Friday, 28 March 2014

5 Things I Learned this Week 03.28.14

It's that time for........

Wheeeeeeeeee! Here we goooooooooooo:

1. Vinegar is the most versitile cleaning product EVER! For example:
  • You can clean your drains with vinegar and baking soda
  • It can put the sparkle back in your china
  • You can make fluffier pancakes by adding 2 TB of vinegar
See the full list here!

2. This great list of life lessons of things to do in your 30s has been floating around the internet this week and I really, really enjoyed the article. In short, the lessons are:
  • Start Saving for Retirement Now, Not Later 
  • Start Taking Care of Your Health Now, Not Later 
  • Don’t Spend Time with People Who Don’t Treat You Well
  •  Be Good to the People You Care About 
  • You can’t have everything; Focus On Doing a Few Things Really Well 
  • Don’t Be Afraid of Taking Risks, You Can Still Change 
  • You Must Continue to Grow and Develop Yourself 
  • Nobody (Still) Knows What They’re Doing, Get Used to It 
  • Invest in Your Family; It’s Worth It 
  • Be kind to yourself, respect yourself
See the full article here

3. Honey is a super food! It's got some amazing health benefits (like it helps to prevent gingivitis and can act as a sleep aid!), and it's a fantastic natural sweetener. Read the full list here!
From Inspiyr
4. Here is how to properly machine wash pillows:

From TheWHOot
 5. SMILING IS MY FAVOURITE and there are some major benefits to smiling (which I always knew) Here is a great list for why you should SMILE MORE!

  • Smiling is Contagious 
  • You’ll Decrease Stress and Anxiety 
  • Smiling Releases Endorphins 
  • You’ll Be More Attractive 
  • Smiling Strengthens Your Immune System 
  • You’ll Be Friendlier 
  • Smiling Will Make You More Comfortable 
  • You’ll Be More Trustworthy 
  • You’ll Be a Better Leader
Read the rest of the article here

Have a great weekend everyone!


  1. Vinegar is awesome! I didn't know about the pillows. I usually just buy new pillows- well the ones I sleep on

    1. LOL! I hear that! I usually do too, but might not have to any more with this trick! Thanks for reading! :)