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DIY Cat Costume Tutorial

Do you need a simple – but super cute – kids costume for Halloween? With items you probably already have in your home, you can make this easy DIY kids’ black cat costume in less […]

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Clean Spilled Lemonade

Susan here with Tip #3 in the Merry Maids “Summer Mom-Cation” program. This post series is sponsored, but as always, my opinions are my own. My girls are obsessed with making lemonade! While I admit […]

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How to Clean and Declutter

I didn’t go to Mexico, but I DID clean my closet… I fell on my bed, exhausted but liberated. I looked around my room and felt like I had taken a scrub brush to the […]

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Organizing Tips for Moms

Are you a mom? Do you want to get more organized? In our sponsored campaign with the Home Collection by Post-it® Brand, Scotch® Brand and Command™ Brands we recently shared an “Organization 101″ system for […]

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DIY-ruffle-apron-tutorial

Especially fun for all you cooks out there, now you can show your own style with this simple DIY Ruffle Apron tutorial by our new contributor Danielle Reeves. Anyone who knows me (or knows my […]

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How to organize makeup

Lisa, The Domestic Life Stylist, shares her tips on how to keep make-up organized. Sometimes a girl just wants to get “dolled up”.  It doesn’t matter if its a holiday, birthday or any day really. […]

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PicMonkey Tutorial - Clone Tool

Master the magic of PicMonkey’s Clone Tool and make stuff disappear from your photos… From photobombing heads to unwanted objects, some photographs need a little de-cluttering. The fantastic news is that PicMonkey’s robust clone tool […]

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picmonkey-collage-video-tutorial

This week, PicMonkey made their GREATEST UPDATE EVER! We have loved the Monkey since he first brought back fabulous online photo editing options to us former-Picnik devotees. It was a harsh shock to us bloggers […]

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Tiny from Dinosaur Train

Am I the only mother of a Kindergarten child who dreads the coming years of school projects (which sometime seem like they should be called “mom projects”)? I remember my own mother taking our school […]

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Published author and mother Katherine Center has some unique publishing advice. She told Janice her remarkable story of how she found her first publishing deal on a trip to the park with her kids. In […]

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