How To Make Your Own Laundry Soap

I use this laundry Soap a lot as well as X-tra Laundry Soap, these are the only 2 laundry Soaps that I have found that my youngest Son will not break out from. He was doing pretty good with the Purex but then started to break out from it after I kept using it. He takes after his father with his allergies to laundry soap. I love making my own as I make a 5 gallon Pail that lasts for about 3 months of laundry that was with washing 8 people’s clothing daily at the time. Now it lasts me even longer with it being less people. I like to call my homemade laundry soap my slime! It has that look to it of the slime almost and I have to say that I love that it can keep up with my 5 year old and his stains! I find that if I make it before the kids get up or when they go to bed it’s a lot easier! I don’t have Mom, Mom, MoM, coming at me while I’m trying to measure things out. lol

I know that a lot of people grate the Fels Naptha bars of soap, However, I do not do this, I leave the bar whole. I put it in the water and let it dissolve on the stove. It comes out the same as if you Grate it. I have tried it both ways and just do it the less work way. lol

Here is what You will need:

* 1 box of Arm & Hammer washing soda
* 1 Bar Fels Naptha (Find it in the laundry aisle) Or Any Bar Soap that you normally use for showers works as well.
* 1 Box of Borax

- A five gallon bucket with a lid
- Three gallons of tap water
- A big spoon to stir the mixture with
- A measuring cup

Step 1~ Put 4 Cups of Water into a Pan, with your bar of soap, turn the heat to high and stir as it melts. You will see it turning the water to whatever color your bar of soap is. Let the whole bar of soap melt down and then your going to turn off the heat. You will have a pan full of soapy water.

Step 2~ I put in 3 gallons of Hot Water into my 5 Gallon Bucket. Then I pour in my Hot Soap Water from my pan. I then measure out 1 Cup of Washing Soda and mix it in the bucket with the soapy water till it dissolves. I then add 1/2 Cup of Borax and mix it up again till it dissolves. When this is done and it has all dissolved I put the lid on the soap and let it sit for 24 hours to set. Then I use 1 cup of the laundry soap per load to wash the clothes. I do take a little bit of it on my son’s really stained clothes and rub it in before the stain sets so that it will get out the stains.

How To Weatherize a Mobile Home

I’m doing the weatherization of a Mobile home in a different post as anyone who lives in a Mobile home or Double Wide knows that these are a whole different creature when it comes to weatherizing.

Now when you do a couple of things they will be the same as weatherizing a house. Such as insulating the windows and Doors and the AC units will be the same. After that then things are different.

* Windows and Doors- These can cause some problems for losing heat in your home. How can you make sure you won’t lose heat through this area of your home?

* A good 20-50 year Silicone Caulk will help seal up areas.

* Compression weather-stripping is used to seal swinging doors and window sashes.

* –V-shaped weather-stripping is fitted against the side of the door or window jamb so it presses against the edge of the door or sash and forms a seal. V-stripping may be vinyl or bronze.

* Foam weather-stripping is used to seal either swinging or sliding doors or windows.

* Thresholds and Door Bottoms–A threshold fills the gap between the floor and the bottom of a door. It may have a built-in vinyl bulb. If not, it must be used in combination with a door bottom mounted on the lower edge of the door.

All of these weatherization products will help to keep old man winter from making your heating bills to sky high.

Air Conditioner Units- If they are left in all year round then you will need to weatherize them so that your heat is not escaping through the unit. I like to make sure that mine are WELL insulated so that I will not have problems with the unit the following summer as well.

* Pink Insulation form boards
* Silver insulation sheets
Duct tape (Love my Duct tape!)
* Air Conditioner cover

Now I first use the Silver insulation sheet to cover the AC unit as it’s a tighter fit to the unit. I then measure the pink foam board and make a box with it to go around the unit and I duct tape both in place one over the other. Then I attach the Air Conditioner cover and tie it down over the top of the insulation. Then of course I like to Duct tape the edges so that it’s not being lifted by the cold winter air. This gives me 3 layers of protection for my unit. I do not have leaks in the winter and it is still solid as a rock come spring. Which I then place it in the shed so that I can reuse it the next winter.

* Your vents on your roof for the kitchen, bathroom, fireplace and so on. You will want to Caulk around them as they can let a lot of heat escape. Having this extra protection on there could save you more then you like to think. You will want to Silicone them either before or after putting the coats on the roof.

Your Roof:- Most mobile home roofs and floors are already insulated, but the cavities are often only partly filled. Filling these areas can save up to 20 percent of your heating cost. Now to have insulation blown in your roof and under your home you will need a professional to do this. I have opted to do two things that have saved on heating. Installing the long strips of pink insulation under it and then applying the long strips of the Silver insulation over the top to add more insulation and so that heat will not escape under the mobile home.

This can be done by you and no need for a professional. Now you do have to watch where your water pipes are and check them BEFORE installing the insulation or the insulation will just hold the water and do you no good as an insulator.

Now the roof you will need to put at least 2 coats of a water based Coat sealer. You can do this with a paint roller and the sealer. I suggest going with the white if at all possible as you don’t want the black for the summer months as it draws the heat into the home! Then you will be running your A/C or Central Air more to cool the house in the summer months! (always think ahead to all seasons) The sealer can only be applied in weather temps of above 50° F / 10° C. This will help to prevent any leaking during the winter months.

Plumbing- You will want to check your connectors and pipes by the main as those are usually the first to go. You do NOT want those to go during the winter months or any time really. However, the winter is worst because they have to shut off the water to the whole park and you risk you and all your neighbors freezing their pipes up because you didn’t check your plumbing. Doesn’t make for friendly neighbors. :(

If you do have a leak with a connector or pipe that is leading to the main call and let the park manager know so that the water can be shut off and it can be repaired while it is still nice out and no one is worrying about their pipes freezing. This will make for a much better living environment. I would suggest that if there is an elderly person in the park who you know can’t afford to get someone in or get under their home that you supply your services as well. Why? Well, it will be a great neighborly thing to do BUT again it will save you from getting your water shut off in the middle of winter and risking your pipes as well. They will greatly appreciate your offer.

Heating tape- If your house has a tendency to freeze up during the cold months now is the time to install heating tape! There are many different choices in this product. I do NOT suggest going with the cheapest price out there. This could cause a disaster in the winter that your NOT going to want to wake up to.

Heating tape runs anywhere from $24-$300 Now, some stores mark up the prices on the heat tape as they know your going to need it so shop around to get the best price. If you find a sale RUN don’t walk to get it because it WILL be gone! If you do not have a plug-in under your home be sure to get a solid heavy winter extension cord to plug in at the nearest outlet.

I will suggest the pipe insulation tubes as well BEFORE using heat tape. This gives it added protection if your heat tape malfunctions. Also always leave your hot water dripping in all the sinks and tubs so that you keep the water flow going and are less likely to freeze up.

Detouring furry pests- In the winter months they like to find new homes that are warm. My theory if your not paying rent I’m Evicting you! Not to mention HATE THEM! :(

So to detour them from entering make sure that you have no holes in the bottom of the home where they can sneak in. Silicone caulk around pipes going into the house, make sure there is no entrance by your furnace, stove, Washer/Dryer and water heater for them to sneak in at because both are warm areas. You can also place 2-3 boxes of Tom Cat Bait Blocks under your home and that sure helps with detouring them as well.

Skirting under house- I like to put sheets of the silver insulation around the outer edge of the skirting to block extra strong winds from coming in. You will then also want to make sure that all of your skirting is securely locked into place and in the correct track so that when the snow comes it’s not pushing all of your skirting away from the home. If it does you then have your added blockage with the silver insulation till you can get it back in the track.

These are some of the things you can do to winterize your mobile home or Double wide from Jack Frost.

DIY Birthday Party Pinata

Tangled Pinata 2

It’s Party time! There are a lot of different piñata’s you can chose from at the stores, but they may not have the theme that your looking for. If you trying to keep a Birthday Party cost down, this is a great way to help keep them down. There are always so many reasons that we want to make our own projects. I wanted to show you how to make your own DIY pinata for any party or event that you have coming up. You could also make one of them for the holidays, and do more of a theme around.

Materials:

* 8 Purple Sheets Of Tissue Paper

* 8 Pink Sheets Of Tissue Paper

* 1 Cardboard Box with the dimensions that you would like, you don’t want the height of the box over 7″ for a birthday party, It’s the perfect height. The width you will want to measure with the object you will be using as the focal point. You do not want a really thick box or a really thin box, other wise the kids won’t be able to break it or it will break right away and crush the candy when hit. A regular cardboard box without double layers will work well. (No shiny sides as the glue doesn’t stick as well)

* Clear Packing Tape

* Elmers Glue

* For the character or theme of the party you can use a Matching Plate that you will use at the party or you can use a helium balloon with the character on it that is not blown up

Steps for making your Pinata:

Step 1: You will want to cut 4 sheets of each colored tissue paper for your pinata. You will unfold the 4 sheets, then take 2 sheets at a time, and cut them 1 1/2 to 2 inch strips. When you have cut all the strips, you will then cut half cuts into the strip to make the strips into the fringe like look for the pinata.

Step 2: You will want to figure out which way you would like your pinata to hang. Then put two holes for your thick twine or yarn to hold the rope that you will use to pull the pinata so that the children can hit it. You will put two holes on each side and string it through and tie it so that it’s strong enough to support the rope. Once you have your twine or yarn in place then use the Packing tape to close the flaps on your box.

Step 3: Cut a slit into the side of the box, you will want to make 2 more slits so that you have a part of the box that will lift up so you can stuff the candy inside. Just like is shown below. You will want to make the slit at the top of your cardboard box.
It will not matter if your going to make a square or triangle pinata. You will still go through the same steps and just put the pinata the way you want it when your finished. You will do the front and back of your pinata first.

box slit 1

Step 4: You will start with any corner that you want in the front of your Pinata. Take one of your strips, hold it up to the box and cut it where it will only over lap the sides a little bit then cut it there. You will add Elmer’s glue to the strip where the slits are not at. Then apply it to your box at the tip of the corner as shown. Then continue to rotate the colors till your 1/4 of the way down as shown.

corner of box for pinata

Step 5: Then move to the next corner and repeat till you have all the corners complete. Don’t worry if you go into the sides of the pinata we will fix those later. You can use your Plate or Balloon as a guide to see how far down you would like to go down for your corners. Once your corners are complete you will go to the open areas between your corners and again fill in the area rotating colors so that you cover all the areas. Leave the area where your Balloon or Plate will go blank for now.

pinata corners amomsparadise

Step 6: When you start on the back of your Pinata, you will start on the top and just keep rotating the colors all the way to the bottom of the pinata. The Longer areas you will need to use a strip and a 1/2 to 2 strips to cover the area using the same colors.

Step 7: You will now work on the sides of your pinata. If you have over lapped your strips on the side. They will be dry now. So you can lift them up a little and cut off the excess so that you can fill in the sides of the pinata and they will lay flat.

Step 8: You will want to start on the side where your slit is for the candy to go in the pinata. Start to rotate your strips on the side away from you. When you are to your slit you will use smaller strips in front of the slit then cut strips that will cover the opening and give it room to move up and down. so before you glue your first one on. Hold it tight onto the opening and make sure it won’t break when your opening and closing your opening. If it does break then use a little longer piece. To save you time use that piece as a template for the rest of your strips so you won’t have to measure each strip. Then glue the strips with rotating colors.

Step 9: You will now finish the other sides of your pinata in the same way that you did the side with the slit. Your pinata is now complete with all your strips.

Step 10: If your using a helium balloon you will cut the balloon to use in the middle of your pinata and just use the top character part of the balloon to add to your pinata. If your using a Plate that matches your theme you won’t need to cut it at all. You will now add glue around the outer edge and center of the object you are using. Then put it into place and smooth it out.

Tangled Pinata 2

Step 11: This is the last step for completing your pinata. If you have space around your balloon or plate that is showing your cardboard box then rotate strips to fill them in. Once this step is complete, you will want to take strips to cover the edges of your plate or balloon. Take your strip and measure around the outer edge. You can use smaller strips if it’s easier for you, and then go all the way around the outer edge. You will want to use the light color as the first layer around the edge and then cover the light color with a darker color so that the glue won’t show. Your pinata is now complete, it’s ready for your party! Just fill with candy once it is completely dry, use the packing tape to close the slit and your ready for the kids to have a great time with their pinata!

Time to Weatherize The House for Winter

It’s time to start to weatherize your home so that your ready for those cold months. I have to say living in Wisconsin it gets darn cold here on many days and we get a TON of snow as well. So you want to be ready when Jack Frost starts to nip and make sure that your home is ready to be warm without leaks letting your heat escape.

There are many ways to do this and for low cost as well. I will be locating rebates for you to get different supplies to weatherize your home. If you were reading last month there was a rebate for Dap silicone caulk to get you started on your way. (That rebate has ended now) Many of your hardware stores, Menards, Lowes and other stores are going to be having some great deals coming up on weatherizing products. As those become available I will be posting them so that you can get your home ready. I will be joining you in getting ours ready as well so that we are warm and toasty this winter and keeping our heating bills in check.

Today I wanted to take a moment to go over a check list of what are some of the areas that will be needing some attention.

Where do you lose the most heat?

* Windows and Doors- These can cause some problems for losing heat in your home. How can you make sure you won’t lose heat through this area of your home?

* A good 20-50 year Silicone Caulk will help seal up areas.

* Compression weather-stripping is used to seal swinging doors and window sashes.

* –V-shaped weather-stripping is fitted against the side of the door or window jamb so it presses against the edge of the door or sash and forms a seal. V-stripping may be vinyl or bronze.

* Foam weather-stripping is used to seal either swinging or sliding doors or windows.

* Thresholds and Door Bottoms–A threshold fills the gap between the floor and the bottom of a door. It may have a built-in vinyl bulb. If not, it must be used in combination with a door bottom mounted on the lower edge of the door.

All of these weatherization products will help to keep old man winter from making your heating bills to sky high.

Air Conditioner Units- If they are left in all year round then you will need to weatherize them so that your heat is not escaping through the unit. I like to make sure that mine are WELL insulated so that I will not have problems with the unit the following summer as well.

* Pink Insulation form boards
* Silver insulation sheets
Duct tape (Love my Duct tape!)
* Air Conditioner cover

Now I first use the Silver insulation sheet to cover the AC unit as it’s a tighter fit to the unit. I then measure the pink foam board and make a box with it to go around the unit and I duct tape both in place one over the other. Then I attach the Air Conditioner cover and tie it down over the top of the insulation. Then of course I like to Duct tape the edges so that it’s not being lifted by the cold winter air. This gives me 3 layers of protection for my unit. I do not have leaks in the winter and it is still solid as a rock come spring. Which I then place it in the shed so that I can reuse it the next winter.

* Your vents on your roof for the kitchen, bathroom, fireplace and so on. You will want to Caulk around them as they can let a lot of heat escape. Having this extra protection on there could save you more then you like to think.

Your Attic-
Insulating your Attic is always a good idea. While there check for any visible leaks, areas that need to be fixed now, and anything that could cause a problem in the winter months. NOW is the time to find it instead of when your wondering why it just got so cold in the house and hmmmmm…..where did all this snow come from! Silicone Caulk can also come in handy in this area of the house as well. This will not fix large areas but smaller areas it will do the trick.

Plumbing-
- If your house has a tendency to freeze up during the cold months now is the time to install heating tape! There are many different choices in this product. I do NOT suggest going with the cheapest price out there. This could cause a disaster in the winter that your NOT going to want to wake up to.

Heating tape runs anywhere from $24-$300 Now, some stores mark up the prices on the heat tape as they know your going to need it so shop around to get the best price. If you find a sale RUN don’t walk to get it because it WILL be gone!

Now is also the time to check any connectors and pipes as well. It’s not a fun time to have a flood in the basement and all of your family treasures floating on the surface of said flood. :( Check under all sinks as well as you don’t want to be at work and come home to a flooded Kitchen or bathroom. This can be a mess to clean up so checking every 3-6 months can save you a LOT of headaches. You never know what is going to wiggle loose!

* Furnace- Now is the time to test it and make sure everything is in proper working order instead of that first cold morning when your wishing you had. Change the filter on the furnace before checking it. These can be purchased at any hardware store, Menards, or Lowe’s. If you have problems call in a repair man BUT find one that you will pay a trip fee usually $40 and then parts and labor. If you pay by the hour there are many who take their sweet time unless your watching them the whole time.

Your outdoor Plumbing – Yes, this needs to be maintained as well. Your outdoor plumbing can cause as many problems as your indoor plumbing. Regardless of whether your outdoor water faucets are frost-free or the hose bib type found on older homes, external faucets should be bled before freezing temperatures cause problems.

Many homes have an interior shutoff valve for exterior faucets; typically located on the interior wall of the house, directly behind the exterior faucet. The valve will either be a gate valve (round, wheel-shaped), or a ball valve (one with a lever). Turn a gate valve clockwise to shut off the water supply to the outdoor water faucet; turn a ball valve a quarter turn. If the valve is difficult to turn, apply a lubricating spray, and then turn with an adjustable wrench.

A cold weather cover will provide extra protection. Try this: cut a hole in the center of the cover to an empty plastic butter or margarine tub, large enough to fit over the faucet. Place the lid over the faucet, the lid top should be against the house. Secure the lid to the house siding using screws or tacks.Wrap a strip of fiberglass pipe insulation around the faucet, and secure with masking tape. Push the plastic tub over the faucet, and snap it onto the lid.

* You will also want to Weatherize your Garage and Shed as well. These are just some of the things you can do to weatherize your home. It will hep to keep your bills in a good range and make sure that the heat is not escaping. I will be doing Mobile Homes in a different post as they are a whole different animal. ; )

Sunny D Free Books For Classrooms: Open for Teachers & Home Schooling Exp: 11/30

I just love that Sunny D offers this program to teachers and home schooling parents to build their libraries. It’s a great way to get free books that are perfect for keeping the children interested in reading. Sunny D Free Books For Classrooms program. You collect 20 Sunny D labels and mail them into the program and they will send you 20 free reading books! It’s very easy to do and they have some great books. If your a parent you can also download the information and give it to the teacher the first day of school so your children can get free books for their classrooms.

Make Packing To Move Easier On You And Your Family

wine sampler

Moving and be such a ROYAL pain, between packing, organizing, and the actual moving and unpacking. I’m honestly not sure which is the worst of all of it. I do get excited about the new start and finding new homes for everything. Once your home is all set up it was worth it and you forget about how much of a pain it was to move until you move again that is.

I have a system that I have started to use that helps me to be able to move a little easier and makes the packing less of a hassle, as well as the just relaxing and enjoying your new home. However, to get to that point you need to have an easier time moving. I like to make it as stress free as possible. It’s not always that easy but we will try to make it as simple as we can.

1. You can use boxes of course that you pick up from your local stores or other places but I love to use plastic containers that I pick up after the holidays or other times that they have them on clearance. The color doesn’t matter to me as they are just for packing and moving. You can purchase them really cheap and they always come in handy and stack inside of each other so they are easy to store without taking up much room so there is no need for stacks and stacks of boxes that you have to wait to recycle.

2. I use a paper and write #1 on them for each room. Those boxes will hold the most important things that you will need when you arrive at your new home.

A) Bathroom~ Towels, Shower Curtain, a baggie of shower needs such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, so that when your done moving you can take a shower and relax

B) Your Bedroom ~ Bedding, Pillows and a set of clothing for after your shower for you and hubby

C) Children’s Bedroom ~ Bedding, Pillows and a set of clothing for after their bath/shower Along with a backpack filled with their school needs if it’s during the school year or summer school

D) Kitchen ~ Plates, Pan, kitchen towels, crockpot, pot holder, utensils for cooking so that you can make your first meal in your new home. A Crockpot meal started in the morning in your new home would be perfect to enjoy while you relax from the move.

E) Living Room ~ Remote for T.v., DVD/Blu-ray player, pillows for couches, blackets for on the couches for a movie night while you relax

If you keep them organized with the #1 on them then you will easily find the boxes that you need and be able to unpack some things but not kill yourself searching all the boxes for what you need.

Then continue to number your boxes with the way that you want to unpack them so that it makes getting settled in so much easier for you and for the family. It will make moving so much easier when you do not have to search each box for things that you need. If you unpack them in the number order it will help you to have all your needs there before you need them.

Such as Box #2 for the kitchen would be your small appliances, so that you have your can opener, coffee maker, and anything else that you could need for making a meal. If you organize your move in this fashion you will be so much less stressed out. Happy moving!

How To Make A Minion Cake With Minion Colors All The Way Through The Cake

my minion cake 1my minion cake inside 2

This past weekend we had a birthday in the family, so I made this Minion cake for the birthday girl. I wanted it to have Minion colors all the way through the cake. She just loves Minions so it had to be perfect. So I really put some thought into how I wanted to create this minion cake. How I wanted the finished cake to look, it did take a little planning but I loved the finished result. If you have a Minion fan with a birthday coming up, you could make this adorable Minion cake as well. I would make a change to the one you make, I used Cake Mate Silver Gems candy for the eyes as I couldn’t locate Silver Frosting. It would be easier to do it with the Silver frosting then the candy but if your in a pinch like I was the Cake Mate candy gems do work as you can see from the photo above.

I used my Lasagna pan to make this Minion cake as I wanted a bigger cake, you can use a regular cake pan and it will work out well. If your using a larger pan you will need 2 White cake mixes, if your using a Cake pan you will only need 1 box of cake mix. So you can adjust the recipe as you need to for the pan that your using. You will make the cake as directed on the box. Then follow the steps below to make your minion cake.

Ingredients:

2 White Cake Mixes (for lasagna Pan or 1 Cake mix for Cake Pan)
Blue or Neon Blue food coloring (I used Neon)
Black Food coloring
yellow food coloring
2 containers of white frosting
Silver Frosting or Cake Mate Silver Candy Gems
2 Oreo Cookies

How to get the Minion Colors throughout the cake: Take 25% of the cake batter and put in a bowl, then in a 2nd bowl put 25% more of the cake, and the last half of the batter stays in the original mixing bowl. You will add Yellow food coloring to the first bowl to get it to the yellow color you would like. The 2nd bowl you will use Neon Blue Food coloring (You can use blue as well if you don’t have Neon) and in the mixing bowl you will leave the cake White. You will want to butter and flour your pan at this point as well.

Step 1
My minion cake step 1 label

You will start with 3 Tablespoons of White Cake in the center of the pan, add 3 teaspoons of Blue on top of the white, and 2 teaspoons of Yellow on top of the Blue, it will look like the photo above when your done.

My Minion cake step 2 labeled

You will continue with the same steps as one, 3 Tablespoons of White Cake in the center of the pan, add 3 teaspoons of Blue on top of the white, and 2 teaspoons of Yellow on top of the Blue. You will continue on with this pattern till all the cake batter is used. You will need to move the pan and shift the cake more to the outsides of the pan but you will want to do it gently so that it keeps the colors the way they are in the pattern.

minion cake step 4 label

When your cake is finished with it’s design, it would look like this in your pan, when it’s ready to bake. You will bake as directed on the box.

My minion cake step 5 labeled

Your cake will look like mine when it is done baking, notice how you can see all the blue marbled throughout the top of the cake. The Yellow will blend into the browning of the cake so it will not show up till the cake is cut. We will now move onto making the minion part of your cake. Let your cake cool completely then place on a platter to make it into the Minion.

How To Make The Minion Cake And Decorate it:

Step 1: You will want to take a knife and round the corners of your cake to make your Minion Shape

Step 2: Take the palm of your hand and push on the cake where you cut the corners to firm it up to frost the cake so that it won’t get mixed in with the frosting.

Step 3: In your two containers of frosting you will do the following, in container one you will make it Yellow for the Minions head. The second container you will take a little less then a quarter of the frosting and put it into a bowl and mix in Black Food coloring. The rest of it you will color with blue or Neon Blue for his pants.

Step 4: Frost the top half of the cake Yellow for the Minions face

Step 5: Frost the bottom half Blue

Step 6: Make a line across the middle of the yellow and blue. Then make the Minion’s mouth with the black as well.

Step 7: Make the suspenders from the black going up to the sides of the cake

Step 8: Then place the Oreo Cookies where you would like the Minions eyes

Step 9: Now make the Minions goggles with the black frosting if you didn’t find the Silver, then cover the frosting with the Candy gems. If you found the Silver frosting or gel then use those to make the goggles. Then use the Black Frosting to make the center of his eye on top of the Oreo Cookies.

Your Minion is now complete and ready for the Party. He is sure to be a huge hit for the birthday party and your guests will ask you how you made your cake. He is just to adorable, but tastes oh so good!

Denim Organizer: Made From Jeans with Holes

I have to say that I just love these, I use them in my van, in my bedroom, over the arms of my couch for the T.v. Remote and other things I want close to me. They work out great, I use different colored Jeans to go with the rooms decor, and add different iron-ons and things to add more color to them. You can get the instructions to make your Jean Organizer here.

Do You Love To Write? Why Not Self Publish Your Own Book Or Cookbook

Do you love to write? Do you write Poetry, children’s stories, recipes that are your own or other stories that everyone says are great? Are you looking to make extra money from home as well to help give your budget a boost? Why not put your talents to work and write your own story, Poems, recipes or anything that you love and self publish them. It’s a great way to make extra money from home and get your writing out there for others to enjoy. It’s really easy to do and it could also get you published by a publishing house as well.

If you were not aware you can self publish your own book on Amazon.com. Turn your writing into an ebook to sell on Amazon.com, there are so many topics to choose from. Then just promote your book and you could be making a boost in your budget. It’s free to use CreateSpace to write and publish your ebook. There are many others that you can use as well that are free to write your book on. Happy writing!