April 15, 2013
After a lengthy wait in at the Post Office this Saturday, I was grateful to mail my taxes in on time via certified mail. Keeping good records pays off, and keeping up with your accountant does too. Crunching numbers is not my thing, thankfully I've got somebody that is very good at it. Thank you Mark White at Professional Tax Savers. I hope you and all your colleagues have fun breathing .....tomorrow.
Much love to all the number crunchers and postal people working today. It's not about procrastinators, it's about getting it done.
Many happy returns of the day.
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She Good Housekeeping Spring Cleaning Tips
Without a proper monthly cleanse, your "self-cleaning" dishwasher can become a cesspool of bacteria, fungi, black yeast, and even mold. Not to mention it can also emit a foul odor, thanks to leftover food particles.
To kill germs, erase soap scum and cut through films of grease. Start by picking up debris from the bottom of the drain with a rag or paper towel. "Then, pour white vinegar into a cup, place it on the top rack of an empty dishwasher, and run a full cycle on the hottest water setting," says Sherrie Le Masurier, author of House Cleaning Tips: How to Clean and Declutter Your Home Fast. "To deodorize, sprinkle a cup of baking soda on the bottom of the dishwasher and run a hot cycle."
If you find that the dishwasher interior often turns a rusty-brown color, the iron in your water is the culprit. Reverse the discoloration with a dishwasher cleaner.
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