on Aug 30, 2007:
I use nail polish to label my toothbrush. When I'm at home for the summer the whole family has all the toothbrushes in one place, so it can get confusing, esp. if we are traveling.
on Aug 22, 2007:
on Aug 22, 2007:
If some girly color works, I'm sure clear would too! Okay, maybe TMI, but a while back hubby 'gave' me a plantar's wart. Yeah, lovely. Anyway, his went away by itself. Not mine, of course. I was p.o'd. I had to go to the doctor and get the freeze treatment. Next time he gets one, I'll hold him down if I have to to get polish on him--red, clear, whatever!!!
HAHAHA will do!! Hey, do you know if CLEAR polish would work? Perhaps we could just use that.
Maybe hubby could use a 'manly' color ;)
Whoa! Too much goodness at once. I like the marking your keys idea, although I really want those cute monkey key toppers I saw online... Plus, I really only have three keys: car, apartment, mailbox. = T Not that hard to differentiate, sadly. lol I'll remember that about the shaving cans; as for #1, I will let hubby know (although he may be against having such a girly item on any part of his body!).
on Aug 21, 2007:
Clever, clever, clever! There are many uses for the clear nail polish. Another one is that you can repair bobby pins when the little plastic resin blob on the ends fall off. (When the plastic ends fall off, bobby pins are murder on fine hair- they tear it to bits.) Just dip each end carefully in clear nail polish. I don't know how many people use them any more, but I used to go through them like mad before I found out about the nifty plastic hairpins I can buy that are gentler to my hair.