book for details. I've converted some of my family members and friends to using this when they've seen my how white my teeth are. It is very simple to make and inexpensive, too. Homemade Tooth Soap Recipe: Ingredients: 4 tsp Dr. 1/2 cup melted coconut oil 1 to 2 tsp Slim Sweet, xylitol (cavity preventing) or Stevia (all have no adverse effects on the teeth) 20 to 30 drops peppermint, spearmint, cinnamon, clove (helps with gingivitis and sensitivity) or sweet orange essential oils 1.In a small pan, boil a small amount of water. 2. 3. Use just a small amount on your tooth brush (as shown in picture). Happy Teeth are Clean Teeth!