I have a pair of black suede flats I adore. The heels have gotten scuffed up to the point of looking whitish. To make them look black and like new, I colored them using a black, fine point Sharpie. Voila! I just extended the life of my shoes!
Let’s face it. teeth discolor. Coffee. Wine. Aging. It happens.
I found a trio of Crest whitening products that beat all. They’re all available on Amazon Prime, which is a blog in and of itself.
- Whitening Strips. I use these two to three times a year. They get rid of deep stains without damaging the enamel.
- Two-step Toothpaste System. I use this every time I brush. They keep the stains off.
- Mouthwash. I use this when I remember.
You, too, can have a brilliant Hollywood smile!
And, remember to floss. But, only the teeth you want to keep.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Now, part of my going-out routine, i trim my nose hairs. Vince should consider doing the same.
I’ve tried several types – scissors, clippers and rotary.
It’s effective, painless, easy to clean, and priced right.
Thank me later.
As one of the thousands who’ve had this season’s lingering cold, I’ve learned a thing or two about cold products.
I’m in the coughing phase but no one knows it. Except you. Now.
This stuff works.
One. Word. Epicor.
This is a probiotic developed by a company that makes supplements for animal feed. They discovered those who worked the production line never got sick, while others in the company got sick as employees typically do. The company reformulated the product for humans and it works!
I took this stuff for three years. Yes, I got a cold at times but it would last two days. I thought, “How do I really know if this is working?” OK, I’ll stop taking it. So, I did. Stop taking it.
Today marks Day Ten of Cold 2015.
Available on Amazon.
Fall = Soup
Here’s a quick and tasty soup.
- 1 can tomato soup
- 1 can water
- 1 Tbls brown sugar
- 1 tsp curry power
Stir. Heat. Enjoy.
My favorite silk blouse had nametag glue on it. ~shudder~ The dry cleaner couldn’t get it out. I couldn’t wear it as it was, so I sprayed hair spray on the glue and washed it in gentle cycle, cold water. I even dried it in the dryer. “Dry clean only” silk. The glue came out. Yay!
I’m not suggesting you forego the dry cleaners but if they can’t get something out, and you have nothing to lose, might as well try this.
Lesson learned: Do not put a nametag on silk.