Festival of Frugality Blog Carnival

I am proud to present this weeks Festival of Frugality blog carnivalround-up which I have really enjoyed hosting and looking at other blogs. Fanny presents Best Baby Bargains – 5 Places to Find Deals posted at Living Richly on a Budget. Jim presents Homemade Laundry Detergent Soap posted at Bargaineering. Meg presents How to Get […]

Help Wanted at Home Life Weekly

I am  looking for someone to help write and edit articles here on Home Life Weekly.   The type of  person I am looking for will need the following skills Enjoy writing about a wide range of subjects and sharing your knowledge relating to  home life. Are you enthusiastic passionate and caring? Can you write fluently […]

Odd Product Warning Labels

Here is list of strange warning labels wihich I found amusing which I thought I would share with you. My favourite is the Hair Coloring whats yours? Sleeping pills: Warning may cause drowsiness Packet of Nuts: Warning, contains nuts Hairdryer: Do not use while taking a shower Hair straightener: This product contains lead. Wash all […]

Alex of Home Life Weekly Gets Interviewed at Frugal Hacks

I was recently interviewed by Kim at Frugal Hacks here is how is what I had to say:- Why do you blog? I blog because the internet is a great sources of information and enjoyment, I thought it was time to give something back any way I could hence Home Life Weekly. Also I was […]

How to Make Homemade Rosemary-Mint Mouth wash

Ingredients:2 1/2 cups distilled or mineral water 1 tsp fresh mint leaves 1tsp rosemary leaves 1 tsp anise seeds Directions: Boil the water, add herbs and seeds, infuse for 20 minutes. Cool, strain and use as a gargle/mouth wash. If you wish to make up a larger quantity, double or triple the recipe then add […]

How to Easily Grow Parsley

Parsley originally came from Sardinia, but has been widely cultivated in many other countries. Parsley is a very hardy perennial herb that seeds itself easily and over winters well. Parsley prefer well worked and damp soil, with partial shade. Plant seeds in early spring, around 1/2″ deep, and a foot apart. If purchasing plants, they […]

How to Fix a Squeaky Drawer

This can certainly be an annoying thing to deal with. So how do you fix it? If it’s an older design, where wood is going to rub on wood, there’s a simple solution. Wax. Dig out some crayons, and color in the parts that have obviously been rubbing. Problem solved. For a more recent design, […]

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