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The Perfect Housewarming Gift & How to #SmudgethatSh*t

My family and I have recently moved into a new home, and first on my to-do list was a cleansing ritual. Thus this beautiful floral smudge stick from Mystical Blossoms was the perfect housewarming gift. Now, I know, despite how trendy sage has become on Insta, you may be hesitant, or perhaps you just have no idea how one goes about performing a cleansing. To sum it up, it's about being intentional about the kind of energy you want in your home. It's simple...do you want good vibes? Do you want to let go of the bad vibes? Great...then as they say on instagram, let's #smudgethatsh*t.



For a quick cleansing, you can use a smudge spray, for example, like this Namaste Smudge Spray; or you can use incense, herbs, a fragrant simmer pot...it doesn't have to be something specific. The point is that by adding something tangible to a prayer or meditation, you turn that prayer or meditation into a ceremonial act, and that will make you more confident and intentional about your thou…

Turkey Leftover Recipes


Who doesn't love a leftover turkey sandwich? But if you still find yourself with leftover turkey or ham days later, there are loads of recipes out there specifically designed for holiday leftovers.

At The Food Network you can find creative turkey sandwich recipes, turkey chilli recipes, recipes for leftover mashed potatoes and leftover ham recipes.

At AllRecipes.com, you'll find hundreds of turkey recipes you can make with leftover turkey meat.

If your waistline is still recovering from the big day, you can find healthy ideas for using turkey leftovers at about.com.

Now what about all those sides?

I know I'm still eating leftover cranberry sauce. At seriouseats.com I found a delicious recipe for Morning-After Cranberry Sauce Muffins.

If you have leftover stuffing, try this Stuffing Frittata Recipe at the Food Network.

Let us know if you have any great ideas for using leftovers. Do you get creative? Or do you just love a good old turkey sandwich?




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  1. My mother always used up leftover turkey by baking it into pies with carrots, onions, peas, and sauce.

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  2. Mmmm, I love that. Whenever I roast a bird I like to make homemade stock and homemade pot pie...if I have time!

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