CLEANING AND ORGANIZING YOUR HOME - CLEANING AND ORGANIZING


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Cleaning And Organizing Your Home





cleaning and organizing your home






    organizing
  • Coordinate the activities of (a person or group of people) efficiently

  • Arrange into a structured whole; order

  • (organize) cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea

  • Form (a number of people) into a labor union, political group, etc

  • (organize) mastermind: plan and direct (a complex undertaking); "he masterminded the robbery"

  • (organize) form: create (as an entity); "social groups form everywhere"; "They formed a company"





    your home
  • The Cocker Spaniel, "Ms.M." has found information of help to items relating to your home. This includes real estate information plus sources of information for home maintenance and improvements.





    cleaning
  • (clean) free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"

  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing

  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking

  • the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"

  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"











cleaning and organizing your home - Making Room




Making Room for You: A Practical Guide to Organizing Your Home


Making Room for You: A Practical Guide to Organizing Your Home



A professional organizer with years of experience, Meghan Hill shows you how to organize your home with practical tips on pitfalls to avoid, methods for sorting and letting go, and specific advice on shopping to outfit your home for ultimate organization. Written with directness, insight and brevity, Making Room For You simplifies the process of restoring order to your home, your mind and your life.

A professional organizer with years of experience, Meghan Hill shows you how to organize your home with practical tips on pitfalls to avoid, methods for sorting and letting go, and specific advice on shopping to outfit your home for ultimate organization. Written with directness, insight and brevity, Making Room For You simplifies the process of restoring order to your home, your mind and your life.










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Who? Me? Organized?




Who?  Me?  Organized?





This is my splendiferously organized home office storage closet. I spent way too many years as a disorganized slob, and then HGTV changed my life. ;-) Heeheeheehee....











Organized




Organized





I just got this shelve to organize the closet! I love being organized, it helps me see everything i have :) Again, its in my babies room, but i have no room anywhere!









cleaning and organizing your home








cleaning and organizing your home




The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life






Get your house in shape! Applying just an ounce of the advice in this practical guide saves you enough time and money to pay for itself. You will learn:
The actual scientific law of nature that helps you get organized
The cure for procrastination
Ten types of High Calorie Clutter to avoid
Where to start and how to tackle your projects
How to successfully add new habits into your life
Praise for The Clutter Diet:
'As a successful organizing coach, I immediately related with Lorie's motivational concepts in The Clutter Diet. Applying these principles can change your life!' --Dorothy Breininger, President of Delphi Center for Organization, Dr. Phil Show expert and author of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Life Lessons for Organizing and Balancing Your World
'What an exciting book! Getting organized has never been so easy. Lorie provides great real-life tips and advice that anyone can implement. You'll walk away with everything you need to know to get and stay organized.' --Jim Deitzel, Rubbermaid, eMarketing Manager










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HOW TO CLEAN YOUR KITCHEN. HOW TO CLEAN


HOW TO CLEAN YOUR KITCHEN. MASTER P GET AWAY CLEAN.



How To Clean Your Kitchen





how to clean your kitchen






    kitchen
  • A set of fixtures, cabinets, and appliances that are sold together and installed in such a room or area

  • A kitchen is a room or part of a room used for cooking and food preparation.

  • The Custard Factory is an arts and media production centre in Birmingham, England .

  • A room or area where food is prepared and cooked

  • Cuisine

  • a room equipped for preparing meals





    how to
  • Providing detailed and practical advice

  • A how-to or a how to is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. A how-to is usually meant to help non-experts, may leave out details that are only important to experts, and may also be greatly simplified from an overall discussion of the topic.

  • Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction on a particular topic

  • (How To’s) Multi-Speed Animations





    clean
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing

  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"

  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking

  • free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"

  • clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead











"IT SLICES POTATOES SO THIN YOU CAN READ YOUR NEWSPAPER THROUGH THEM."




"IT SLICES POTATOES SO THIN YOU CAN READ YOUR NEWSPAPER THROUGH THEM."





RALEIGH NC: STATE FAIR 2002: SLICING MACHINE DEMONSTRATION: As I recall, this man told me he is a member of the family of 'product-demonstrators' that included the late Billy Mays, the ubiquitous peddler of sundry gadgets and cleaning products on TV's infomercials.

Following in the footsteps of others in their family, both this guy and Billy served their 'apprenticeships' selling 'stuff' of all descriptions on the boardwalk of Atlantic City. The greater family has [or, had] been doing it on The Boardwalk for generations and judging by Billy Mays' success, at least some of them made a fortune.

When I was a kid back in the late 40s and thru the 50s, my family would go to Atlantic City each and every summer for our vacation. Still, I remember the boardwalk hawkers selling their stuff.

So, why should I remember these guys? Simply put, my father was hooked on them. Mom and Dad never bought a thing, but my Dad always enjoyed their well-honed pitches. In addition to being effective salesmen they were very entertaining comedians, of sorts, from the Lower Eastside [NYC] School of Jewish Comedy made famous by old favorites such as Sam Levinson and Henny Youngman.

Their jokes were simple, targeted, one-liners that often reflected the poor life of impoverished immigrants in Lower New York. The line I have used for this image must be fifty years old because I heard it so long ago.

A few of the lines may have annoyed a victim or two in the audience, but my father loved being a target. On one occasion the hawker was selling wipes that 'the little woman' could use in the kitchen or for ordinary housecleaning. "They are thin, absorbant, and in-dee-structible," the man claimed.

"Let me show you," he continued. "I'm going to ask this man [my Dad] to take this wipe and clean the bottom of his shoe with it and then I am going to wash it right before your eyes. That's right, I want him to scour the sole of his shoe and wipe off whatever junk he has on it." My father, beaming, complied.

"Ya know, just looking at this man I can only imagine where the heck HE was walking today."

The audience laughed but my father roared. This was his brand of humor.

Now, the guy in this image didn't sell wipes; he was from the veggie slicer clan in the family. But, he was great and he delivered a presentation that killed me. After introductory niceties, the guy grabs a tomato and starts slicing it on the little imported machine. As he crisscrosses the tomato into the blade he asks quietly, "Having your husband's boss over for dinner? Then you want thick slices." He makes a quick adjustment and huge slices of tomato fall from the end of the machine.

"But, if you are having your huge family over you have to cut thinner slices. C'mon, you're not made of money, you have to save your pennies." He makes another adjustment and reduces the thickness to half the former size.

"Oh, you said your mother-in-law was coming, too? Then, make the slices thinner so she won't come back." He adjusts the unit once more and and the slices are thinner than gnat hairs.

The audience laughs.

He whispers, "Just move in a bit closer so we don't block the aisle."

The crowd moves in, he sharpens his tongue, and goes in for the kill.

Before you know it, his pitch is done and he barks, "Don't ask how I can 'give' away this slicer for just one, thin $20 bill. And, don't ask how I can give two away for $35. Young lady, how many would you like? You sir, how many for you?"

Alright, so I bought one. OK, OK, so I bought one each year for four or five years running. After all, they make improvements in them every year.

My wife challenged me, "Well, what is the big improvement in this one over the last one you bought and have no idea where it is?"

"This one is yellow. Last year's was white."












day six--good clean fun




day six--good clean fun





okok reallllyyy late post. But I'm finally on Winter Break and it has been kicked off to a GREAT start. I got to hang out with the bff, Olivia. She's awesome and ALWAYS makes me laugh...ALWAYS.

We hung out in her kitchen after going to Longs Drug store, eating sushi, and shopping for lipstick and teen magazines. We were having sushi at Masa's which is in Novato. As we were driving back to her house, Liv almost ran over a biker. She was turning onto a street and I had seen the biker coming so I was talking to her and before completing the turn I was saying "bikerbikerbiker". She finally got it and hit the breaks. The biker looked at US as if it was OUR fault even though he was wearing all black with his hood on in the dead of night and hadn't even looked to see if anyone was turning. Instead of freaking out, Olivia and I just started cracking up and saying how he blended into the night and how if she HAD hit him, she probably would have thought he was a squirrel and kept driving.

Finally, after spending an hour at Longs Drugs, we began listening to *cough* Miley Cyrus *cough* hence the dance moves. This was after reading about 10 teen magazines with quizzes like "Who is YOUR Hollywood Hunk?" or "Who is your popstar twin?" stuff like that. So I didn't have time to put up any pictures because we were having just way too much fun. We were on a massive sugar high and ate a bag of Kisses....I was on a sugar high for most of the day now that I think about it.

006/365









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