Dal ka paani or Moong Dal Soup is one of the safest and most recommended first foods. It is easy to make and easy to digest for babies. For written recipe visit ...
Tips No. 93. Create your very own cocktail bar.If you love making cocktails and you already have a few mixers, glasses, and spirits scattered all over your kitchen, it’s time to organize them. And make the homemade cocktail bar. Exciting!A few essential spirits and liquors and a few mixers will do just fine. You will also need recipe book, shaker, strainer, stirring spoons, ice bucket, measuring cups and muddler. You will also need sugar cubes, cocktail skewers, cutting board, knife and pretty glasses. Designate a spot for your mini bar and jazz up your night with homemade cocktails!
Tips No. 155. Rolling cart for your bedroom.If you wonder how to live a more organized life, here’s a simple hack. Use a rolling chart in your bedroom!This amazing chart can be used as a bedside table. Consider buying the cart with a drawer so you can keep jewelry, keys, and other favorites well organized. This cart can also hide everyday clutter. The possibilities are endless, so be creative!
Tips No. 285. Use recycled storage – "monkey see, monkey do" method.Your little ones learn by the "monkey see, monkey do" method. So you have to set a good example. Teach your child that he/she doesn’t need stuff to be happy. Find a creative, cheap and fun way to stash and organize these necessities.Watercolor pens, pom poms, feathers, and other items are scattered all over the desk. Use empty coffee cans to store crafting items and declutter work area. Simply wrap these cans in a decorative paper of choice and arrange them on kids’ desk. Kids will be delighted! You can also repurpose old galvanized buckets.