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Juice Box Boats

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Hold a neighborhood rain-gutter regatta OR just play in the tub with these cute, easy and cheap disposable toys.

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Boyfriend Pillow

Save your $40 and make your own!

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Posted by on July 13, 2014 in $ave it, Crafts, Fun, Gift it, Recycle it, Sell it, Sewing

 

Star Wars Party Ideas

 

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From Invitations to certificates…IMG_0837 IMG_0727

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Inexpensive, but effective and FUN – Check it out HERE

 

Moving Tips and Tricks

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Before You Leave Your Old Home:

1. Make sure each child has their own bag packed with any toys, blankets, or books that they will need to go to bed at night. These will help them feel comfortable during the transition.

2. Purchase an expandable file folder and start gathering documents such as birth certificates, passports, and currency.  These items should not be shipped with your household goods.

3. Call your doctors to obtain written copies of the family’s medical records. Offices sometimes charge for these documents, so have a form of payment ready. Also, see if your doctor can refer you to a new doctor in your new location. If applicable, ask for copies of prescriptions in case you cannot see a doctor quickly in your new location. If you have remaining refills at a local pharmacy, call to see if they can transfer them to a new pharmacy where you are moving.

4. Arrange for the home to be cleaned after all your furniture has been moved out. Stay one night in a hotel and return to the home to clean, or hire a cleaning service to do the job for you while you are traveling to your new location. Keep in mind that many real estate contracts state that the home must be left in “broom clean condition”. Failure to do so could result in a fee, or difficulty at closing.

Click HERE for the rest of the article at the joyfulorganizer

 
 
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