The Cleaner Guy Cleans Dining Room

Posted by Pam Young

Apr 8, 2019 6:34:00 AM

In this video, The Cleaner Guy (Jeffrey Jones) shows you how to clean Zone One, the dinning room and entryway. We're following the Flylady Flight Plan (which is the Zone Plan my sister, Peggy, and I developed and gave permission to Flylady to use on her website. So if you get the flight plan every day from her, you know we're now in Week One/ Zone One which is the dining room and entryway.







Watch The Cleaner Guy cleaning my dining room. By the way, did you notice, he used a Shark Vacuum Cleaner? It's the best vacuum cleaner I've ever used...EVER! It's like those Shark people looked into everything wrong with vacuum cleaners and made theirs a PERFECT machine. If you're in the market for a new vacuum cleaner, you just can't go wrong with a Shark. Click on my home and it'll take you right to the one I bought and I'll get a little money for telling you about it.  


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Topics: How to Clean Videos

Sugar-Free Easter

Posted by Pam Young

Apr 5, 2019 5:01:29 PM



Did you know the Easter Bunny is going low-carb?

It may not look that way at Walmart, but it’s true. As an alternative to candy, he’s filling the hollow eggs with notes of appreciation, motivation and inspiration and you can do it too.

You know how we all love fortune cookies, well your kids will love hunting for eggs and getting note-after-note of encouragement, fun activities and surprises in the eggs they find.

Your dentist will be happy too! (Well, we hope so anyway.)


Here’s the list we got from the Big Bunny:

        This coupon is good for a foot rub.
        This coupon is good for a back rub.
        This note is good for one download on iTunes.
        This coupon is good for a book, next time we go shopping.
        Your laughter makes us happy.


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Topics: Raising Children, Tools for Moms, Fitness

Let's Play Listen to the Radio

Posted by Pam Young

Apr 4, 2019 4:50:26 PM

Going through my archives, I found a whole bunch of blogs I recorded for those who like to listen while they work. (While listening to this one, you could be productive with your hands, like clean out a drawer, fold a load of laundry or clean out your purse.) I called these blogs "Young at Heart." This one's about my disorganization when it comes to taking care of maintenance on my car. I hope you enjoy it! I have more if you enjoy listening, so let me know. 

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Topics: Organization, get organized

A Message for Kids from the House Fairy

Posted by Pam Young

Apr 3, 2019 5:17:55 PM




Do  you ever wish your kids would simply hang up clothes or put them in the laundry rather than dropping them on the floor or tossing them over a chair?

If your kids are three to ten, the House Fairy can help you help your kids get chores done and get out to play.

Watch this short video and see if they like what the House Fairy has to say about helping Mom and Dad.

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Topics: De-Cluttering, Raising Children, Being a Mom, House Fairy Videos

How to Win the Clutter War

Posted by Pam Young

Apr 1, 2019 1:49:05 PM


4 Steps to Win


Are you always arguing with your mate over a messy house?
Do you think clutter control would help? Would you guys stop arguing if this problem were solved?

If you answered yes to these questions, I might be able to help! I must warn you I’m not a marriage counselor and I am on my second marriage, but I have learned some successful spatting strategies in the 45 years I’ve been married and you just might find them helpful.

My ideas will work for many kinds of fights, but to illustrate my strategies, I decided to pick a fight that’s common among couples; clutter. The underlying cause of couple’s clutter conflicts is my-stuff vs your-stuff which is the most common cause of a bout about clutter. One sees his stuff as his stuff and the other guy’s stuff as clutter and it works the other way around. It’s a blame game and couples have been playing it since Adam and Eve argued about whose leaf was whose that got left on the ground and who ate the apple and threw the core on the floor.

Common, clutter clashes ignite when stuff gets lost, stuff gets left out, stuff gets thrown out, stuff gets wrecked, stuff gets dirty and stuff gets stuffed just to get it out of the way.

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Topics: De-Cluttering, Happiness, Relationships

When You Said, "I DO," Did You Know How Much Had to be done?

Posted by Pam Young

Mar 31, 2019 6:03:00 AM



If you’re a mom you have the most valuable job in the world.  



You are raising citizens of the United States of America (or put in the name of the country where you live). Unfortunately being a mom is not held in as high regard as it should be.

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Topics: Being a Mom

Slob Sisters Show Save Money on a Gift Basket

Posted by Pam Young

Mar 29, 2019 6:38:00 AM



With just a little creativity, you can put together a gift basket that'll save you money. 

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How to Cut Up a Whole Chicken

Posted by Pam Young

Mar 28, 2019 2:10:40 PM




Why buy whole chickens, instead of chicken parts? First, you save a lot of money. Second, you don't waste our valuable resources because you can use the whole chicken. Watch this video and you'll be a whole-chicken-buying convert.


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Attention Women Using the OMSI Voice

Posted by Pam Young

Mar 27, 2019 12:12:48 PM



What's the OMSI voice? OMSI stands for Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. The voice is a voice you hear women use with their young children, in public (at museums, in grocery stores, in the park), to elicit admiration from those in earshot. The Slob Sisters demonstrate the voice on a popular Portland, Oregon television show. 

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The Moles are Back

Posted by Pam Young

Mar 26, 2019 6:14:00 AM

When you get mole hills in your yard it means you have good soil. Moles are carnivores and they're after worms and worms love good soil. Connect the dots. This video will show you how to take advantage of those little hill makers.

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