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I'm a single mom who has recently medically retired from an awesome career. Since I am no longer working, I have been searching the internet for ways to save money on everything. I like getting tips about cleaning and making housekeeping easier since my health limits me to what I can do each day. My children are my pride and joy. They are in elementary school, are excellent students and play sports. They keep me going on days when I don't feel like going.

October 14, 20090 found this helpful
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I am a retired therapist for adoptive/foster children. This is common in children when we are not sure of their history. If they had been abused they may be experiencing flashbacks or fears which can lead to wetting. Or, it may be developmental. Age 6 is a common age for wetting accidents and they usually grow out of it. There is a medication, DDAVP, that is used for bedwetting. It is very effective with no side effects. We used this a lot for foster children and saw a lot of success. It can be prescribed from the pediatrician and can slow or stop the bedwetting, no matter what the cause is. Good luck.

September 18, 20090 found this helpful

I use Goo Gone for this and it works well. You can get Goo Gone at any store and it removes grease, glue residue, icky sticky stuff.

September 18, 20090 found this helpful

I shake my clothes out before putting them into the dryer and the clothes are not wrinkled when done. Before I started shaking them out, I would always have something that had been thrown into the dryer in a ball and would come out wrinkled and damp. It is a very good idea to shake first.

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