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3 Natural Cleaning Products That Will Clean Your Entire Home One of my earliest memories is of my mother cleaning with what looked to me like cooking ingredients. She would be listening to the radio as she poured baking soda, lemon, and vinegar combinations on the surfaces of our home. Here are a few basic household ingredients and items you can use to clean your home. Vinegar Uses: Vinegar actually cleans much like an all-purpose cleaner. Bathroom: Clean the bathtub, toilet, sink, and counter-tops. Kitchen: Clean the top of the stove with equal parts vinegar and water. Laundry Room: You can use vinegar as a natural fabric softener. Lemon Juice Uses Lemon juice is another natural substance that can be used to clean your home. Baking Soda Uses Baking soda can be used to scrub surfaces in much the same way as commercial non-abrasive cleansers. Other Natural Cleaners There are quite a few other options for natural cleaners.

Coupon Teacher What is a Stockpile? A stockpile is a collection of household items purchased at the lowest possible price. The idea behind stockpiling is providing for your family at a very low cost. What if I don’t have a Stockpile yet? I would love for you to still read participate and click on any links. How are we going to Tame the Stockpile this week? Ok, if you have a stockpile that is well-rounded, but a bit out of control, this week is for you (see picture above for details)! What are the benefits of eating from your stockpile for a month? You save money that can be used toward other things. I am challenging you to plan the majority of your meals from your stockpile in January. Come back on Monday to see my first menu from my Stockpile! Does this mean you can’t shop? Now it is your turn!

Sunday Coupon Preview Category: Publix Here are the weekly coupon deals at Publix, valid 4/3 – 4/9. There are some new Publix digital coupons in the matchup. Remember, Publix digital coupons are manufacturer coupons that do not double and can only be used once. If you have not signed up for this program, do so at publix.com. Also keep in mind that most Publix stores (except Florida) double coupons worth $0.50 or less, and all Publix stores accept competitor coupons. Buy One Get One Free Arnold Sandwich Thins Rolls, 8 ct $3.89 Buy One Get One Free Use $1.00/2 – Arnold Sliced Breads or Sandwich Thins Rolls from SS 3/30 Final Price: $1.45 each, when you buy 2 Tyson Chicken, 10-13.25 oz Use $0.55/1 – Tyson Grilled & Ready Refrigerated Product from SS 1/5 Final Price: Varies General Mills Chex Mix, 10.5-15 oz $3.65 Use $0.50/2 – General Mills Bugles, Chex Mix, Pillsbury Baguette Chips, Gardetto’s Snack Mix or Green Giant Veggie Snack Chips, 4 oz or larger from SS 2/9 Final Price: $1.33 each, when you buy 2 Barilla Pasta, 12-16 oz $1.37

Fervor for Christ Topical Inductive Bible Study Notes These small group study notes contain outlines, cross-references, Bible study discussion questions, lessons to learn, and applications. Feel free to print them, copy them, or share them. I only ask that you remember these are are personal study notes and are only meant as a supplement to your own study, not a replacement. I hope you can find some helpful information inside. Verses: Mark 12:30: Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. Deuteronomy 10:12: Serve the Lord with all your heart and with all your soul. Colossians 3:23: Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord rather than for men. The lukewarm church - Revelation 3:14-20: Because you are not cold or hot I will spit you out of my mouth. Matthew 24:12 – Because of the increase of wickedness the love of most will grow cold. Revelation 2:4-5 – I have this against you that you have forsaken your first love. Nehemiah 3:20 – Baruch zealously repaired the wall. 1.

Natural Home Cleaning Recipes Natural Healthy Home Cleaning Tips Natural Home Cleaning Recipes Although the ingredients you will be using to 'make your own cleaning products' are of organic origin, that doesn't mean they are without consequences if ingested. Plan to keep the following around: • Plastic squirt bottles of various sizes. • Plastic spray bottles. • Misters (plastic pump spray bottles). • Coffee cans with lids. • Glass jars with screw-top lids. • Cotton cloths (to use instead of paper towels). • Rags • Cellulose sponge cloths. The "All-Purpose-Cleaner" One of the most important cleaners you can make is the “All-Purpose Cleaner.” We will give you our favorite “All-Purpose Cleaner” recipe. We found this recipe in Clean House, Clean Planet by Karen Logan: Cleaning without chemicals: Eco-friendly Company puts environment before profit - Karen Logan, author of 'Clean House, Clean Planet' founded company Life on the Planet which sells recipes for cleaners, and containers. Alice’s Wonder Spray All-Purpose Household Cleaner

Money Saving Canadian Mom The TLC Extreme Couponing Craze is in full swing! Since the new shows aired last week I have been asked so many questions about: -Extreme Couponing in general -Can you do Extreme Couponing in Canada? -Where do you find deals, samples and freebies? Where do you get coupons? Sign up at Livingwell.ca(Johnson & Johnson) to get the latest great coupons and free samples. Tear pads in store- I get a lot of my coupons in the store from tear pads on the shelf. Inserts- Check out your local newspaper for coupon inserts like P&G BrandSaver and Smart source. On Products- Keep your eyes open while shopping. Trading- I sometimes trade my excess coupons on-line or with friends and family. Email or write companies- I have done this recently with good results. Where to find deals Flyers My first stop to look for deals is store flyers. Clearance Sections Most stores have a clearance section. You can find a lot of deals, samples and freebies on-line chapters.indigo.ca P&G Brandsampler and Brandsampler for Men.

best-sites-for-coupon-lovers: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance For a while in the 1990s and early 2000s, it seemed like coupon culture was dead. But in the last year or so, as the economy tanked, Americans rediscovered their love of frugality, and coupons have come roaring back. A big factor in this coupon renaissance is the growing number of new digital tools. Now, consumers can find out about deals on social networking sites like Twitter and use their mobile phones to scan coupons. Best of all, there is an endless amount of sites devoted to coupons. In order to get the best deals, you need to have a good selection of places to search. Groupon This site is relatively new, but it's already a standout for coupon collectors and even coupon skeptics. Groupon is currently available in 30 cities nationwide. TheKrazyCouponLady This coupon lady is so crazy, she has to spell it with a K. RetailMeNot RetailMeNot is a safe haven for shopaholics. Dealighted This site is particularly good for tech gadgets. FreeShipping.org CheapStingyBargains CouponMom RedPlum

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