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Homeschool Mom Confessions: Having an Education Degree Does Not Make Me a Better Homeschooler

Before I started homeschooling I thought I couldn’t do it because I didn’t have a teaching degree. I would look in on other homeschool moms who did …

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Homeschooling 101: First Day of School

Hi everyone! I’m back today with another Homeschooling 101 post for you! Last time around we discussed Storage Solutions and Organization. And today …

Adventures in Home Schooling

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DIY Hanging Planters

How to Clean a Crusty, Rusty Cast Iron Skillet Sanctuary Materials Raw potato Kosher salt Cooking Oil Directions 1. Set your cast iron skillet in the sink and sprinkle a teaspoon or two of Kosher salt in the bottom. 2. Slice off the top of a raw potato. Make sure to leave enough of the potato so you can grab it easily. Use the cut end of your potato to scour the skillet, grinding the salt into any rusty or crusty spots. As you work, rinse off the skillet (and rust!) and add more salt if it requires more scrubbing. 3. Once all of the rust has vanished (Yay!), dry your skillet with a clean towel. 4. If you don’t need to re-season your skillet, just add a few drops of oil to its surface. You can be a tad heavy handed with the oil, as it will mostly just absorb. Rub the oil into your skillet’s surface, that way it’s ready to go for you next cooking adventure. Caring for your skillet Never, ever, ever wash your skillet with soap again. Don’t even let a drop near it. The soap will wear off your fresh coating of oil and it will likely make your next meal taste a tad sudsy. After you finish cooking with your skillet, immediately rinse it out to remove any burned on bits. If you need more scrubbing, let it cool, and then use salt and a coarse scrubbing pad to get rid of any burned bits. Don’t let your skillet soak for long periods of time, and never put it in the dishwasher. Or buy new here: http://tinyurl.com/5-Piece-Cast-Iron-Cookware-Set More: http://bit.ly/P3yFWt

DIY Crochet Cabbage Patch

Children have undeniably the cutest hairstyles out there. But when you combine an adorable kid with an even cuter handmade hat, you hit the jackpot! …

DIY Pallet Movie Theater

Pallets, over and over again! We’re sure you think you’ve heard everything there is to hear about using pallets in your redecorating projects. But …

DIY Good Solution to Remove Stains

Avoiding staining a piece of furniture, fabric or carpet is something of epic proportions, if not quite impossible. The solutions to remove stains …

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