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It amazes me at how much insurance is taken out on celebrity body parts. I guess it makes sense if let’s say you are a singer and your career depends on your vocal cords, or if you are a model it may depend on your legs, etc. Check out some of the outrageous dollar amounts below…which one is the craziest in your mind?
Happy 5 for Friday Day!! This week dragged the first two days and then all of a sudden it flew by! I’m so excited because I get to see my sister, niece and nephews today!! No doubt there will be a lot of hugging going on. What are your plans for the weekend? Before you check out for the week, look at my 5 Friday favorites below!
Having two boys under the age of 10 and living in such close proximity to Disney World, you probably have guessed that we’ve been to the Magic Kingdom a gazillion times so far. I am always amazed at how they don’t miss a beat when it comes to details. Our cruise experience was the same way! Check out 10 Weird Things You Don’t Know About Disney to get even more insight on how detailed they are!
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Warmer weather is quickly approaching, but not as quickly as your kids grew out of last year’s clothes! It’s time to start stocking up on this season’s styles for spring. Luckily, Crazy 8 is offering 20% off markdowns so your kids can get everything they need (and some they don’t!) without cleaning out your wallet.
I first went into Crazy 8 about a year ago. We were walking around this new outdoor shopping center and you know how any new store peeks my interest…the clothing was super cute and extremely affordable! The fact that they are having a sale 20% off markdowns, up to 60% off at Crazy 8 means you will more than likely get an amazing deal on cool clothing! The sale starts Friday (4/11) for a limited time, so hurry before it’s gone!
The only other use I had for vinegar, besides the usual salad dressing, was when I had to de-calcify my clothing steamer. That was a smelly ordeal, but it worked! Wondering if there were any other uses for vinegar, since I had seen its “abilities” with unclogging my steamer, I did some research.
I suffer from hyper pigmentation. Take apple cider vinegar and apply it to the brown spots for about 10 minutes a few times a day and that should reduce the discoloration.
Vinegar can be used as a deep conditioner or dandruff treatment. For the deep conditioning route, combine 2 tablespoons olive oil, 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar and three egg whites. Massage into your hair – roots to ends, cover with a shower cap and let sit for 30 minutes before rinsing out. Have dandruff? Apple cider vinegar and water (50%/50%) rubbed onto your scalp will help!
Prone to cold cores? To reduce the swelling and paid, dunk a q-tip in white vinegar and place on the cold sore three times a day.
Is your silver jewelry a bit tarnished? Mix together 1/2 cup white vinegar and 2 tablespoons baking soda. Let the jewelry soak for about 2 to 3 hours. Wash the solution off with cold water and dry with a soft cloth.
My garbage disposal stinks,so I was super happy to find this tip: mix equal parts vinegar and water in a bowl, pour the solution into an ice cube tray and freeze. Every week or so, drop a few of the cubes into the disposal, followed by cold water.