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The Inspired Room — Home Decorating Blog, DIY Home Decor, Interior Design Blog

The Inspired Room — Home Decorating Blog, DIY Home Decor, Interior Design Blog
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designers block Rang-Decor {Interior Ideas predominantly Indian} Interior Decorating Ideas, Interior Design and Interior Decorating Tips,... - StumbleUpon 50 Things You Should Stop Buying & Start Making As a society, we have become over-reliant on “ready made” products. We have lost the ability to make things from scratch. Rather than blend up some peanuts to make delicious, tasty and fresh peanut butter, we’ll spend many dollars on a jar from the store that contains artificial preservatives, unnecessary packaging and that simply lines the pockets of huge, unethical multinational corporations. Aside from foods, you can also make your own personal care products, beauty and make up products, cleaning products and home accessories that taste, work or look better than store bought, without the harmful chemicals and toxins and free from excessive, earth damaging packaging. Foods Homemade Ketchup – This ketchup won’t brake the bank, tastes better than the real deal and contains no added sugar – so it’s nutritionally good for the whole family. Peanut Butter – It is so simple to make this pantry staple it would be silly to buy it. Want to learn more about making your own foods? Next Page >>>

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High Fashion Home Blog: Tear It Up One pattern, so many possibilities... I found this one at Design Milk by way of NotCot... I am a wallpaper fiend. Install the sheets, then peel off any pieces you desire. Here's another way to show off your kid's mad art skills. Labels: Cool_Product, Home_Decor, Interior_Design, Trends Habitually Chic® May Declutter Calendar: 15 Minute Daily Missions For Month Here's the May 2014 declutter calendar with a daily 15 minute decluttering and organizing mission for each day of the month. Remember, here are the ground rules: 1. Work for 15 minutes to declutter and do the mission listed, and if you need to work longer, and have the time, go for it. However, don't feel obligated to. 2. 3. 4. 5. Plus, get some inspiration from the quote of the month, below. May Decluttering Missions: Day 1 - Declutter old and unused cleaning suppliesDay 2 - Declutter worn out cleaning toolsDay 3 - Declutter unused instrumentsDay 4 - Declutter excess vases and flower potsDay 5 - Read Organized Home Challenge #18: BathroomDay 6 - Declutter under bathroom sinkDay 7 - Declutter bath and shower area Get The May Declutter Calendar Printable Here's a printable version of the calendar of daily missions that you can use. Click Here To Get Your May Printable Calendar(opens into a new window, as a PDF) Do You Want Next Month's Calendar Too?

Funky Junk Interiors absolutely beautiful things 3 Eco-Friendly Alternatives to ‘Fragrant’ Toxins Found in Your Home I’m a bit of a girlie-girl because I like to smell nice! Over the years I have amassed a perfume collection from old boyfriends, friends, Christmas presents and purchases I’ve made. 99% of them are ‘conventional’ fragrances from companies like Marc Jacobs, Estee Lauder, Clinique and many others. Since becoming a sustainability advisor, I discovered that many of these lovely smelling perfumes might not be the most natural thing to be spraying on my skin! According to reports released by The Environmental Working Group – a nongovernmental nonprofit based in Washington, D.C and Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, exposure to chemicals found in perfume, cosmetics and personal care products can have negative health benefits. So what do you do? A great place to start is educate yourself on what companies have agreed to fully disclose ALL of the ingredients they put in their products. Secondly, buy scent-free products and make them smell how you want to! Shampoo, Conditioner and Liquid Laundry blend:

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