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I paint my nails a lot. Seriously, sometimes I paint them more than once a day. What that means is that my hands are in a perpetual state of dryness. I have lotion on my desk, next to the sink, in my car, everywhere–but it’s not enough. I need a good sugar scrub to make my hands feel nice and smooth. The only problem is, those scrubs are expensive, and I don’t like to pay that much for something I can make myself for less than 3 dollars a jar.
Want to know how I keep my hands silky smooth?
I am a total sucker for baths. I take one every single day. Sometimes two if it’s just been one of those days. But, all those fancy bath pamper products cost a fortune, so I save money by making my own! Seriously the cost of this DIY Bath Salt is about $1.05 per jar. It takes about three minutes to make, and it’s so easy even my daughter can do it!
Want to know how to make this bath salt yourself?
My daughter doesn’t buy her lunch at school often. She hardly ever likes what they’re serving (she’s not a picky eater) and she says most of it either tastes greasy or funny in some way. I don’t blame her, and every morning we get up, pack her a lunch and send her off to school. So, that means things like soup, sandwiches, meat roll-ups, and the occasional Lunchable when we are running short on time.
Well, last Friday it was the big “Thanksgiving Feast.” The kids were promised turkey, stuffing, and all sorts of goodies, and my kids LOVES thanksgiving dinner, so she was totally in. It’s the first time she’s bought lunch all year. And, when she got to the front of the line, they handed the last pieces of turkey to her best friend in line ahead of her.
My daughter isn’t in the habit of crying over food, but she told me that she was looking forward to her Thanksgiving dinner so much, she almost shed tears when they brought out the cheese sandwiches to replace them. Her best friend came to the rescue though, and handed her half of her meal– so she at least got to try it.
My daughter and I are hard at work on our Minecraft Christmas Tree. She’s decided that she wants her entire Christmas tree adorned in all things Minecraft, and since creepers are my favorite Minecraft character, I decided to start with those.
So, we got to work and here’s her how-to step by step tutorial video for making a Minecraft Creeper Christmas Ornament! [Read more...]