MOM Tip: Rather than install an expensive sliding system, invest in clear plastic storage bins. Small appliances and measuring cups can be contained in each bin and easily accessible. Click here to get this tip from Everyday-Organizing.
MOM Tip: Here are six methods to remove tea and coffee stains from cups and mugs using baking soda, magic eraser, toothpaste, vinegar/salt, bleaching powder and liquid dish soap. Click here for this tip from Fab How.
Baked potatoes are one of the best food items that can easily feed and please a crowd. There are multiple ways a person can individualize their baked potatoes so they can enjoy every bite of it. Did you happen to know you can actually cook baked potatoes hours ahead of time before you need them?! […]
MOM Tip: Bring this fall treat to your next fall/Halloween celebration. Decorate strawberries to look like pumpkins, then plant them in a patch of chocolate cookie crumbs for a fun and festive Halloween dessert. Click here for this tip from Better Homes & Gardens.
Make your own air freshener by applying 5-10 drops of essential oil onto a clothespin. Click here for this tip from The Heathered Nest.
MOM Tip: Haven’t used your brown sugar in a while and pull it out of the pantry to find it hard as a rock? Microwave it with a wet paper towel for 20-30 seconds and it’ll loosen right up.
MOM Tip: Want your ganache to look shiny smooth? All you need is a hair dryer. Click here for this tip from This Week for Dinner.
MOM Tip: Toothpaste will erase marker stains from wood. Handy tip to have if you have creative kids! Click here to get this tip from My Life and Kids.
MOM Tip: Instead of placing stuff on the stairs for the kids to take up, place them in their buckets (or baskets) for them to take up! It is a great way to teach your kids to put away their things. Click here to get this tip from ReMarkable Home.
MOM Tip: Use a melon baller to seed your tomatoes. Not only is it easier to handle than a knife, it eliminates the risk of nicks and cuts, so you can even let the kids help! Click here for this tip from Martha Stewart.