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  • The Oleander Bloom - Small Notebook
    regretful casualty 1 Comment April 24 2008 in Gardening About Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous Maintaining the Compost Bin Next The Clothesline Comments Megan SortaCrunchy says April 25 2008 at 12 01 am Phenomenal job of mothering that one all winter All your hard work paid off Stunning What lucky little patio plants they

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  • The Clothesline - Small Notebook
    did you do the b w conversion Really really sweet shots smallnotebook says April 25 2008 at 4 37 pm Thanks I use Apple s iPhoto but I know you can do the same thing with Adobe s Photoshop Express It s free and on the web and easy to use Audra Marie says May 19 2008 at 11 10 am I love these photos Great shots I need to play with my camera more My photo blog has been neglected lately Rashmi says November 2 2009 at 12 45 pm Hi Racheal I have been following your blog for quite a few days now but never posted any comments Its an amazing blog with great yet simple to do ideas Your clothesline made me go back to my childhood when my aunt used to hang clothes in apt back in India But here in US in most of the apartments the mgt doesnt allow you to put the clothesline so I have used dryer for the most part After moving to AZ I bought a stand from Ikea and its been the best investment ever I used to put it inside or outside for a short time at night

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  • Honeyman - Small Notebook
    amazing My favorite are these summer pants from Anthropologie He picked them out himself I love these pants they fit perfectly and I ll be wearing them every day until winter Yes people he is the ideal husband It s a bit tricky to take a picture of your own pants 4 Comments April 22 2008 in Homekeeping About Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous The Clothesline Next If we were superheroes Comments Megan SortaCrunchy says April 24 2008 at 11 55 pm Where on earth did you find this man Not only did he install a super cool clothesline for you he also bought you some super cute pants to wear and then hang out to dry And they fit GoodNESS that is a fine man Cheers for Doug smallnotebook says April 25 2008 at 4 27 pm Thanks Megan that will make his day Margaret says December 3 2008 at 8 44 pm Well good for you and your husband One little line is saving you money and your impact on the environment You ll find your winter heating will help your clothes dry and the moisture from them will help a little towards moisturising the cold dry winter air I ve never owned a dryer fresh air is always much simpler and cheaper My gran used to love watching all the washing in her street being blown in the wind a good drying day she d say I spent some time in the USA and was surprised at the active encouragement in NOT hanging out laundry in the county where I lived I rarely dry dishes either life is too short for me to be doing what gravity can do They can

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  • If we were superheroes - Small Notebook
    Big Money on Rent with Little Effort Comments Megan SortaCrunchy says April 21 2008 at 4 43 pm Ahhhhhhhhhhhh Love this And the red stoplight for no reason is TOTALLY my husband s nemesis too Kirstin says April 21 2008 at 6 20 pm hahah This was funny Rachel says July 8 2008 at 7 12 pm Hey I know where that colossal public art structure is It s on the same property as my former weakness Pastazios Pizza Are they still there Or maybe I shouldn t ask you during July I used to live around there in a small apartment close to my work I love your blog I m very inspired by your July no spend month I hope the summer isn t too hot for you I ve been there yuck smallnotebook says July 9 2008 at 10 58 pm Pastazios Pizza is still there Rachel I haven t been but we go over there a lot to let Lane play in the water fountains It s pretty fun I was so glad that you commented because I got to pop over to your blog and I really enjoyed reading it I can t wait to

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  • Save Big Money on Rent with Little Effort - Small Notebook
    This saves me 45 every month which is 540 over the year I am not one who pushes someone for a bargain but this was so easy I was in the same situation the year before The letter from the leasing agency said the rent would go up 70 a month It had never occurred to me to try to negotiate my rent but when I talked to the agent about it I expressed my concern over such a large increase No problem the agent said that is just a starting rate In that conversation I learned not to accept a new rent amount without at least talking to the leasing agent first With no extra effort on my part they lowered the increase by 30 a month which saved me 360 that year I looked at my other recurring bills to see where I could save money I found quite a few places in my budget that I could save money with very little effort or sacrifice on my part and yet it would still yield a big impact Those were the places I focused on first I ll share more about those and if you have money saving ideas I d really like to hear them 5 Comments April 18 2008 in Money About Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous If we were superheroes Next Tying Heartstrings Comments Megan SortaCrunchy says April 19 2008 at 7 20 am Negotiating rent I had never heard of such a thing Great advice Not bad for less than five minutes of work happyhousewife says April 19 2008 at 7 30 am Great job on negotiating your rent We have done that for years As for washing

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  • Tying Heartstrings - Small Notebook
    wanted to do today She acts like a crazy fool over her new ball so we played with it for a long time She likes it even better than movies previously moo ies and now moo yah She brought all of the toys from her room into mine and then we surrounded ourselves with pillows and toys on my bed We read the same book 4 times in a row She finished her alphabet puzzle and I cheered when she was able to put all the letters in the right place Well all but L and P since they were lost somewhere in the covers on my bed 1 Comment April 17 2008 in Family Life About Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous Save Big Money on Rent with Little Effort Next Tips to Buy Kids Clothing for Less Money Comments Megan SortaCrunchy says April 19 2008 at 7 19 am I love this This is why I love my job I try to take a minute or two to really appreciate it every day Gorgeous picture of a gorgeous girl Advertisements Hi I m

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  • Spring Cleaning - Small Notebook
    outside on the patio me and my helper We cleaned the teak patio furniture and rubbed some olive oil into it We washed the dirt from the siding and windows with a bucket of sudsy water I put some things out to dry on the clothesline The neighbor s puppy came over for some company and then carried away my stuff He has a growing collection of flip flops that he s taken from other neighbors He tries to sneak in my back door but he doesn t know Sophie the cat is waiting for him and she doesn t put up with that Add a comment April 10 2008 in Homekeeping About Rachel I write about practical tips that will help you simplify at home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous Tips to Buy Kids Clothing for Less Money Next Being a Mom is Not for Wusses Advertisements Hi I m Rachel I ll help you simplify your home Share this site Pin it Get new posts delivered to your inbox Subscribe by email For Winter How to Deal With the Keepsakes You Shouldn t Save Want to Simplify Start Here Getting More Organized is Not the

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  • Being a Mom is Not for Wusses - Small Notebook
    home Connect with me on Pinterest and Twitter Previous Spring Cleaning Next How to Change a Car s Air Filter Comments Megan SortaCrunchy says April 19 2008 at 7 17 am Not for the faint of heart no it is not Kirstin says April 21 2008 at 6 21 pm Sounds like she d get along so well with my little guys Juliet says September 29 2008 at 7 36 am My kids once emptied out an entire bottle of baby powder in their room with a fan running I m still finding areas of powder a year later Shauna H says October 30 2008 at 2 47 pm I stumbled across your very entertaining blog yesterday so I am very late in commenting on this post but I thought I would make you feel better with something a friend of mine was just telling me last weekend She s married to a cowboy they live in Montana and have a 1 yr old little girl Rosy was playing in the yard while Mama fed the lambs and eventually realized that little Rosy was chewing on a stick When Mama asked Rosy to give her the stick she realized that her wee one had found a bird s leg was chewing on it EEWWW Later that same week little one was playing on the kitchen floor rubbing a treasure against her cheek making little ooohhh I like it sounds When Mama asked to see what she had she discovered Rosy was rubbing her cheek with a dead mouse that the cat had brought in o You re right being a Mama is NOT for wusses Disclaimer this is a very good Mama and they actually live a very normal life and Mama freaked out appropriately lest you get the wrong

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