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This week’s question: What’s the best housekeeping, gardening or interior design tip your mom taught you?

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124 Responses

  1. Andrea says:

    Make your bed everyday!!

  2. Jennifer says:

    Don't be afraid of color inside or out.

  3. @SusieQuips says:

    My mom taught me that gardening is a soulful experience. It is very rewarding and a labor of love.

  4. LSCR says:

    Mix heights and textures in the garden for visual interest

  5. Lisa says:

    My mother taught me the art of rock gardening — how to make a big impact with small plants.

  6. Dana says:

    My mom always taught me that accent walls are a great way to add color to any room.

  7. Jeremy says:

    elbow grease. basically do the best you can do in all of the chores! ;)

    i love you, mom.

  8. MegYArnold says:

    My mom taught me how to clean the bathroom well, now I really like it done just right, clean and bright :D So I always have to do it myself :D

  9. Heather says:

    how to quickly, safely, and easily get rid of fruit flies. I use that recipe all the time in the spring/summer/fall!

  10. Joan Maddox says:

    Coffee grounds and egg shells … one woman's trash is another worm's treasure!

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