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espresso based beverage chart

Milk quantity and consistency in cortado, cappuccino and latte

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How to (Easily!) Clean Silver Jewelry. Line the bottom of a small bowl with foil. Lay the jewelry on the foil. The silver must be in contact with the foil. Sprinkle about a teaspoon of baking soda over the silver. Pour very hot (almost boiling) water into the bowl. Let sit until cool (at least 10 minutes).

How to (Easily!) Clean Silver Jewelry - Eat Move Balance

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He & She Eat Clean | Healthy Recipes & Workout Plansfrom He & She Eat Clean | Healthy Recipes & Workout Plans

Printable Guide to Split Any Recipe in Half

MEASUREMENTS HALVED

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MOMables® - Real Food Healthy School Lunch & Meal Ideas Kids Will LOVEfrom MOMables® - Real Food Healthy School Lunch & Meal Ideas Kids Will LOVE

How To Make Perfectly Cooked and Easy-Peel Boiled Eggs

How to make perfect hard boiled eggs that are easy to peel

How to make perfect hard boiled eggs that are easy to peel

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How Long Will My Meat Keep?

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make crystal clear ice!

"Use boiling water instead of tap water to make clear ice. Great for putting fruit, herbs, flowers or surprises in." Need to remember this one...

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Common Kitchen Measurements “Cheat Sheet” {Printable} . . .

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For those of us whose bows always seem to get dislodged (or destroyed) en route to see the relatives, behold: the Sharpie version. #DIY

Holiday Paper Wrap Up #2 // Sharpie Bow

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Random FYIs

Random FYIs

Random FYIs

Some More Lifehacks To Make Your Life Easier

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Homeowner's Yearly Checklist

Homeowner's Yearly Checklist

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My fingernails thank you

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The Magic Way to Cook Corn on the Cob

Cook Corn on the Cob with no strings attached! haha Seriously. This really works! madefrompinterest.net

The Magic Way to Cook Corn on the Cob - Made From Pinterest

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Wine and Cheese Pairings Guide

ENTERTAINING GUIDE: Wine and Cheese

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Wad up your old dryer lint and stick it inside a toilet paper tube. Simple fire starter!

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Cake Servings Guide~ great help in planning a wedding or large event.

Cake Servings Guide

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Hot Ms. Essential Soft Shoe Front Pad High Heel Invisible Antiskid Protect Foot

Wear these with open toed heels to protect from blisters

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Packing and moving Tips ;) genius! Never know when you will need this!

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The next time you have green onions, don't throw away the white ends. Simply submerge them in a glass of water and place them in a sunny window. Your onions will begin to grow almost immediately and can be harvested almost indefinitely. We just use kitchen scissors to cut what we need for meals. I periodically empty out the water, rinse the roots off and give them fresh water.

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How to tie your running shoes to fit your feet better. a podiatrist showed her this trick! wow - the high arches, vs. wide foot tie is fantastic. # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Running Shoe Lacing Techniques

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How to Type Symbols Using the ALT Key

How to make symbols ¢ ¿ « » º ♥ and more using your ALT button. Good to know.

How to Type Symbols Using the ALT Key

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Links To Nutritional Information For Popular Fast Food Joints!

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Making cake pops? Use a colander for drying cake pops. Useful little tip.

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Don't have eggs? For brownies use a banana instead...all sorts of replacements

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Freezing buttermilk cubes. What a great idea because I never use a whole carton!

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