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Great way to condense games and not loose the pieces. games 20 Unique Home Organizing Ideas with Pictures!

-Swollen Eye- Cold Tea Bag Soak the tea bag in water for 15 minutes, squeezing the extra water out. Then put in the refrigerator for about an hour. Take the cold tea bag and apply it to the swollen eyelid for approximately 10 minutes to reduce the swelling. Can also be done with green tea or black tea as both contain caffeine and tannic acid that eliminates retention of water.

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Sore throat or strep? Mix a little Listerine with a little Peroxide and gargle several times daily until throat symptoms go away. It kills the bacteria. Try this remedy in place of a doc visit and/or anti-biotics. It really WORKS!!

This thing is actually really fun!

I can't believe this Natural Ear Infection Remedy worked. And I can't believe I tried it! Would you try this ear infection treatment on your child?

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Use a pumice stone to de-fuzz a sweater. | 27 Life Hacks Every Girl Should Know About

Great Uses for Dryer Sheets 1) Use in your bathroom. Makes bathroom mirrors and fixtures sparkle. Cuts through bathtub scum. 2) Use to get sticky dust off furniture, blinds and baseboards. 3) Cleans stove tops and greasy cabinets quickly. 4) Soak paint brushes with warm water and a dryer sheet. The paint come right off. 5) Clean dead bugs off your car. 6) Wipes pet hair off furniture and clothing. 7) Run a dryer sheet over thread before sewing to keep tangles away. 8) Keeps mosquitoes away.

OH MY GOSH!!! You have to read this blog, she is amazing at saving money and she breaks it down so it is simple to do!

The BEST sites for super cheap trendy clothes! Some more well-known stores like Forever 21, but also a lot of online stores I had never heard of until now. Good pin!

Never Pay for Redbox Again! I knew this, but it's nice to have the codes all in one place.