The hardwood floors were dusted then washed. While doing that I noticed a spot on the side riser of the stairs that needed a paint touch up. Out came my little touch up kit so that was taken care of. Since the sun was bright I also noticed a couple of scratches on the walls. They are no longer.
The other small project was cleaning out the bin under the sink. I've been a bit lax in keeping that organized. The biggest change I made was combining two packs of Swiffer cloths into one baggie and labeling it. How surprising it was to see how much room doing that one thing freed up.
|Before being organized.|
|The two empty bags and the new|
space saving set up for the
floor dust cloths.
|All done and organized!|
While the car dealer did the inspection they also washed the car and put windshield washer in it. While they were doing that, I had a manicure done and made a cup of coffee while I waited. I also tried out the massage chair, but got up when it closed in on my ankles. No thank you. I'll rub my own feet.
Before going home I stopped at Wal Mart to grab five other ibotta rebate items. Any bacon had a .75 cent rebate. When I got home I made a BLT sandwich for dinner. The rest of it will get separated into packs of three and frozen.
Other rebates were onions (.25), bananas (.25), any boxed mac and cheese (.25), and ultra thin cheese slice (.75) After a little over one week I have collected 21.00. Keep in mind I pass up most offers because I don't use the items.
My plan is to collect cash until close to Christmas, add my swagbucks gift cards and my credit card points, combine them and use amazon for gifts I send up North. (With free shipping)
What have you accomplished this week? I'd be interested in hearing because I learn from what other women do. As an example I watched a video yesterday where the woman put peppermint oil in her floor wash water as well as sprays it around the perimeter of her rooms. I never would have though of that. Or a comment left by a dear reader mentioned I could use a fuchsia plant with my fern. One is never too old to learn new things. Thriving on new knowledge keeps me young at heart.