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Top 10 Necessities for Spring Cleaning

It’s that time of year again when the sun is shining, the birds begin to chirp, and you notice six months worth of winter dirt on everything in the house. Don’t be overwhelmed by the sudden urge to take a fire hose to all visible surfaces. Take a deep breath and begin by purchasing these must-have spring cleaning products instead:
1. Rubber Gloves
You already know you’re going to be elbow-deep in dirt. Avoid alligator hands and throw on a pair of these stylish icky-protectors. No matter what you’re cleaning, no worries – it’s not getting in. Available in Large, Medium, and Small.
2. All-Purpose Cleaner
Thank goodness for modern technology. Condense all your cleaning solutions into one handy concoction and stop lugging all those bottles all over the house. First Force Oxy works on the majority of surfaces including appliances, counter-tops, and bathrooms. Net wt 32 oz.
3. Sponges & Scrubbers
You’ll be going through these bad boys. The pictured package comes in 5 different color combination’s sure to adequately distract you from the task at hand. 5 piece package. 1-3/16″ x 3-3/4″ x 2-3/4″.
4. Spray Bottles
Pick your poison: Vinegar, lemon juice, industrial grade bleach? They’ll all be easier to use and look cuter to boot in these colorful little containers. 4 assorted shapes and colors. Spray with trigger.
5. Paper Towels
After cleaning every window and mirror in the house, you’ll need at least 140 paper towels. Better make them strong ones while you’re at it. 2-ply.
6. Trash Bags
Spring cleaning generally equals metric tons of trash. These extra heavy grade trash bags can hold heavy, sharp, and wet trash. Also ideal for throwing an imperfect spouse’s belongings onto the lawn. 45 gallon. 100 bags per case.
7. Broom
The first step to clean floors. Just simply avoid gifting this broom to your wife – she will not appreciate it. Alternate use: shooing away pesky house cats. 48” x 7”. Angled broom with metal handle.
8. Inset Killer
Where there is dirt, there’s the things that live in it. Show no mercy and use Ortho Home Defense Indoor to shoot on site. Works on all things creepy and crawly including roaches, ants and flies. 33 oz spray bottle.
9. Laundry Detergent
Bringing the summer clothes out of storage, putting the winter clothes into storage…certainly a reason for bulk detergent. Tide will aid your perpetual battle to keep fabrics clean and looking spanking new. 26 oz box.
10. Air Freshener
Overpower the scent of bleach and elbow grease and leave your newly cleaned home smelling fresh. Try the pictured assortment. A variety of scents ensures bathroom doesn’t smell like fresh apple pie and the kitchen like new car. 2 oz pump bottles. 48 pieces, assorted scents. Made in USA.

March 7, 2011   1 Comment

10 Headgear Ideas for Showing St. Patrick’s Day Spirit

Any of these ridiculous pieces of headgear, would never be worn by anyone except maybe Leprechauns. But they are all just perfect to wear on St. Patrick’s Day because they are green, and if you are really Irish, you have been drinking.

1. Green Tinsel Wig

Nothing says I am a girl and I have been drinking quite like bright green shiny twinkling hair. It also shows just how far you will really go to prove you are Irish.

2. Tall Green Beer Mug Hat

In case you forget what a frosty foam filled mug of beer looks like during the festivities. Well now you are wearing a hat that you can just point at when you need a fresh mug or a refill. Plus it is just so attractive to the ladies.

3. Sequin Leprechaun Hat

Take sequins and put them together with a leprechaun’s fashion sense, now that has always been a sure fire formula for looking good. What could better to symbolize everything that Irish folklore and tradition have given the world.

4. Tri-Color Afro Wig

You might be cheering for the Green Bay Packers or maybe you are about to go out on the town this St Patrick’s Day. Either way drinking games will take on a whole new delight with this multi-color afro wig as your good time accessory. Be prepared for attention.
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5. Irish Newsboy Hat with Braids

Long green braids hanging long from this sporty newsboy ball cap will wow everyone. This hat needs little more than a wet T-shirt and a short skirt to embellish the carefully placed shamrocks against orange and white colors.

6. Furry Green Bucket Hat

Just wearing glorious green, nothing says you are available and Irish better. This bucket hat features a distinctive combination of Irish stereotypes and being someone with a devil may care kind of frivolous fashion sensibility.

7. Irish Tri Color Tall Stove Pipe Hat

One part cat in the hat, one part Abe Lincoln, with that ultra large embroidered shamrock set front and center against the colors of the Irish flag. Nothing could be more American and Irish at the same time.

8. Pointed Brim Leprechaun Hat

The ultimate leprechaun party hat, that is as long as it is wide or vice versa. No girly Irishmen would be caught dead in one. But their mother’s might have bought one for them as a child. Such memories it will bring back.

9. St. Patrick’s Super Jester Hat

What is wrong with looking the fool, if you are playing the fool all night in this cure hat for the perfect crown costume. Or the fancy dancing sprite ready for arm wrestling or for clowning around on Saint Patty’s all day long.

10. Green Sequin Fuzzy Bunny Bopper

Then there is always somebody who doesn’t realize it is a holiday or what it means to be Irish. With bouncing sparkly sequined bunny boppers there is no way not to make a distinctive impression wherever you go.

March 2, 2011   No Comments

Top 10 Christmas Light Displays Items

Christmas comes during the darkest time of year when the sun sets early and rises late, so people especially enjoy decorating for the holiday with lights of all kinds.

1. Christmas Light Strings
Christmas displays usually begin with strings of multicolor or clear lights strung along the edges of roofs and looped around trees and bushes. Use plenty of lights to achieve the best effect. These lights can burn steadily or flash according to your preference.

2. Wholesale Christmas Garlands
A green garland with lights will look great framing your front door and porch railings while giving a warm and homey look to your entrance.

3. Wholesale Window Lights
Add a festive look to your home with window lights shaped like angels, candy canes, snowmen or Santa.

4. Lighted White Twigs
Light your walkways with unique lighted white twigs, and create a lovely pathway leading to your door to welcome your guests with flair. You could also use these to light a hallway if you want to create an unusual look in your home.

5. Fiber Optic Light Up Christmas Tree
Don’t forget about decorating the inside of your home. The 3-foot fibre optic light up Christmas tree will make a charming addition to any room.

6. Night Lights
Choose from many different themes for festive nightlights. You can have a flickering candy cane, candy shop, school, church, Santa workshop or one of the many other cute nightlights to give a soft light to those dark rooms.

7. White Candle Tree Lights
Add a touch of nostalgia with white candle tree lights as a reminder of the days when candles were the only way to light Christmas trees.

8. Star Tree Topper
A lighted star is the perfect topper for your Christmas tree.

9. Necklace or Earrings
When you are feeling whimsical, wear a lighted necklace or Christmas light bulb earrings, and be the brightest one at the party.

10. Antler Reindeer
When guests see the light and hear the music of the cute antler reindeer on your head, you will not be a wallflower at the party.

Finally, if you have been having a friendly contest with your next-door neighbor every year to determine who can create the most dazzling Christmas light display – and you are ready to give up – there may be a better solution. Buy a few strings of 100 clear or colored lights, string them together, and attach them to a board forming the word “DITTO” along with an arrow pointing to your neighbor’s extravagantly decorated house, and listen for the laughter of people passing by.

November 24, 2010   1 Comment

Top 5 Most Popular Christmas Gifts

It’s not easy to find a Christmas gift for the person who has everything. A lot of people are just hard to buy for, but that doesn’t mean you should give up and stuff coal in their stocking. If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas present for someone in your life, check out this list of the top five most popular Christmas gifts for inspiration.

Movies
Movies are one of the easiest Christmas presents to give. Blockbuster hits are a popular way of saying, “I don’t know what you really want for Christmas, so let’s just watch a movie.” DVDs are easy to wrap, inexpensive, and fun for both the gift-recipient and the gift-giver…if the gift-recipient is up for a movie night, that is. Just pay attention to his or her personal collection; independent films are often a safer bet, because people are less likely to already own them.

Flannel pajamas
During those chilly winter nights, flannel pajamas are the next best thing to a steaming cup of hot chocolate. Because they are a classic style, they’ll never go out of fashion, and they’ll last forever. You don’t have to stick to the red and black pajamas either; look for printed options or colorful fabrics that will best suit your friend or family member.

Gift baskets
Gift baskets are popular Christmas presents for teachers, older female relatives, and neighbors. For some reason, gift baskets full of body lotion, scented spray, and other pretty bottled liquids that will make your bathing experience more fun are popular Christmas gifts. Although giving someone a gift basket might be a not-so-subtle commentary on their personal hygiene, most people at least appreciate the pretty basket.

Candles
Who wants a candle when we have full access to electricity? The truth is, no one really asks for candles for Christmas, but particularly sweet smelling candles are versatile; they can make an appearance at the dinner table or in a romantic bedroom. The candles that come in glass jars are not only functional, they also double as a nice decoration after the candle has melted down.

Candy canes
There’s nothing that gets you in the Christmas spirit more than the all-time favorite candy cane. Although candy canes are traditionally red and white with a peppermint flavor, candy makers have come up with all sorts of crazy flavors over the years. Try mint chocolate, bubble gum, or fruity flavors such as strawberry, cherry, or banana split.

November 17, 2010   No Comments

Thanksgiving Recipes for 2010

Thanksgiving is always a time of year that people put pride into their cooking. They may use recipes passed down the generations from their great-grandmother, or they might just use recipes they find online or in recipe books. You have to have a turkey and grandma’s famous stuffing, and the family favorite green bean casserole. Of course, no Thanksgiving is complete without the pumpkin pie and the cranberry sauce either. We’re pleased to give you the top 5 Thanksgiving recipes of this year.

Stuffing
Your grandma probably made her stuffing from homemade bread. Your mom probably made hers with store-bought bread, croutons, or with store-bought mix. They both tasted just as good. You can make a delicious stuffing using day-old bread, cornbread, butter, finely chopped celery and onion, and seasonings. Stovetop stuffing is very easy to make and very good, but you will need proper pots, such as the set you can find here, . Melt the butter over the stovetop and sauté the onions and celery. You then chop up the breads into cubes and toast it in the oven, and mix the bread with the sautéed onions and celery and seasonings; moisten with chicken broth as necessary. Put this into a baking pan and bake at 350°F for about 45 minutes.

Turkey
The turkey is usually a big deal. Some people will take a whole week to prepare their turkey. Most people do not care for turkey and just throw it in the oven, but if you prepare your turkey right, you will have a very delicious juicy bird. You should start by soaking your turkey in brine overnight. This will help to make it more tender by absorbing salt and break proteins down. To make great brine, rub down the turkey in a cup of salt, place in a big pot, and cover with a gallon and a half of cold water. Add a lemon, an orange, and an onion, all cut into wedges. To this, add three cloves garlic, four bay leaves, a tablespoon of dried thyme, and tablespoon of ground black pepper. Let this sit in the refrigerator overnight. On the big day, take the turkey out, rinse it, and throw away the brine. Place in a roasting pan, such as the one you can find here here, brush with 1/4 cup of butter, and stuff with the stuffing.

Casserole and Cranberries
Two of the most overlooked dishes at a Thanksgiving dinner are often the best. These two dishes are the green bean casserole and the cranberry sauce. Green bean casserole is very simple to make, you just have to decide whether you want to use fresh green beans or canned beans. It is simply mixing a can of cream of mushroom soup with green beans, a little bit of onion, some milk, a dash of soy sauce, and some French’s French fried onions. Cranberry sauce can either be bought in a can, or you can make a traditional homemade sauce. This is a simple sauce made from 4 cups of cranberries, one cup of sugar, and 1 cup of water. You dissolve the sugar in the water, and then add the cranberries, and simmer for about 10 minutes. Some people add pecans, orange zest, cinnamon or blueberries. It is up to your preferences what you add. You will probably want a casserole dish though, and one that will look good on your table, such as this gorgeous white Corningware dish.

Pumpkin Pie
The best part of the dinner is the dessert. Of course, this is what pumpkin pie fanatics would say. Pumpkin pie a simple to make, whether you make it from a can or you make it from scratch. A simple delicious pumpkin pie can be made using a 15 ounce can of pumpkin, three fourths of a cup white sugar, 1-12 ounce can of evaporated milk, two eggs, a teaspoon of cinnamon, a half a teaspoon of salt and ground ginger each, 1/4 teaspoon of ground cloves. Don’t forget the whipped cream on top!

So this thanksgiving, cook up, eat up, get fat and be happy! Then it’s off to the gym again. But you won’t regret it with these delicious recipes.

November 10, 2010   No Comments

5 Things to Be Grateful for This Thanksgiving

There is so much to be grateful for this Thanksgiving.

1. I am grateful for fleece blankets. Coming in from the cold, nothing feels better than snuggling down on the couch watching television, wrapped in a warm fleece blanket. How did we ever live through a winter without these? They are the perfect size and the perfect amount of warmth for hours of cozy couch time, alone or with loved ones. No winter is complete without a few of these always available, laid over the back of the couch.

2. I am grateful for fuzzy ankle socks. These cover our tiny little toes when we must venture out from the safe comfort of our fleece blankets. Nothing defeats a cold, evil, hard tile floor than a warm pair of fuzzy ankle socks. These socks are modern-day armor against household chills. Slippers can get lost, but warm fuzzy socks are always right where you left them—on your feet.

3. I am grateful for scented candles. Some days are so cold that even vegging out on the couch seems too hard. The best cure is a warm bubble bath with aroma-therapeutic scented candles surrounding the bathtub. There is nothing like warm water and delicious scents to warm both the body and soul after a long day. Sometimes choosing a single scent works, while other times an interesting bouquet of assorted scents hits the spot.

4. I am grateful for Martha Stewart. No one needs to come up with the best Thanksgiving Day dinner on their own when cooking and decorating expert Martha Stewart is on the case. Relaxing after a hot bath with scented candles, laying on the couch in fuzzy slippers covered by a warm fleece blanket, you can pop in Martha Stewart’s Thanksgiving DVD and let her teach you how it’s done. Get everything from unique decorating ideas, to tips on making your turkey absolutely perfect. Good-bye, trial and error!

5. I am grateful for family. After all, without family, who would we snuggle on the couch under a fleece blanket with? Whose stocking would we sneak candy out of to munch under a fleece blanket? Who would we impress with a Martha Stewart-inspired Thanksgiving feast? Who but family would stress us out and make a relaxing, candle-scented bubble bath necessary? Thanksgiving is all about family.

Thanksgiving is definitely a great time to remember what we are grateful for. Here’s wishing us all a happy Thanksgiving.

November 3, 2010   No Comments

Top 5 Most Popular Christmas Gifts

It’s not easy to find a Christmas gift for the person who has everything. A lot of people are just hard to buy for, but that doesn’t mean you should give up and stuff coal in their stocking. If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas present for someone in your life, check out this list of the top five most popular Christmas gifts for inspiration.

Movies
Movies are one of the easiest Christmas presents to give. Blockbuster hits are a popular way of saying, “I don’t know what you really want for Christmas, so let’s just watch a movie.” DVDs are easy to wrap, inexpensive, and fun for both the gift-recipient and the gift-giver…if the gift-recipient is up for a movie night, that is. Just pay attention to his or her personal collection; independent films are often a safer bet, because people are less likely to already own them.

Flannel pajamas
During those chilly winter nights, flannel pajamas are the next best thing to a steaming cup of hot chocolate. Because they are a classic style, they’ll never go out of fashion, and they’ll last forever. You don’t have to stick to the red and black pajamas either; look for printed options or colorful fabrics that will best suit your friend or family member.

Gift baskets
Gift baskets are popular Christmas presents for teachers, older female relatives, and neighbors. For some reason, gift baskets full of body lotion, scented spray, and other pretty bottled liquids that will make your bathing experience more fun are popular Christmas gifts. Although giving someone a gift basket might be a not-so-subtle commentary on their personal hygiene, most people at least appreciate the pretty basket.

Candles
Who wants a candle when we have full access to electricity? The truth is, no one really asks for candles for Christmas, but particularly sweet smelling candles are versatile; they can make an appearance at the dinner table or in a romantic bedroom. The candles that come in glass jars are not only functional, they also double as a nice decoration after the candle has melted down.

Candy canes
There’s nothing that gets you in the Christmas spirit more than the all-time favorite candy cane. Although candy canes are traditionally red and white with a peppermint flavor, candy makers have come up with all sorts of crazy flavors over the years. Try mint chocolate, bubble gum, or fruity flavors such as strawberry, cherry, or banana split.

October 27, 2010   1 Comment

8 Halloween Props to Throw the Spookiest Monster Mash

1. Vampire Teeth
Adults and kids alike will get a kick out of walking around with these scary teeth giving you their best rendition of the phrase “I want to suck your blood” (said in a Transylvania accent of course). You can’t go wrong with this classic!

2. Human Skull
What Halloween party would be complete without a couple human skulls laying around? Besides, how else are you going to show your party guests that your house is a dangerous and scary place without this convincing prop?

3. Safety Strobe Clips
Clip these blinking lights on your kids to keep them safe while out trick or treating, or for a use targeted to adults, clip them on the guest who has had a little too much to drink so others can steer clear of the “deep” conversations!

4. Spider Webbing
There is no better way to make your less-than-scary landscaping resemble an old, decrepit haunted house than with a few well-placed cobwebs.

5. Halloween-Themed Cups
Novelty glasses with popular Halloween characters are the perfect way to get into the Halloween spirit. They also serve as party favors for your guests to take home!

6. Spooky Haunted House Caution Tape
Edge your lawn with this and tell your guests to look for the haunted house tape when trying to find their way at night. It also acts as an excellent deterrent for wondering zombies.

7. Halloween Mobile
Attach this overhead to add an extra hint of spooky to any room or use it as a “trick” over your “treats” making your guests dodge the bats to get a snack.

8. Halloween Leis
Quickly get your guests into the party spirit by giving them a lei at the door. Use them as a voting tool for the end of the night. Tell your guests to give their lei to the person with the best costume, whoever has the most leis at the end of the night wins!

September 29, 2010   No Comments

Great, Low Cost College Football Products

When searching for college football merchandise, it is sometimes hard to find products in a reasonable price range. Fortunately, DollarDays offers a wide range of wholesale college football merchandise for even the most rabid fan. Below are five of the best deals.

1. Three Foot by Five Foot Single Sided Alabama Flag
This flag offers Alabama students and fans an opportunity to fly their team’s logo high and proud. Made from high quality materials, it is well suited for display in a dorm room, home, or even a front porch. At three feet wide by five feet long, people are sure to recognize the Alabama Crimson Tide Elephant logo, even from a distance. At just over 16 dollars, this flag is a steal. It is available here: Alabama Flag

2. Small University of Virginia Logo Backpack
This backpack offers an opportunity to carry objects to class or on a hike while displaying school spirit. The Cavaliers logo contrasts nicely with the deep navy color of this scaled-down backpack. It is ideal for times when a full-sized backpack is too unwieldy or large. A convenient outside zippered pocket, an inside easy-access pouch, and padded shoulder straps make carrying this pack comfortable and convenient. At just 15 dollars, it won’t break the bank! Get it here: Cavaliers Backpack

3.LSU Carry-All Bag
This is a perfect carry-all for the avid female Tigers fan! Both durable and stylish, it is great for toting everything from books to makeup to class, the gym, or a night out. The LSU tigers logo is on proud display. Reinforced straps and a wide slip pocket on the exterior add comfort and convenience. At under 25 dollars, every LSU girl could use one of these: LSU Carry-All

4.Colorado Buffalo Key chain
This officially licensed key chain is a great way to always display school spirit. You use your keys every day, so why not boast about the greatness of your team while you’re at it? The CU Buffalo logo looks great against a Colorado Gold background. It is made of hard, clear plastic with a backer card. This key chain is ultra affordable at just 34 cents a piece or $4.08 for a whole case! You can get them here: Colorado Buffalo Key Chain

5. Little Earth Tote Bags
These handy totes are available in all team colors and with every team logo! No matter what team you root for, you can carry one of these great bags. These totes are great for carrying a vast array of objects. They are roomy enough for students to tote their books to and from class. They also make great beach, gym, or grocery bags. The possibilities are endless. They cost only five dollars a piece, but they are available for a limited time. So get them now, here: Tote Bags

September 27, 2010   No Comments

Grow Healthier Food and a Healthier Budget

The idea of providing fresh food for your family–dirt cheap–can become a reality for you. Not only can you save money over what you’d buy at a store, but your food will be more flavorful. Your fruits and vegetables will also be healthier for you, because you harvest them at their nutritional peak, and can avoid chemical sprays or fertilizers. Gardening can be a stress-relieving, inexpensive hobby, and, if you involve family or friends, provide satisfying time together.

Where to begin? With your taste buds. What fruits or vegetables do you like to eat? Your next step is to call a local gardening expert with questions of what grows well in your climate, what growing space requirements do individual plants have, and when is a good time to get seeds or plants into the ground. In the United States, county extension agents provide such advice free of charge, oftentimes online.

Some plants require lots of growing room to really flourish, others are beautifully suited to container gardening. Based upon what you’d like to grow, what room do you have available? A plant has only four basic requirements: sun, good soil, water, and an adequate growing temperature. How can you provide these four elements for your plants?

Once you’ve chosen the spot for your garden, prepare your soil for planting. Any plant can thrive if its roots can freely grow down into the dirt, and if it can readily find the nutrients it needs for growth. Buy some compost–bulk prices are cheaper than bagged–and toss it over the soil you’ll be working. Using a shovel or digging fork, mix the compost into the ground, and turn it over as you work. If you’re working with a container, make sure you blend in some top soil with your compost. When you finish, the compost will be mixed into the soil, and no large clumps of dirt will remain.

One word of caution: start small if you’re just starting out. Get a feel for how things work the first year; those extra seeds will keep just fine for next year if stored in a cool, dark, dry place. When you’re ready to branch out, consider planting more, or different types of plants. Experiment with succession planting: using that carefully prepared soil for growing more than one crop in the course of a season. You could even try growing your own starts from seed.

September 23, 2010   No Comments