Tag: cleaning

Replacing Cleaning Products with Essential Oils

| June 17, 2019 | 7 Comments
Replacing Cleaning Products with Essential Oils

Replacing Cleaning Products with Essential Oils While we all love a clean and fresh smelling home, the store bought cleaning products we use are generally filled with chemicals and possibly harmful to our health. When you want to clean your home naturally, you can create essential oil cleaning products that do everything from removing grease […]

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Spring Cleaning Tips for the Master Bedroom

| May 8, 2019 | 11 Comments
Spring Cleaning Tips for the Master Bedroom

Spring Cleaning Tips for the Master Bedroom The master bedroom should be the most tranquil room in the house, and a thorough spring cleaning will give it a good start to helping it stay a tranquil zone throughout the rest of the year. This will involve cleaning into nooks and crannies and making sure that […]

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How to Spring Clean the Kitchen Cheap and Easily

| April 9, 2019 | 10 Comments
How to Spring Clean the Kitchen Cheap and Easily

How to Spring Clean the Kitchen Cheap and Easily Very few people like cleaning, and it seems even fewer people have the time to do so. Cleaning is like exercise, it should cost as little as possible! Below are some tips that can help you spring clean faster and cheaper. The Microwave Trying to clean […]

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Kitchen Hacks You Need to Know

| September 13, 2018 | 13 Comments
Kitchen Hacks You Need to Know

Kitchen Hacks You Need to Know The kitchen is a room that for many, are seen as intimidating and filled with pitfalls. Luckily there are many helpful kitchen hacks that will help you keep your kitchen clean and productive. Nearly everything you use in the kitchen has more than one use whether it is tools […]

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Tips From The Pros To Help Keep Your Home Cleaner This Winter

| September 6, 2018 | 9 Comments
Tips From The Pros To Help Keep Your Home Cleaner This Winter

Tips From The Pros To Help Keep Your Home Cleaner This Winter Winter in many places across North America is a time of family celebrations and beautiful pristine views. It can also be one of the messiest times of the year, where moisture and cold make it very difficult to keep your home cleaner and […]

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Spring Cleaning with Kids and a Printable Checklist

| April 5, 2018 | 11 Comments
Spring Cleaning with Kids and a Printable Checklist

Spring Cleaning with Kids and a Printable Checklist We all know that a checklist can make it easier to get stuff done. If you have children, you may not think a lot about the chores they can do. However, children are able to do so much more than you realize. Obviously, the age of the […]

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What You Need To Know About Junk Removal Services in Ottawa

| March 15, 2016 | 1 Comment
What You Need To Know About Junk Removal Services in Ottawa

What You Need To Know About Junk Removal Services in Ottawa Perhaps you’re undergoing a home renovation or maybe you just finished landscaping your gorgeous garden. Either way, there are plenty of reasons why you may have to clean out junk from the area surrounding your home. What Tasks Require Junk Removal? Some of the […]

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5 Tips To Spring Clean The Smart Way

| April 7, 2015 | 6 Comments
5 Tips To Spring Clean The Smart Way

Is it Spring?  Really?  I think I must be dreaming!  This winter seemed to be one of the longest I can remember but the weather is getting beautiful and the sun is shining, it must be Spring.  It’s time to open up those windows that have been closed for the last six months… or longer, let […]

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Why My One Year Old Has a Job

Why My One Year Old Has a Job

So I don’t know about you, but when I was growing up we learnt a thing called responsibility and respect. I think today’s world could use a little more of it. I think it’s important to teach children responsibility and to do things for themselves. That’s why I’m starting to teach Marshall to do practical […]

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Shoveling Metaphors

Shoveling Metaphors

You know it’s been a rough afternoon with the kids when you volunteer to shovel the driveway in a snowstorm just to get a break. This was me during the last big snowstorm we had in Ottawa. Speaking of shoveling, many parents of young kids like to quote this famous Phyllis Diller line:  “Cleaning your […]

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