Archives for March 2014

My 40 Bags in 40 Days Progress

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You know about 40 Bags in 40 Days, right? It’s 40 plus days of cleaning, purging, and just basically getting rid of what you don’t need in your life, and making room for what is most important.  It began ( at least my challenge did) on March 5th and will run through April 19th.  I have been working diligently to clear, clean, organize, and just basically purge.  Some things have gone in the trash, many have gone to donation centers, {Read More}

It’s All In the Details – Help MyShelf

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This post brought to you by Help MyShelf. All opinions are 100% mine. I'm always on the lookout for inexpensive ways to keep my home organized and one of the ways I do that is by using wire shelving. I use it in my pantry, in my laundry room, and in my craft area. Wire shelving is a great, easy, inexpensive shelving system.  But, it is not always practical in that things often tip over, fall off, or sometimes, you {Read More}

Welcome to Think Tank Thursday #74

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I’m continuing to work on my 40 bags in 40 days challenge and thought I’d give you a little recap.  I’m up to 17 “bags”, and am so thankful to be able to get so many areas of my house cleaned out. If you’re new here, my Sister and I work together at the Think Tank, so anything you link up here will show up over at Joyful Homemaking as well. Once again, we are both featuring some of your creativity, so here {Read More}

Creamy White Chicken Chili

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I’m hoping the really cold days are behind us and am looking forward to the salads, grilling, and fresh foods of Spring and Summer.  I do however have one last good Winter recipe for you, that you should try right away or pin for later.  It’s a good one that you don’t want to miss. Print Creamy White Chicken Chili Author: Saving4Six Recipe type: Soups/Chili Cuisine: Mexican Prep time:  15 mins Cook time:  45 mins Total time:  1 hour Serves: 6   Ingredients 1 {Read More}

Spring Cleaning 101

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The snow has finally melted at my house, and although it is cold, rainy, and dreary, there is hope that Spring is on the way…and I can hardly wait!! The occasional peek of sunshine is revealing a Winter-long layer of dust and cobwebs on just about everything.  YUCK! So, Spring cleaning has begun at my house and things are looking better everyday!  Today, I’m going to share with you how I do this kind of cleaning. 1.  First of all, {Read More}

Welcome to Think Tank Thursday #73

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This has been a CRAZY week at the Saving4Six house.  Two of my kiddos had birthdays, so we’ve been busy celebrating and eating lots of cake and icecream!! If you’re new here, my Sister and I work together at the Think Tank, so anything you link up here will show up over at Joyful Homemaking as well. Once again, we are both featuring some of your creativity, so here are a few of my favorites from last week. How to Finish Seams Without {Read More}

Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels

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If you know me, you know I love the sweet and salty combination.  Some of my previous sweet and salty recipes are: Sweet and Salty Bunny Bait, Scrumptious Caramel Popcorn, Cracker Faddle, and Microwave Kettle Corn. This recipe is about as easy as it gets for sweet and salty, and you may very well have all the ingredients in your cabinets now. All you do is combine the pretzels, cinnamon sugar, and oil, and microwave them until the oil absorbs. {Read More}

Organizing My Closet Office – Bills and Paper Work

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Last year at this time, I showed you my organizing system for paying my bills.  You might remember that things went from bad, in a little,unorganized, messy basket to a better, two accordion file system. You can see the old filing “system” HERE Granted, it still wasn’t ideal, but then again, neither was the tiny space I had to work with.  My office consisted of a drawer in my kitchen island and so I was making the most of it. {Read More}

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