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It’s “Spring Cleaning” time! We make our lists, gather our buckets and micro-fiber cloths, our Swiffers and our brand-new mops, and we go at it. Washboards, windows, that crusty stuff on the stove hood, that icky black corner behind the toilet, the hair pulled from the drains. We go at it with ferocity and yank … Continue reading 7 Things to ADD to Your Spring Cleaning To-Do List Now!!
I decided to start a bullet Journal after seeing it come up in conversation on a penpal group that I frequent on Facebook. Well, if there is a buzz about anything in a crafty department, then I MUST INVESTIGATE. I have been thoroughly obsessed with looking through Pinterest, Instagram, all sorts of Google searches so … Continue reading How Keeping bullet Journal Can be Excellent for mental Health