Friday, November 4, 2016

Lea's Favorites


And, here it is the first Friday of November, geez, 2016 will be over before we know it. In the meantime, let me share some of my favorites with you and who knows, they may become a favorite of yours as well.
If you are an Essential Oil user then you need to know about this diffuser.  It is waterless and wireless.  Yep, it's the "bee's knee" of diffusers as far as I'm concerned.  I had never heard of them and someone mentioned to me that there were waterless diffusers, so I began researching to find out about them.  This one had rave reviews and of course, I ordered it off of Amazon.  It holds a single charge about 30-36 hours and it comes with a 5ml bottle to hold the oil.  And, it is so small but works amazingly and allows for the purest form of oil diffusing.  I think it is worth every penny of it's $63.99 cost.

Yes, this is a dust mop, one sort of like my Mom used when I was growing up. ~a long time ago~  After we moved in our new house I was looking for something to help with keeping our Acacia wood floors dust free.  I found this dust mop on Amazon ~of course~ and I love it.  It is wool and they recommended you use the Fuller Duster Spray with it.  So, I ordered the two and have been most pleased.  I especially like the mop for getting in the crevices, below cabinets, behind furniture, under furniture and a quick run across the floor.  I find it to be much better than a swiffer.  Some things just cannot be improved upon. NOTE: when I spray my mop with the Duster spray I then rub it in to the mop fibers so it is more evenly distributed. 

And, while we're talking about cleaning, let me tell you about these amazing cloths.   They are great for window cleaning, leaving them clean, sparkly and no streaks.  I used them on mine in recent days and was just amazed.  It's so much easier than spraying a window cleaner and then wiping it off with a paper towel or cloth.  This is much shorter work for sure.  I used it for mirrors as well.  And, just as you guessed it, they can be bought on Amazon.  They are washable but you can't dry them and then you can reuse them again. I wonder who in the world comes up with items such as this? Someone with a lot of time on their hands and a brilliant mind no doubt.


Okay, have you ever heard of Skinny Syrup? It's sugar free and was like finding a pot of gold for me.  I LOVE flavored coffee but I don't want the calories of the flavored creamers. ~about 60 calories per tablespoon~   And, I don't want to always have to buy the flavored coffee pods. So, Skinny Syrup is my answer.  I found these at Tuesday Morning this week for $3.99 a bottle and grabbed them and have not been disappointed.  These will feed my craving for flavored coffee whenever the urge hits me.  And, I haven't checked, but I'm betting Amazon has these too.
I love all the quotes and sayings you can find today.  The one above caught my eye immediately as I so agree with what it says. I'm not a "dilly dallier" in any sense of the word. ~chuckle~   I left without it in my possession and have regretted that.  I think I've found a spot in an out of the way place to hang a few of these but I had not thought of that when I saw this one. ~shucks~  

I leave you with this..........


Lea
Lea

Hi there! My name is Lea. I've been wife to the best Hubby for 44 years....Mom to a son and daughter....CiCi to 4 precious Grans....lover of family and friends....enjoy laughter and a good time....shopper....picture taking maniac....maker of delicious fudge....organizational enthusiast....memory maker....Southern Belle...and most importantly.....a Child of the King! Welcome to my little corner!

10 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tips:) I love sweet coffee and would like to try that syrup. Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!

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  2. Those cloths for windows and mirrors sound wonderful! I am interested in the syrups too. I'll have to visit Tuesday Morning soon. Hope your weekend is lovely.

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  3. That mop looks amazing! I didn't even know you could still get Fuller products. I use to sell them. Well actually I barely sold any :) Fun post.

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  4. That cloth sounds great. Nothing like washing windows, just to see streaks on them later. And I bet you could find a sign similar on Etsy, maybe?! Have a great weekend! :)

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  5. I like reading reviews. I think your mop looks great and, if I had wood floors, I'd be going that route.

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  6. I am going to have to order one of those diffusers. Love the last pic of you. Have a great weekend.

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  7. I have similar cloths, but a different brand-I love how easy they make window cleaning. You've shared some great products-thank you so much.
    May your week be blessed.
    Noreen

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  8. That dust mop looks very interesting, going right now to order one! Have a great week.

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  9. You totally got my attention on those cloths for window and mirror cleaning. Sounds soo good. I am definitely going to give those a try. And I intend to tell my daughter about that mop. Thanks for all the tips. Have a good week!

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  10. I am going to have to check the diffuser and skinny syrups for sure! Have a blessed week!

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