We have so many everyday household items laying around the house and are used for their specific duty. How nail filers are meant to just buff out nails, a hair clip for putting hair up, a bar of soap for cleanliness, and many more. But did you know all of those little items can do much more than what we really use them for? No one said that something is meant to be used for what they're designed to do!
I'm obsessed with Target. No, seriously, Target is my answer to all things in life. Need a shirt? Go to Target. Need bread? Go to Target. Need meds? Go to Target. Fake eyelashes? Shampoo? New pans? Pillows? Rug? Toys? TV? Bras? Diapers? Kids clothes? Xbox? GO TO TARGET! I love Target so much that I would consider getting that damn Target dog or giant red entry ball tattooed on my body if it meant I could spend more time at Target.
WD-40 is literally a miracle worker in a can. It can help you in many situations if you don't exactly know where to turn to. However, if you don't know what it is, WD-40 is the trademark name for a spray that penetrates oil and displaces water that gives surfaces lubrication and protection against moisture. Meaning it can remove stains, glue, marks, etc. off of surfaces. It's also a great lubrication when you're dealing with a sticky or jammed situation.
In this day and age, shooting off a quick "thank you" text can seem like enough after receiving a gift, but not everyone who gifts us is from our generation, and sometimes the short period of time it takes to write a real "thank you" can make someone's day.
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New Year’s Eve is the time of festive celebrations. Out with the old, in with the new. Many people get a sense of joy knowing that they can begin a clean slate. Everything from new weight loss ventures to saying goodbye to old habits come to the forefront at this time.
One of my favourite things about Christmas is doing crafts. I love making my own decorations and gifts, and have been doing so ever since I was a child. Unfortunately, the older I get the less time I seem to have and my Christmas crafts have become less elaborate and more time-savvy.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas... We all know what that means: presents! Whether you're a cheap chocolate buyer, a lavish spender or a re-gifter, the way you wrap your presents can make any gift look a million bucks. Don't just grab the generic stuff from the supermarket - here are some really nifty wrapping paper designs to help you out this Christmas.
So around Christmas time or birthday time, there is always that loved one that is either very hard to shop for or they are picky and will more than likely turn their nose up at whatever you give them. And when you ask them what do they want, it's like picking teeth to get it out of them that you just want to rip your hair out. I have a couple of those in my family and have devised ways to get them something for Christmas or birthday and save myself the headache and make them happy. I am also the same way once it comes to gifts so these tips are coming from a picky one. So here are a few tips and hopefully one of these will help you out on birthdays and holidays!
Impress your loved ones with these seven gifts.