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Dinner Date Passport! You write down 50 local places you've never been and then visit them through out the year as a date - no more "You choose." "No, you choose."

Awesome site. I consider myself to be pretty savvy -- but this list had tons of ideas & tips I wasn't aware of. 72 ways to cut your spending by hundreds a month and save thousands a year.

So handy! how to tie a scarf for every neck line. Just click on the picture and there is a video on how to tie that particular scarf that works for that neckline.

Introducing.... THE GLUE SPONGE! You just cut a sponge to fit in a container, pour glue it, and the kids can just press their little cut-up pieces of paper on it. No more globby glue puddles!

Why do we use a whole drawer for this, when OBVIOUSLY this is a far superior way of storage?

As many times as I've been to the beach! I never knew this!! Easily remove sand from your hands by "washing" them with baby powder! This works great for cleaning kids up after playing in the sand box as well!

How To Make Chalkboard Labels-I'm in love with this idea. Using it for canisters/ ball jars

WOOF: San Francisco program will pair people in need with dogs in need. Editorial

$1 shower caddy for when kids have to eat in the car. Good for car trips. This is genius!

Want to help out our feathered friends? Save your scrap yarn, twine, and string and throw it in a suet feeder or decorate some tree branches with it so the little tweeters can come and fetch your offerings for their nests!

Style Station Organizer - Store hair dryer, curling iron, flat iron, hairbrushes or other tools - even when they've just been used and are still warm. Plus, the back features two additional compartments and three notches to keep cords neat. Place it in a cabinet or on a counter, mount it on a wall or hang it from a towel bar. Definitely getting 2 of these!!

DIY storage Bench for the Livingroom :)

Since most kids dump out the bottle of bubbles halfway through, this makes perfect sense...and you won't be too mad because it costs pennies ;) - perfect for summer

This is how pots and pans should be stored. Lowes and Home depot sell these.

When ever we go to the pool or beach, I place my phone in a snack size ziplock baggie. I can still use my phone through the plastic with my wet sandy hands...why haven't I thought of this!!