Welcome to the Dyson Housewarming Giveaway event. This took months in the making and Mom to Bed by 8 and the Iowa Mom are proud to bring you this fantastic home essential and offer you the chance to win one too! I am so jealous because this vacuum looks amazing and I wish I could win one for myself!! Big thank you to our lovely co-hosts How to Have It All, Mark Your Savings and GiveAway Bandit.
Delivering 220 airwatts of suction power, this canister vacuum cleaner features advanced Level 3 Root Cyclone technology to ensure thorough, efficient cleaning with no clogging or loss of suction. It also offers a TurbineHead brush bar that’s ideal for cleaning medium and short pile carpets and can be turned off for hard floors. Certified asthma and allergy friendly by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, the unit expels air that contains up to 150 times less mold and bacteria than common breathing air thanks to the vacuum’s money-saving, lifetime washable HEPA filter. Plus, Dyson’s Bactisafe screen traps and kills bacteria, mold and allergens on contact, preventing them from re-entering the air.
The Telescopic Wrap System allows the hose and wand to be compressed, and ensures that the Dyson DC23 can be stored away neatly and compactly, with no loose components or wires to get tangled. It comes with a stair tool for focusing on dust and dirt from stairs and stair carpets, a brush tool with long bristles to dislodge cobwebs and for delicate cleaning, and a high-velocity airflow crevice tool that’s ideal for cleaning base boards, picture frames and in-between furniture. Other features include a clear bin with 0.44-gallon capacity, 21.6-foot cord length, and easy-to-maneuver fixed wheels. The vacuum measures 13.9 x 19.3 x 11.9 inches (HxWxD) and weighs 19.5 pounds. The Dyson DC23 TurbineHead is backed by a 5-year warranty.
Open to worldwide, ages 18+. Giveaway ends on June 15th.
Never before did I think that I would be excited to share a product that cleans dishes but you all have to try this product! Palmolive Fresh Sponge Concentrated Dish Liquid is amazing! When I got it in the mail with a sponge I shuddered because I hate using sponges. They are fine at first but after a week or so they start to smell and then when you use it your hand smells and that is just disgusting. Apparently someone else thought so as well because Palmolive came out with a dish soap that not only cleans dishes but freshens your sponge at the same time!
After using this product for a few weeks I can tell you that it works amazingly well. It cleans dishes as expected but also makes my sponge smell fresh and fruity and nothing like a used sponge normally smells like after it’s been used on dirty dishes. I would recommend this product to anyone who likes the convenience of washing their dishes with sponges but doesn’t like the odor that goes along with them.
(Disclosure: I received Palmolive dish soap and a sponge to try this product out but all thoughts are my own.)
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I am not a homemaker. I have been fine with this, even joking about it, until recently. After reading other “stay-at-home mom” blogs in the past weeks I’ve begun to feel guilty and I’ve realized that I really could be doing more than I do. Before a couple weeks ago I rarely cleaned and I almost never cooked. One of my goals for 2009 that I shared with my mom’s group was to “cook once a week”. It’s not that we eat out all the time (though we probably do that more often than we should), it’s that I eat a tv dinner or something else easy to make or Sinisa cooks when he comes home from work. I really am going to try to make an effort to cook more this year. This is my next step in becoming more “domesticated” (is that even a word?)
Right now though, my focus is on keeping my house “company ready”. Before I could never just invite people over when I felt like it because I always had to “prepare” my home for visitors. For the first time this past weekend I was on the phone with someone and said “why don’t you come on over?”. Let me tell you how great it felt to be able to say that. Granted it was only family (my sister in law) but before I had never felt comfortable enough to say that and the thought of someone coming over unannounced gave me anxiety. Even though my house has stayed clean, I am not following my “daily” and “weekly” lists that I made for myself so that is one area I would like to improve on.
I’m off to get some things accomplished now. My to-do list for tonight includes:
-Putting laundry away that’s in the dryer
-Going through my email inbox and deleting some old emails (my inbox has over 3500 emails in it!) My goal is to delete 500 tonight…
-Write up a monthly budget (or at least start it)
-Post some pictures of Jacob on facebook
Of course I also am going to watch tv, including the Bachelor. Should be interesting tonight because it’s the “women tell all” episode…