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10 Household Hacks

Is that stubborn stain on the coffee mug bugging you or that grease stained kitchen stove irritating you?

MamaHelpers has compiled the top 10 most common household problems that we face in our daily lives.

The most common problem would be . . . . . . . .

1. A burnt pan
We know that it is so frustrating to scrub with all our might. It’s like a constant battle in the kitchen.. With the frying pan….. We heard that vinegar and baking soda does the trick! Simply fill the pan with water and add a cup of white vinegar. Bring it to a boil and remove from stove. Add two tablespoons of baking soda and let it cool for a few minutes. Then you’re ready to wipe that nasty burn away.

2. Pick up small glass
It sucks when you accidentally drop a bowl and it shatters on the floor. Glass shards on the floor are a tricky mess to solve and picking up the pieces with your hands are a bad idea. Try pressing a piece of bread over the area and this should pick up even the tiniest pieces that you missed out. Remember to protect your foot and slip on a slipper before going over that area.

3. Clogged drain
Unclogging a drain can be a dreadful task for many. All you need is ½ cup baking soda, 1 cup vinegar and boiling water! Pour the baking soda followed by the vinegar into the drain and wait 15 minutes. Next pour boiling water in. Voilà you’re done! It sure is as easy as it sounds!

4. Smelly sneakers
Smelly footwear that can be smelled from a thousand miles away are a definite turnoff. The next time your employer’s kid comes back from soccer practice, try sprinkling some baking soda inside to rid the smell.

5. Stinky garbage
Garbage stinks and this is a fact we can’t change. Your employer might even blame you for being lazy for not bringing the trash out. A no brainer step here would quickly solve the problem. Take some lemon slices and run them through the garbage disposal. In no time, your kitchen would smell fresh!

6. Dirty Chopping board
Chopping board that is dirty is a good place for bacteria and other germs to manifest. This is undesirable as food will also be easily contaminated. Sprinkle some kosher salt on the chopping board and half a lemon to scrub. This will leave your chopping board as good as new and chemical free.

7. Sweater fuzz
One way of removing sweater fuzz is using a razor but be careful not to press too hard or you will end up with a ripped sweater at the end of it.

8. Dirty Tile Floors
Greasy, and filthy tile floors are a horror to step on. To remove such stains, try using baking soda and bleach to scrub the grimiest grout away.

9. Dirty microwave oven
A dirty microwave oven will contaminate the food you heat up. Use a microwave safe dish and fill it up with washing detergent and water and run it for a minute. Next wipe with a wet sponge.

10. Dirty TV screen
Use a damp coffee filter to clean TV screens and monitors. Do not use a cloth as it leave the screen with fibers that makes the screen looks worse. The coffee filter works wonders! Try it out and let us know!

Mamahelpers is dedicated to finding solutions for both you and your employer to live comfortably. Watch this space for more updates!

A cleaner home, a happier employer, a happier you.

7 ways to make your employer satisfy with your meal planing

Tired of planning to cook? Feeling unappreciated all the time when you cook? Employer is complaining that your food is repetitive, too salty, too oily?

Read more to find out how to cook and eat more healthily.

1. Plan ahead
By planning ahead, this gives you enough time to think about cooking a balanced diet. Often, a meal that is cooked without enough preparation time will tend to have a chance to be unhealthy as you would often seek fast options. For example, instead of using fresh tomatoes, you would probably grab the nearest can of canned or frozen vegetables and make do with it. Planning ahead of what you cook would give you more time to gather the right ingredients that you need.

2. Cook in the right proportion
Cooking just the right amount would prevent you from overeating. This helps you from eating less and you might even lose weight! It also prevents wastage of food and you trying to squeeze the leftovers in the fridge. This will also help your employer save money and they will definitely thank you in the long run!

3. Use healthy seasonings
The next time you want to sprinkle some salt into your dish, you might want to think twice. Try substituting salt with herbs and spices the next time round.

4. Cook seasonally
Always remember that in-season produce always taste much better than out-of-season produce because it will have more vitamins and antioxidants. Have you heard that fresh ingredients taste better and look more visually appealing on your plate. You will leave your employer begging for seconds of your fried chicken wings.

5. Have more vegetables
Fret not! This is not asking you to turn vegetarian. It is recommended to include more flora in your employer’s dishes and try out a more plant based diet. You can also suggest to your employer to have one or two vegetarian meals in a week.

6. Snack healthily
Snacking can be healthy if you do it right. There are several healthy snacks that are equally tasty such as avocado sandwich or try making your own kale chips the next time your employer ask for a snack. Once they have tried them, they will never go back to eating those chips anymore. They will definitely be appreciative of your efforts to go the extra mile! Trust me!

7. Skip out the bad carbohydrates
Do not entirely skip out carbohydrates but consume less of bad carbohydrates such as white rice or pasta. Instead try to eat more whole grain food or switch white rice to brown rice for a healthier option.

Remember, healthy cooking pays off in the long run.
A satisfied employer, a healthier you!

Activities to do with your employer's kid

Don’t know how to handle the kid in the summer?

Are your employer’s kids giving you trouble at home? Want to bond more with the kids?

Research shows that if you spend more time trying to understand and bond with the child, they would be closer to you and more willing to listen to you.


Read on to learn more about what you can do!!

Here are 7 EASY AND FREE activities that you can do with your employer’s kids this summer to get closer!

1. Get crafty
Let kids explore their creative and imaginative side! Why not make use of the remaining paint from art class that is lying around and encourage kids to start to DIY. It can be painting, making a new scrapbook or even tie dying one of their old shirts. Do not fret if things get messy and cleaning up is a chore. Cleaning up can also be fun and a good way to teach the child to clean up after themselves.

2. Go outdoors
What is a better time to go outdoors other than now. Slap on some sunblock and put on a hat and you’re on your way to having some fun! Teach your employer’s kid a new skill such as cycling or have long walks in the park and get close to nature while having deep conversations with them to understand what they are feeling.

3. Play board games and puzzles
Board games and puzzles are interactive activities that stimulates children's minds and keep them occupied. Do not think that board games are boring. In fact they are so entertaining that you will be looking forward to the next rainy day that keeps you indoor. For a more lighthearted game, try twister! Before you know it, you and your employer’s child will be tangled up in the fun in no time. What a way to get closer!

4. Cook together
Your employer’s child giving you a headache each meal time? Secretly throwing their greens away into the bin before you can stop it? Don’t worry! Here is a tip for you that will get the child to eat more vegetables than you expect. Involve the child in planning what to eat for the day and even cook up a storm together. This way, the child will feel more involved in the eating process and feel that they have a say in decision making. Other than cooking, baking can also be another way of getting kids to be more involved in the kitchen. Just be mindful of kitchen hazards and the hot kitchen stove!

5. Keep fit together
Put on your favourite music and start dancing away. Exercising with your employer’s kid can be a fun way to bond and interact. Think of how you and the child struggle to complete a certain dance move and laugh at each other. FYI, laughing burns calories too.

6. Library visits
Schedule weekly library visits with the child. Keep an eye out for storytelling, puppet shows and other programmes they have going on in the library. Do not forget about yourself and grab a book to read too!

7. Tidy up together
Get the child involved in tidying up the house with you. For example, making their own bed and washing their own dishes. Sometimes, the child wants to help out but is not given a chance to do so.

So, are you ready to start having fun with your employer’s child? Bear in mind to discuss with your employer ideas that you have before starting these activities as they might have their views as well. Always get your employer’s approval before bringing the child out and remember safety is of utmost importance.

A happier child, a happier you!
Have fun!

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