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Blackout Curtain Hack | Happy Mum Happy Child

NO SEWING REQUIRED!

Kids can’t sleep because light is streaming through the curtains?  Can’t afford blackout curtains?  Check out these two hacks that I’ve found extremely useful:

1.  VELCRO THE CURTAIN TO THE WALL

Using one half of the velcro sticker on the curtains, and…

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Added by Maria Foy on June 9, 2015 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment

No Power? No Problem!

Recently we had some powerful storms rip through the area, causing widespread blackouts. Contrary to popular belief, losing electricity isn’t all that bad. Depending on how long it’s lost for, of course!

Some of the "upsides" to going without power I found were:

  • Having an excellent excuse to make a meal out of ice cream.
  • Enjoying all the candlelight
  • Not feeling the need to check my social networking sites/emails/etc because I…
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Added by Yang Mommy on July 27, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments

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