Cleanliness is next to Godliness

So I spent about 6 hours today scrubbing my bathroom and kitchen. I had my rubber gloves on so long my hands smelled… not so good. For almost the last four years I’ve been trying to find a cleaner that actually gets/keeps glass shower doors clean. I think I found that today. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. It works quite well and thought I’d share that with you.

I also thought I’d share another way that Brian and I (but mostly I) have been keeping our lives a little more organized. I’ve never been one for planning. I.e. in school, if the teacher asked for an outline, I would write the paper and then give them an outline from that. For some reason it’s hard for me to sit down and map out thoughts. But I forced myself over that hump (it took a good hour the first time) and started making weekly meal plans. From there I can make a very good grocery list, making sure I have every little thing I need.

Here is a link to the meal chart I made. I also included a place to keep track of my water, coffee, and soda intake and my exercise.

And here is a link to a blank grocery list I made. (There are two blank lists on one page.) It’s organized according to the layout of the grocery store I always go to, but you could make your own according to how you like to shop.

Do you have any tips or tricks that make your life easier? I’ve been eyeing these recipe jotters thinking I could easily make may own version…


4 thoughts on “Cleanliness is next to Godliness

  1. download the Canadian Living app on your blackberry, it's a free app and has a Recipe of the Day that collects into a gallery. there's lots of other "domestic" stuff on there as well. =p

  2. yeah, the bb and the plan are corporate. which is good but inconvenient at time. it's not my personal phone so i can't have as much freedom w/ it as i'd like. i paid for the phone and (presently pay) the monthly plan out of my staff account. i do receive personal emails and phone calls on it, otherwise i would have to have 2 phones. but it is a great phone to have since i'm not in the office all the time — still able to email and communicate.

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