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Holiday Guide Day 15 of 26: How To Keep Guacamole Green (No, The Secret's Not The Pit)

Mommy Survival Kit in a Jar - pure genius!

Mommy Survival Kit in a Jar -

Help for ears sensitive to earrings! I've been doing this for months and it really helps me.

13 Travel Tips That Will Make You Feel Smart.

chambray-shirt-project: lots of ideas on how to wear a chambray shirt in a variety of looks.

Clean you car vents with a sponge brush, and other car detailing tips & tricks!

1000 Life Hacks

Awesome Body Hacks...

Balloon decorations without helium. Smart since there is a global helium shortage! What a cheap easy party decor!

How to ripen bananas fast for baking...this will come in handy!! I'm guessing here in Phoenix, we can even do this outside in the summer sun, LOL! :)

What a "why-didn't I think of that" kind of idea. Put a wine or margarita glass in the middle of a large bowl for instant chip and dip set!

o_O my life may never be the same... all these years I never knew

31 Ways To Seriously Deep Clean Your Home (some of these are amazing, must try)

Mosquito bite? Heat a spoon under hot tap water and press it onto the spot. The heat will destroy the protein that caused the reaction and the itching will stop.

Stretchy bracelets as drink labels

Use a baster full of batter to squeeze custom pancakes onto the griddle. Start with easy letters and shapes, then work up to more complicated designs, like these leaves. (The trick is to draw the outlines and veins first, let them brown, then fill in the gaps with more batter.)

tutorial on creating a template for hanging curtain rods the same height/distance every more measuring and leveling

TRUE! If you wrap your celery in tin foil before placing it in the fridge it will last for weeks, and it will still be fresh and crisp when you pull it out! This also works for stored broccoli for 7 weeks wrapped in tin foil, and heads of lettuce for at least 6 weeks!!! really???

There you go again, Pinterest. Making me feel dumb.

Old, boxy entertainment centers are a dime a dozen in thrift stores and on Craigslist since they don’t accommodate new television models. With the addition of a few tension rods and storage cubes, you can use them for just about anything.

why didn't I think of this??--- avoid tangles when you travel, slip your necklace through a drinking straw.

Cork Board in Cupboards. Great for pinning recipes, lists, cooking and cleaning tips