10 Simple Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home

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10 Simple Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home

I don’t know how it is where you live, but here I am starting to see houses for sale like crazy.  I wonder if that means that people are starting to see relief from some of the economic craziness of the past few years?  Whatever the reason, if you are thinking about putting your house up for sale too, here are a few tips on increasing the value of your home, and hopefully putting more money in your pocket:

  1. Paint.  A fresh coat of NEUTRAL colored paint can make the house appear cleaner.  Staying neutral gives you a better chance to appeal to a wide variety of potential buyers.  Plus, paint is relatively cheap–so you get a lot of bang for your buck.
  2. Remove personal items and put them in storage.  Yes, the pictures of your kids are endearing, but when people see personal items, they focus on them, rather than picturing themselves in the home.  And, as much as you love your life-size paper mache zebra in the living room, it might not be someone else’s cup of tea {they may prefer giraffes}–it’s best to keep it a blank slate so people can imagine their own stuff in the house.
  3. Clean.  Seriously, clean like your mother-in-law is coming to visit.  The place should pass the white glove test.  Don’t forget the insides of drawers, etc.  Potential buyers will open and search through everything.
  4. Deodorize.  Everyone has a unique smell, unfortunately, that is not always a good thing.  If you have pets, you may not even notice the smell of your house, but potential buyers definitely will.  Light a candle or bake a cake before your house shows.  If you go with the candle, go with classic food smells {apple pie, etc.} over perfume-type smells.
  5. Create an inviting entrance.  If you don’t have curb appeal, it’s pretty hard to convince the average buyer that the house is worth their time.  Put a potted plant at the entrance {flowers in the summer/spring/fall and maybe a topiary in the winter}.  Set out a welcome mat.  Make sure the yard is tidy.
  6. If you have to replace floors before you can sell, opt for eco choices {like bamboo}.  They are a selling feature for the home.
  7. Up the wattage in your light bulbs for the showings.  The brighter the space, the more inviting it is to potential buyers.
  8. Kitchen cabinets.  If the kitchen cabinets have taken a beating over the years, painting them can give new life to the kitchen for minimal cost.  I don’t know about you, but nothing is more depressing than walking into an outdated and drab kitchen.
  9. Staging.  If the weather is nice, make sure to stage outdoor selling features too.  Make sure to set up the table on the patio.  Put the umbrella up.  Turn on the outdoor fountain if there is one.  You want to draw their eye to features they may miss otherwise.  Make ‘em believe that entertaining outdoors is just a quick escrow away.
  10. Window coverings.  Fresh curtains/blinds can add a lot to a room for pretty inexpensive.  Old faded drapes can make a space feel dated and dark.   Head over to Target and grab a couple of new panels–you’ll be shocked at what they do for the room.

Did you recently sell your house?  Did you do any of these?  Did they work for you?

~Mavis

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How to Plant, Grow and Care for Wisteria

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How to Plant, Grow and Care for Wisteria

I don’t know about you, but I could grow Wisteria over just about everything–it’s like outdoor crepe paper, only prettier.  I have it growing over the top of my arbor on my garden gate.  I love it.  It makes me want a porch swing and iced tea.

wisteria growing arbor

Planting  and growing Wisteria is stupid easy.  {In fact, I hear in the south it’s more of an invasive nightmare than a dripping vine.  Here in the Northwest, though, it makes a just right addition to an arbor.}  To plant it, start with a healthy vine.  Most nurseries will have them come early spring.  While it will grow in part shade, it won’t flower, so if you want the purple blooms, make sure to choose a sunny location to plant it.

how to plant a fruit tree in your backyard

Dig a hole 2-3 times the size of the root ball or roots.  Place the vine in the soil, cover with a mixture of soil and compost.  A 2″-4″ layer of mulch will help the vines retain moisture.  Water it in and you are done.  {You don’t need to continue regular watering unless you live in an area that receives less than 1″ of rain a year.}

wisteria over garden gate

To care for Wisteria, pruning is key.  Don’t prune in the winter or early spring, because you will deter flowering.  It is best to prune heavily after the spring blooming.  That will encourage another flowering in late summer/fall.  A heavy pruning in late summer can also help to keep the fast growing vine tame.  Wisteria does not need fertilizer, and once established, past keeping the growth under control, it needs almost no maintenance.

As a side note, last time I planted my Wisteria, several readers advised me not to plant Wisteria close to any trees, as it will choke them out eventually.  So, when you are deciding where to plant your vines, make sure to keep that in mind.

Now get out there and plant something,

Mavis

 

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How to Save Money on Amazon: 10 Secrets to Saving Big

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How to Save Money on Amazon 10 Secrets to Saving BigIf you’ve spent more than 5 minutes on my site, you’ve probably noticed I have a small love affair with Amazon. And really, what’s not to love? Their prices are competitive, their customer service is exceptional, their selection is freaking awesome and I don’t have to shower or brush my teeth to go shopping {cashiers everywhere are thankful for that!}.

So what do you do when your Amazon shopping habit becomes a borderline addiction? Short of starting an Amazon Anonymous support group {which I’m totally looking into}, you simply learn to shop smarter. Here are the easiest, and my favorite, ways to save on Amazon:

amazon-prime-membershipAmazon Prime: If you are going to be a serious Amazon shopper, YOU. NEED. THIS. Amazon Prime is the bomb dot com. You get all sorts of VIP perks which will make you feel like Amazon royalty. My favorites of course is FREE 2 -Day Shipping! {Sometimes my stuff even arrives the next day} I can even order an item and have it shipped to my mom {or anyone, anywhere else} for FREE! I also get a junkton of FREE movies and FREE eBooks! Holy cats it’s awesome!

Subscribe and Save: Here’s the low-down on how Amazon Subscribe & Save works and why you should be using it:
1. You can save up to 15% on your entire order when you commit to purchasing an item on a regular basis {diapers, anyone?!}!
2. You get free 2-day shipping on every Subscribe & Save shipment.
3. You’ll be charged for each order only when the item is shipped. The amount charged each time will reflect the price of the item on the day the order is processed minus the Subscribe & Save discount.
4. You select the frequency that you want to receive new orders, and they’ll automatically send your subscriptions by your monthly Subscribe & Save delivery day. You can change your subscription schedule, quantity and/or frequency online at any time. Easy peasy.

Amazon Student: You’re probably too busy searching the couch cushion for change to buy some Ramen to be reading this, but if you happen to catch it, you’ll be glad you did. Amazon Student is a feature offered to college students with a valid .edu email address. You’ll get Amazon Prime FREE for 6 months and then have the option of continuing that membership for 50% off {so only $39/year for students!}. Plus, you can receive a $5 credit for referring friends via email and social networks with no limit on the number of referrals made.

amazon momAmazon Mom: Amazon clearly understands that being a mom is freakin hard sometimes! So they’re making your life just a little bit easier and rewarding you for being a cool mom {or dad, or grandparent or caregiver}. Amazon Mom is a membership program geared towards moms {etc} of newborns through toddlers. You save up to 20% on all sorts of baby related stuff {think diapers and wipes} and then they ship it right to your front door for free! New members even get 3-months FREE!

Warehouse Deals: I think this is one of Amazon’s best kept secrets! You can score deep discounts on open-box, like-new, and pre-owned products backed with Amazon’s A-to-Z guarantee. That means all products are thoroughly tested and shipped right from Amazon. Plus you’ll get Prime or FREE shipping where available.

Amazon Outlet: The Amazon Outlet store is another hidden gem! You can find crazy low prices on markdowns, clearance items, overstocks, and more. And unlike the Warehouse Deals, all outlet items are brand new. Some of the best deals I’ve ever scored are from the Outlet Store!

free kindle booksFreebies: There’s no such thing as a free lunch? Amazon doesn’t think so. Okay, so they won’t be serving up free subs and chips anytime soon, but they do offer so many freebies. And FREE is really hard to beat!  They offer free e-books, free music and MP3 downloads, free aps, free instant videos and more. I’ll often just sort by price when I’m browsing a category to see what Amazon is offering free that day, because their freebies change daily!

Super Saver Shipping: If you don’t shop on Amazon enough to justify an Amazon Prime membership, but you don’t want to pay shipping {what crazy person does?}, the Super Saver option is for you. Throw $35 worth of qualifying items in your Amazon cart and your entire order ships for FREE! It’s like constantly having a free shipping coupon without having to mess with typing in a code.

Amazon Coupons: Amazon has coupons? Who knew! You can save a ton by simply using an Amazon coupon. To redeem a coupon, simply click on it and then add the item to your cart. The discount will be automatically applied when you check out. There are coupons for everything from electronics to baby wipes to household cleaners.

ebates-logoEarn While You Shop: You’re shopping anyway, why not get paid to do it?! You can earn 3% cash back when you shop through Ebates, or Amazon gift cards when you use SwagBucks. It’s really the easiest way to stretch your dollar and make your money work harder for you!

And there you have it. 10 ways to save while you spend. I’m basically helping you feel less guilty for being an Amazon addict! You’re welcome.

~Mavis

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How to Freeze Eggs

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Now that the chickens are producing like mad again I decided to try and freeze some of their eggs. Did you know that you can freeze eggs?  Well, as long as you freeze them properly, you can freeze them for up to 4 months! How cool is that?

How to Collect, Clean and Store Chicken Eggs

Here’s some freezing basics, if you want to give it a whirl:

Whole Eggs

To freeze whole eggs, crack them into a big bowl, blend them up, and then transfer the blended eggs into an airtight container and freeze.

eggsEgg Yolks Only

Egg yolks can get too gelatinous to work with if you don’t store them right, so to freeze them, you need to take an extra step.  Beat 1/8 of tsp. of salt or 1 1/2 tsp. sugar or corn syrup per 1/4 cup of yolks into the mixture before transferring to an airtight container and freezing.

Egg Whites

Break and separate the eggs.  Pour the whites into an airtight container and freeze.  If you need to be able to measure whites out more easily, try freezing them individually in ice cube trays, then moving them into an airtight container.

Hard Boiled Egg Yolks

While they aren’t tasty just on their own, hard boiled egg yolks can be frozen and then used in soups and/or as salad toppings.  Just hard boil the eggs, remove the yolks from the whites and place them into an airtight container.

how to freeze eggsWhen it is time to use the eggs, here’s a quick guideline on quantities:

2 Tbsp. thawed egg whites = 1 large fresh egg white
1 Tbsp. thawed egg yolk = 1 large fresh yolk
3 Tbsp. thawed whole egg mixture = 1 large fresh egg

Do you freeze your eggs?  Would you be willing to try it?

~Mavis

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How to Sell Your Stuff at a Garage Sale

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How to Sell Your Stuff at a Garage Sale

Every few years, I get enough accumulated stuff that it becomes totally worth it for me to have a garage sale.  Garage sales are my way of de-junkifying–but, not in the sense that it is “junk.”  I want the stuff out, because it just is no longer working for me, but it is still really good, usable stuff.  Plus, the money goes straight into our vacation fund, so I can usually convince The Girl and Monkey Boy to help out.

I’ve learned quite a bit over the years about having garage sales–or even better stated:  having successful garage sales.

garage sale sign

First things first, advertise.  Use signs and craigslist to get the word out.  For higher ticket items, take some pictures and include them on craigslist.  People love that crap.  Also, get change.  You can keep it in a lock box, a money belt or wear an apron with pockets.  The good thing about the apron is that if you are alone, you don’t have to worry about stepping away from the money.  Also, have plastic grocery bags handy to bag people’s purchases.

garage sale price stickers tags

Price all of your items the night before.  This is essential.  You WILL have early bird shoppers who will cramp your style if you are still out there pricing.  The busiest time of the garage sale will be from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.  After that, things will slow down significantly, so it’s just best to be prepared to deal with your customers straight out of the gate.  Be realistic with your pricing.  People expect screamin’ deals at garage sales.  That’s the downside.  The upside is that you would have probably just donated it otherwise and made nothing.

Easy Crock Pot Vegetarian Chili Recipe

Next, get up extra early and make a crock pot meal {Go HERE for some recipe ideas}.  Otherwise, by the end of the day, you will be too pooped to pop and will end up loading the family into the wagon to go out.  This one little move cuts into your garage sale profits significantly.  I have learned it the hard way, trust me.

blueberry-muffins-with-crumb-topping-recipe

Have the kids set up a muffin and coffee/tea stand.  Lots of people do the slow drive by and then move on.  Early morning coffee and muffins always entice them to stop and browse.

Make sure everything is displayed as orderly as possible.  If you have clothes, hang them up–they WILL sell much better that way.

Haggling is a sport for some people–like they legitimately get thrills at the idea of it.  Don’t be offended when people haggle for your stuff–meet them with counter-offers, {The garage sale game is very Donald Trump like.  Embrace it.}  Know your bottom line and have a little fun getting there.

Around noon to 1 p.m., it’s time to start slashing prices.  Your traffic will slow down considerably, and unless you are interested in a marathon type garage sale, it’s time to make sure the stuff goes for at least some money.

Thrift store donation

Arrange for a local charity to swing by and pick up the leftovers or haul them that afternoon to the thrift store yourself.  That way, you don’t have to haul them back into the garage, where they could potentially take up residence again.

How about YOU, what are your tips for having a successful garage sale?

~Mavis

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Starbucks Drinks – Do You Know How Many Calories Are in Your Favorite Beverage?

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starbucks passion fruit tea

Any Starbucks fans out there?  I have to be, when you live near its birthplace, you are contractually bound by law to like Starbucks.  My hands are tied.

Did you know that you can find out how many calories are in your favorite Starbucks drink?  In some cases, you may not want to know, but you CAN find out, if you are so moved.  I must admit, I am kind of fond of their Trenta Passion Fruit Iced Tea {sweetened, or course} and now that I know it only has 140 calories, I might treat myself a little more.  Sure, I could make it at home, but sometimes, when I am running errands, it’s a little luxury that makes me smile. :)

starbucks drinks

Here’s a couple of popular drinks and their calories–if yours is one of those drinks that packs the caloric punch of a dessert, then I am sorry for potentially ruining your day:

  • Peppermint White Chocolate Mocha – 520 calories
  • Tazo Chai Fralppuccino Blended Creme {Grande} – 360 calories
  • Black coffee {for the hardcore} – 0, zip, zilch calories
  • Chai Tea Latte – 340 calories
  • Hot Chocolate {grande} – 340 calories
  • Starbucks Refreshers Strawberry Lemonade {1 can} – 90 Calories
  • Vanilla Latte {Grande w/2%} – 250 calories
  • Strawberry Smoothie {16 oz., 2% milk} – 300 calories
  • Iced Coffee w/Milk {Grande w/2%} – 120 calories

twinkies

Okay, now comes the part where I ruin  your day.  For comparison and depression purposes only:

  • Twinkie – 120 calories
  • McDonald’s French Fries {medium} – 330 calories
  • Goldfish Crackers {300 of ‘em} – 300 calories
  • 3 eggs, scrambled, 2 slices of bacon – 290 calories
  • Coca Cola {1 can} – 140 calories

It basically sucks how your morning cup of delicious can quickly turn into a caloric dumping ground on your thighs.  Did you know some of these bad boys packed so many calories?  I guess it’s time to forego our taste buds and drink black coffee and tea like the good ol’ days.

~Mavis

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How to Maintain a Healthy Flower Garden

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How to Maintain a Healthy Flower Garden

When I first started gardening, I did not really get the importance of integrating flowers.  I mean, I like them because they were pretty, they added curb appeal, etc.  Now, though, I see them as an important part of my garden.  When they are healthy and thriving, so is the rest of my garden.  They do most of the work in keeping a healthy, balanced garden by attracting bees and other beneficial insects to the yard.

I like to imagine they have little whistles to call in the pollinators {it’s possible I spend too much time with my plants}.

Here’s the 411 on maintaining a healthy flower garden:

  1. Soil.  Make sure to provide the right soil for however you plan on planting your flowers.  Potted flowers will suffocate in regular old dirt.  I usually make my own potting soil with my compost.  Flowers planted in flower beds also need a little TLC.  Laying down compost before you plant can provide much needed nutrients throughout the growing season.
  2. Give ‘em a little wiggle room.  Whenever I see those pre-potted flowers in the stores in the spring, I wonder what they will look like in a month or so.  They are so over-crowded.  They have a lot of initial appeal {probably to entice you into buying them}, but pretty soon, they start suffocating each other out.  Plants are like humans that way–in over-crowded conditions, they start to become diseased, fight for nutrients, and die back.  Not good.
  3. Fertilize.  I usually let my chickens do most of the fertilizing, but if you don’t have that option, a good organic fertilizer will help you maintain those bright blooms.
  4. Deadhead.  Pinching back faded blooms encourages new growth and makes your flowers the envy of your neighbors.  It’s win-win.
  5. Water.  Flowers will need you to adjust their watering schedule frequently throughout the growing season.  Water when the first 2″ of soil is dry.  I feel like flowers always hang their heads when they are dry, so you can usually tell by looking at them.  Like all plants, do not let them sit in water.  Their feet {roots} get soggy and it makes them very grumpy.
  6. Do a little research.  Some flowers offer a little more bang for their buck.  For example, Marigolds repel a lot of pests.  Companion planting with flowers is a great way to maintain an organic garden.

Any more tips you can think of for keeping your flowers looking and performing their best?

~Mavis

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How to Color Shredded Coconut

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How to Color Shredded Coconut

Colored shredded coconut makes awesome bird’s nests for Easter themed crafts. It kind of makes me want to try to make a completely edible Easter basket.  How cool would that be? ;)

How to Color Shredded Coconut

You’ll Need:

  • Shredded Coconut
  • Water
  • Food Coloring
  • Paper Towels
  • Bowls
  • Paper Plates
  • Spatula

How to Color Shredded CoconutDirections:

First, put water in the bowls.  How much water totally depends  on how much coconut you will be coloring.  You don’t need a ton, though, just enough to soak the coconut through, not enough to give it a full water bath.  Add 2-3 drops of food coloring to the water.  Add the coconut and press it down with the spatula, so it soaks up all the water and color.  Allow it to sit for a bit, until you are satisfied with the color.

diy shredded coconut

Then, put 2 or 3 paper towels over the top of the bowl.  On top of the paper towels, place the paper plate.  Now, gently turn the bowl over, like you are removing a cake from a pan.  The water and coconut should flip over onto the paper towels and paper plate.  Now, just leave it there to dry completely.

Here’s to an edible Easter,

Mavis

How to Color Shredded Coconut

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Spring Lawn Care Tips

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spring lawn care tips

As I mentioned last fall, taking care of the grass is totally my husbands department–but if watching him work counts for something, then I am a pro!  Ha.  Here’s a quick guide on spring lawn care, which we take very seriously here in suburbia:

If you didn’t aerate last fall, spring is another good time to do it.  With all of the spring rain, those annoying dirt clods will be gone in no time, and your grass will be the thick, lush envy of all of the neighbors.

Before you start mowing again, give your lawn mower the once over.  Sharpen the blades if they need it, change the oil, and give ‘er a good once over.  You can start out the spring with shorter grass, make sure to raise the blade as the weather gets warmer, though.  If you don’t mind the mess, taking the mower bag off and letting the grass clippings stay on the lawn is a great way to provide free food for the grass.

If you live in a rainy climate {like I do} let the weather do the work as far as watering.  If not, make sure to water less often, but in larger quantities {remember the good old days of flood irrigation?  Think about replicating them.}

Wait until it’s a bit warmer to apply fertilizer {at least 50-55 degrees soil temperature}, that will ensure that the grass is awake enough to receive a feeding.

That’s pretty much it for us around here.  What do you do to wake up your grass?

~Mavis

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Tips for Hosting a Pasta Feed in Your Home

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Tips for Hosting a Pasta Feed in Your Home

A few times a year we host a huge pasta feed for my kids’ sports team. Sometimes we’ll end up with 50 hungry teenage mouths to feed. Sounds daunting, but it always turns out awesome. The kids love it and I love having them there. Through the years I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks through trial and error. I’m sharing them with you so you don’t have a pasta party disaster, although it really is much simpler than it seems.

Pasta Feed Tips:

1. Set a practical menu. If you don’t mind spending some time in the kitchen, prepare some fun Italian dishes {see recipes below} to go with your pasta, but stick to simple spaghetti if you’re in a time crunch or if the thought of catering to a group that size makes you want to break out in hives.

2. Recruit other parents to help you in the kitchen. I usually have a mom or two who will show up to help me serve, cook, etc. Try not to be a one man show and ask for help if you need it.

3. Be realistic with your budget. While pasta is a pretty cheap way to feed the masses, food for a group that size can get expensive. If you’re looking for a way to cut down costs, host with another family {or two} and split the cost. Or ask other parents to send some desserts or sides. They’ll probably be more than happy to pick up a loaf of french bread or make a quick salad if they know they don’t have a herd of kids coming to their house!

4. Cook enough food. I usually make about 8 pounds of pasta, 20 pounds of sauce and 8 pounds of hamburger or meatballs {if your budget is really tight, eliminate the meat}. I also serve up 2 huge bowls of Caesar salad, 4 loafs of garlic bread and a simple dessert like brownies or cookies {at least 1 brownie per kid or 2 cookies per kid}. I’ll always have a pot of boiling water ready and some uncooked pasta on hand just in case they have larger than expected appetites.

5. Basic drinks are best. You can always go super inexpensive and have pitchers of water, but I usually do milk and juice too, and that’s typically what they always go for. I never serve soda or high fructose anything. While I don’t mind feeding kids junk food every now and then, I try to avoid having them drink it. That way I can bake up a pan of brownies and not feel the least bit bad about it.

6. Don’t forget the little stuff.
Make sure you have plenty of plates, cups, utensils and napkins. Borrow coolers if you’ll need more than you have to keep drinks cold. Also, LOTS of trash cans and plenty of trash bags. Set out a recycling bin if you recycle. The kids are always great about cleaning up after themselves and even taking the trash out if I ask them {make sure they help take down tables and chairs if you borrow or rent them}.

Heirloom Tomato Sauce Recipe

Heirloom Tomato Sauce

Pasta Feed Recipes:

By far the easiest thing to serve at a pasta feed is noodles and a simple red or meat sauce. But sometimes I like get a little creative and add a dish or two. It’s also helpful if you have non-meat eaters attending.  if I don’t have time to slave away in the kitchen, I can always fall back the freezer meals I have already made!

Freezer Meals - Lasagna with Meat Sauce 4Freezer Meal Lasagna with Meat Sauce:

If I don’t have time to slave away in the kitchen, I can always fall back on the freezer meals I have already made!

Simple Caprese Lasagna Roll-UpsCaprese Lasagna Roll-Ups:

Very helpful if you have non-meat eaters attending.

And there you have a few simple tips and recipes to help you host a successful and stress-free pasta feed. Have you done this before? Have any great ideas to add?

~Mavis

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