April 18, 2013
The headlines read "Worst Allergy Season in Years", and I concur wholeheartedly. I'm already on three different allergy medicines year round. The funny part is that I take the Zyrtec brand, which when taken daily gets expensive. But I tried the generic version and it gave me a rash! The complete opposite of what it was supposed to do. I'm told the compound it's made with could be the cause. Tell that to my pocketbook. Now is the time to stock up on allergy coupons, so don't delete those emails, print and save. Most brand medicines have ways to save on their websites too. Help a gal out and remind her of this while she's blotting her watery eyes. And pass a box of tissue my way too please. Preferably the ones made with lotion. Now there's a show topic, the many different types of tissue options now available. It's crazy, if you don't believe me checkout this link and realize that the women listening to you has many...maybe too many options.
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She Good Housekeeping Spring Cleaning Tips
You already know that a ton of bacteria live in sponges — 7 billion germs, says Smallin. But, you can cut down the gross factor by disinfecting your sponge every couple of days, if not every day, and replace it monthly.
To disinfect, soak a sponge in water, place it in a microwavable dish, and nuke it on high for a minute. Important note: Make sure not to wring out the sponge otherwise it could catch on fire. Another option is to soak the sponge in a solution of bleach and water (one cup of bleach to one gallon of water), rinse, and let dry.
Keep several sponges on hand to serve different purposes to avoid spreading bacteria.
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