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How To Cover A Lampshade with Leggings. Boom.

Turn Leggings Into A Lampshade! - Vintage Revivals

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Revamp your resume.

27 Beautiful Résumé Designs You'll Want To Steal

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DIY Electrolyte Sports Drinks. Make a healthier Gatorade with less sugar and fresh fruit juices.

DIY Electrolyte Drinks

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Project Management 101 (License for Proofreading & Copyediting)

Online Course: Proofreading and Copyediting 101 - CEU Certificate

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Last pinner "Best home made body wash recipe I've found. (It's suppose to be ideal for Eczema) Update 3/15/12: I just finished makingabsolutely love it. It smells really great ( I used a lavender essential oil) & after washing my hands with it I quickly noticed how clean, soft & smooth they felt. I can't wait to try it on my son's eczema prone skin. I am going to have to make this my body wash as well."

Homemade Body Wash - Keep Scary Out Of Your Shower

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99 texting acronyms covers everything from the basics, to things you may wish you didn't know at all.

99 texting acronyms and phrases every parent should know

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Get the funky smell out of your bathroom with this awesome, all-natural disinfectant. Lavender and Lemon Bathroom Disinfecting Spray Ingredients via Clean Mama

Lavender + Lemon Bathroom Disinfecting Spray

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How to make an herbal spray to keep mosquitos away! Just basil, water and vodka. Basil essential oil can be added, too, if you have it on hand.

Homemade Basil Mosquito Spray - The Mommypotamus

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DIY Grout Cleaner - 7 cups hot water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice, 1/4 cup vinegar. Put in spray bottle. Let it sit on grout for 2 minutes and gently scrub.

Martha Stewarts Tub Scrub - Here's a nontoxic but effective way to clean your tub: Add one teaspoon of liquid soap and several drops of an antibacterial essential oil (such as tea tree, eucalyptus, rosemary, or peppermint) to one cup of baking soda. Add just enough water to form a paste, and use it with a sponge or brush to scour bathtub surfaces.