It’；s spring cleaning time， even though it totally snowed last week and doesn’；t currently feel all that springy outside. ？But nevertheless， I am antsy to get my house in order–；especially since I’；m having a baby in about a month!custom gifts for dad
I love using a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to clean…；it’；s my go-to sponge for difficult stains and marks. ？I have gotten tons of stuff off using a Magic Eraser. ？Did you know that a Magic Eraser actually removes MORE dirt than an all-purpose bleach spray？ It actually has water-activated micro-scrubbers that penetrate surface grooves to remove all kinds of stuff (and it has no harsh chemicals!) ？Here’；s a list of 20 things you can clean with a Magic Eraser.
And speaking of spring cleaning…；Do ya’；ll watch the HGTV show Love It or List It Too？ ？I really enjoy watching this show and I was super excited when I got to participate in a Google Hangout with the host and designerpersonalized gifts for girlfriend， Jillian Harris! (Did you know she’；s a former contestant on The Bachelor as well？) ？She had some great spring cleaning tips for us. ？Here’；s a few of my favorite questions from our interview：
This post was sponsored by Mr. Clean. All opinions are my own.
To many of us, a bath is so much more than just a way in which to clean ourselves; it is a way to relax and de-stress after a long day at work or even an emotionally draining weekend. It is that quiet time that we get to ourselves where we can be alone with our thoughts, catch up on some reading, or causally sip a glass of wine (hey, no judging!).
Have you ever gone to pick out new paint colors and ended up with a handful of paint chips or paint samples? You can normally get these for free, and even the stores that do charge for them don’t charge more than a quarter or so. If you tend to paint often or have a really hard time deciding on the perfect color, you could have so many of these paint chips lying around the house. Luckily for you, I have a list of 25 brilliant DIY ways that you can use those paint chips for home décor.
The path to finding one’s true artistic voice can be an unpredictable one: circuitous or long and winding, full of unexpected obstacles or blessed with fortuitous twists. Mexico City jewelry maker Jennifer Musi’s journey took her across the globe?on a decade-long quest for self-discovery that ultimately brought her back to the country—and even some of the shapes, motifs, and themes—of her childhood.