The Power of Multipurpose Products

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  1. Agreed! I never thought I needed the bigger phone, I decided to try the iPhone 6 Plus and I haven’t even touched by iPad as a consequence. Great device!

  2. Baking soda is my go to multi purpose… Cleaning, baking, freshening laundry, etc.

  3. NutmegsMom says:

    I like to use Virgin Coconut Oil on my face, body for skincare and oil-pulling for oral care (when I make the time for oil-pulling). I especially like using it on my scalp and hair prior to shampooing it out. I only use it on my face during the Fall, Winter, and early Spring months; my facial skin is combination and it gets too slick in the later Spring and Summer months. Now that I read about Black Chicken from your post, I’m exploring that skincare line as well.

    1. Ah how could we forget about coconut oil? Great suggestions! The Black Chicken Deodorant Paste has made a huge difference. You won’t regret it.

  4. Hi there!
    It’s a good point about the phone! Mine is of normal size, but it is still my main tool for Internet. I don’t blog, I just read them, so the small screen works just fine. For some tasks I need to use my husbands laptop (once a week or so). So one laptop and two phones are all we need.

    Oh, also, my coffee cup is so big that I can use it for food also, and I do, daily. So a bowl and a cup in one.

    I’ve been thinking of getting some “bigger/longer” underpants, like shorts or boxers or what-they’re-called, that would also serve as home-pants 🙂 🙂 without me looking too naked. So that I could just put my jeans on, my jacket on and go outside. I don’t like having jeans or other big-thick pants on when I’m at home, it’s uncomfortable.
    Hope it’s not too weird 🙂 🙂

    1. I love the idea of having an oversized cup! Will definitely have to try that out.

      It looks like you have a few handy multipurpose tools in your household. Thanks for sharing.

      PS – not weird at all – I hate wearing jeans at home 🙂