Many times part of your New-Year’s Goals is to declutter. I know many various decluttering tasks are certainly sprinkled liberally in my monthly New Year’s Goals! One area that has been sorely needful of decluttering is my utensil drawer.
So when RancherMan & I were unloading the dishwasher one day he half-teasingly mentioned the state of the utensil drawer. I knew something had to give!
Do you struggle drying your clean sheets outside due to the wind? You know the drill, you fight to get the sheets onto the line. Then the wind catches them & makes them want to set sail into the next county!
But I’ve discovered a secret to keeping the sheets on the line on windy days!
Each morning before we begin our outside homestead chores we complete our computer work inside while enjoying those hot steamin’ cups o joe.
When we’ve had our fill for the morning (Ok, after SEVERAL cups. OK TWO POTS – don’t judge me!) we rinse out our coffee mugs and place them on a shelf to await our morning coffee routine the following day.
But after a couple of days the coffee-bean oils begin to coat and stain the cup.
Never fear, there’s an easy and natural way to bring that coffee mug back to its previous sparkling perfection. And I use a natural ingredient that in all probability you have sitting in your kitchen right now! Check out today’s Homestead Hack demonstration…