Homemade Carpet Cleaner

04 Nov 2015
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Homemade Carpet Cleaner

1) Test on a small area before using on the entire carpet 2) As with any cleaner, you should avoid all contact with the eyes and prolonged contact with the skin Homemade Spot Remover 1.)  White Baking Soda Paste Remover 2.)  Vinegar Remover  This is a great spot cleaner. Mix one cup white vinegar and one cup warm water in a spray bottle. Spray the mixture directly on the stain and let it sit for a few minutes. Use a damp cloth to rub out the stain and the vinegar. If that doesn’t get the stain out, try this: 3.) Borax Remover Mix everything to make a paste . Use your.

Herbs that Heal! Lemongrass

04 Nov 2015
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Herbs that Heal! Lemongrass

By: Mashal Baht Israel I’m so excited right now I can hardly type! I’m growing lemon grass, and really all I knew it was for was insect repellent and making a nice medicinal tincture, to heal what I didn’t really remember. I’m in the process of growing my own medicine and since I had the lemon grass already looking bold and beautiful I decided to make some tea! OMG the best tea ever, it tasted like lemon drop candy! So I decided to brush up on all the wonderful benefits of this delicious herb, called Lemongrass, looks like grass, tastes like lemon drop candy! Where shall I start? First of.

Organizing your closet

26 Sep 2015
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Organizing your closet

Have you been thinking about organizing you closet but don’t know where to start? Here are some helpful tips! If you look into your closet and it has become beyond messy you may need to start from scratch and remove all of the clothes from your closet, in order to make sure there aren’t any un-needed items taking up space (i.e dirty clothes, empty boxes, un-lawful clothes, papers, books etc.). Take all of your clothes off their hangers and out of any bins or drawers in your closet. Fold them in piles on the floor or on your bed. This includes your shoes as well. Decide which clothes you will store. You.

The Challenges of Keeping a Clean Home

01 Aug 2015
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The Challenges of Keeping a Clean Home

In this article we’ll highlight the scenarios and difficulties we face in keeping a tidy house.  For instance, you come home and notice it is in need of cleaning.  Instead of putting on your rubber gloves, pulling out the cleaning supplies, and tackling the hurricane of house hold chores that are being neglected, you do the following: Push the tsunami of clean clothes off the bed into a corner, walk right pass the tidal wave of dishes (but not before you dig through to wash the utensils you need in order to finish off your mid -day meal) Ignore the dust bunny survivors hanging off of the ceiling fans, and hiding behind the couch (or.

Couponing

31 Jul 2015
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Couponing

Shalom Sisters, When asked to write this blog I was really excited so here it goes!!!             Understand this ladies, you have to get ads so you know whats on sale and how to get the best deal… Buy one get one free is an awesome deal because as long as the coupon says a dollar amount for every one item you can use 2 coupons…so let’s say butter is BOGO free and the butter cost 3.49 and you have coupons if the coupon says $1 off one tub of butter (always look for size requirements and such)you can use 2 coupons one for each.

Workplace Warfare

06 Dec 2012
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Workplace Warfare

2Corinthians 10 vs 3,4… For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war after the flesh; (For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds;) Workplace drama anyone ? Office politics ? Backstabbing co-workers at the water cooler ? Modern day plantations still have house Negroes and field Negroes,  instead of cotton and corn ,we hurl just about everything else at our masters bidding. Field Negroes can work from the luxury of their own homes now….cause they free, and house Negros now have made it all the way to the big house, literally, sharing big time positions at major companies.

Preparing for the Sabbath

03 Aug 2012
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Preparing for the Sabbath

How do I prepare for the sabbath ? When most of us started our  spiritual journey, we learned along the way , so when this question appeared in my email box, I reflected to my own past, and got back to simple basics. Where do you begin? How and when do you start your preparation? There are variety of different ways in which a family can bring in the Sabbath,  however the fundamental belief amongst most repentant Israelites is that the “Sabbath Day” is Saturday NOT  Sunday, as a general starting point certain non-negotiable need to be understood and accepted to establish and maintain a regimen for the rest of the high holy days throughout the year. So the  weekly.

A Womans’ Work

14 Jun 2012
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A Womans’ Work

Topic : Work Tobit 2 vs 11…and my wife Anna took woman’s work  to do. Apocrypha   Ecc. 11 vs. 21 Marvel not at the works of sinners; but trust in the Lord, and abide in thy labour; for it is an easy thing in the sight of the Lord on the sudden to make a poor man rich. Some of us have dreams of what it would be like to hit the lotto and gain a fortune overnight….Are you spiritually ready for it ? The Lord knoweth! So while you are waiting to cash in your winning ticket, still lay out your clothes for the next work day because more.

House & Home

13 Jun 2012
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House  & Home

Apocrypha   Ecc. 26 vs. 16 As the sun ariseth  in the high heaven; so is the beauty of a good wife in the ordering of her house Apocrypha  Ecc 31 vs.23 whoso is liberal of his meat, men shall speak well of him; and the report of his good housekeeping will be believed. When preparing for guests or family to come over, we scrub, we clean, dust and mop, cook, anything we can to make a good impression. Growing up, at my parents’ house, we had to make sure that the front of the house, living room, bathroom, and kitchen were always in a good state because you never know.

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