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Catherine Trahan
Your Real Estate Resource

September e-Newsletter
 

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Greetings Laura!
Featured This Month:
  • Cleaning Corner
  • Garden Organizer
  • NEW! Mila Recipe
  • Green tip of the month
Cleaning Corner
The Best Stain Removing Tips
Yard Dirt

Let dry, then vacuum up loose particles. Next, apply a solution of warm water and dish soap. Remove soap residue with a damp towel; blot. Repeat until the stain is gone.
Magnetic Garden Organizer

Gardening gloves have a way of disappearing. Once dirty, they seem to blend into berry patches and stone walls -- only to be found the next day, dew-soaked and useless until they dry. To keep gloves handy, sew magnets onto their cuffs. 
 

1. Cut two 1 1/4-inch-long pieces of 3/4-inch-wide grosgrain ribbon. Sew 1 piece of ribbon to inside of cuff, leaving 1 side open (for a neater hem, fold under the cut ends of ribbon before stitching). 

2. Slip a 1/2-inch rare-earth disk magnet into the pocket; stitch to close. Repeat process with second glove. In the garden, keep gloves within reach by attaching them to a metal bucket or to each other around one of your belt loops.
Martha Stewart Living, March 2009

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Mila

If you're already enjoying the benefits of Mila and want to try a tasty recipe, check out this flavorful and healthy pudding. If you have not yet tried Mila, feel free to contact me. I would love to share information with you about this whole, raw food that has greatly improved my health. http://www.lifemax.net/ctrahan/

Mango Coconut Chia Pudding

From Christina Gere 
Ingredients:

1 box cup unsweetened coconut milk (trader joes)
1 cup fresh ripe mango (blended w/coconut milk)
mix in slowly so doesn't lump (add extra H2O if needed)
1 cup chia seeds - Mila of course!
1.3 cups unsweetened shredded coconut
30 drops Nu liquid stevia 
Refrigerate for a couple of hours
Green Tip

There are several ways to save energy and water in the laundry room, from careful selection of your machines to using cold water. When your old washing machine clunked out, you cleverly replaced it with a front-loading model bearing the Energy Star label. Congratulations! You're already using 50% less energy and water, and saving $110 a year.

But if you're a renter or otherwise saddled with an oldie, you can still make running a load of laundry even more efficient. About 90% of the energy used for washing clothes is for heating the water.

So wash clothes in cold water whenever possible. And reduce the number of times you run the machine by always waiting until you have a full load.

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Catherine Trahan
1701 Novato Blvd., Suite 100
Novato, California 94947
US

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