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  1. Karen

    I use a large three-ring binder wth dividers for the big bills and clear page protectors to hold the little receipts. When the binder gets full, I pull out 6 months worth of the oldest and shred and keep the cycle going until it’s full again. Everything is in one spot.

  2. I am definitely buying that foam cleaner on my next Target shopping trip!! And I don’t mind doing laundry, but I hate putting it away. Half of mine sits on the dryer (we’re lucky with a wd in our apartment) for days.. 🙂

  3. Reece

    Yes, unfortunately the bathroom is one area in which it’s very hard to be green. I used nothing but baking soda and vinegar for a long time, but like yours, my whites were never white, and the grout looked miserable. So I asked my husband to take care of it. He purchased a heavy duty mold killer, and used it carefully with a face mask (the smell was horrendous), and the bathroom looks good as new. A cheap DIY if ever there was one!
    I still use the soda+vinegar in between heavy duty cleans, but it’s good to know I have the tough stuff around for when we need it.

  4. Stephanie

    I’ve tried the green methods myself, and they didn’t work for me either. I use Kaboom Foam Tastic.. works very well. Although the fumes are a bit much, so all the windows have to be open and I use dish gloves when spraying/rinsing the area.

  5. As i take laundry out of the dryer I fold it, its the only way it will get done, plus it makes putting away the clean clothes a lot easier!

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