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If you're like me, you know it needs to be done. You dread it. It is a necessary evil. You guessed it ... Spring Cleaning. Alright, some of you probably quite enjoy it, but how typical are you and your Spring Cleaning rituals?

We wondered too and compiled answers from an online survey we conducted earlier this year. You might have even particiapted in it. So put away the rags, open the windows, kick back and enjoy. And, go ahead and share with those who could use a break as well.


ORE Originals Kiddie ApronWe naturally think of the many things for which we are grateful at this time of year. However, my mind always heads straight to traditions.

My family has traditions throughout the year, but with autumn in full force and the holidays upon us, those fun and sometimes poignant family customs pop up ever more frequently. The older I get, the more I look forward to them and appreciate them. One accidental tradition stands out: