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The Little Black Book for every busy woman - Fall 2009

The Little Black Book for every busy woman - Fall 2009

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The Fall 2009 issue of the Charleston Little Black Book for ever busy woman features recommended businesses and service providers, a Holiday Survival Guide, helpful tips and bit and more.
The Fall 2009 issue of the Charleston Little Black Book for ever busy woman features recommended businesses and service providers, a Holiday Survival Guide, helpful tips and bit and more.

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Published by: Betty - Every Busy Woman's Guide on Oct 19, 2009
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Ginger brewton interiors

Full service, high-end residential and commercial interior design
Chic, Comfortable, Sophisticated

76 Spring Street, Downtown, 29403
tel 843.270.7491
email: info@gingerbrewtoninteriors.com
www.gingerbrewtoninteriors.com

Aromatherapy for the
Holidays

A fragrant home not only sets
the perfect mood, it also calms
you and your family during the
often-busy holiday season.

• Certain essential oils are ideal

scents for giving off a holiday
vibe: clove, cinnamon, pine,
fr needle, Texas cedar wood,
cypress and juniper berry.

• Use your stovetop to diffuse

the sweet smell. Fill a saucepan
full of water and add your
favorite combination of essential
oils. Try 10 drops of cassia bark,
5 drops clove, 20 drops sweet
orange, and 5 drops of vanilla.

• Make use of the fre in the

freplace by adding incense to
the logs in the hearth.

• Bring in the evergreen! The

original source of holiday
aromatherapy is a Christmas
tree. You can add essential oils
to the water in your tree stand
or spray an oil and water blend
directly onto both natural and
artifcial trees for a fresh-cut
aroma. Try 20 drops of pine,
fr or juniper essential oil in a
spritzer with 1 ounce of water.

betty bits

A great recipe for furniture polish:
Mix 2 parts olive oil to 1 part lemon juice.
Use a soft cloth.
- DORSEY FAIRBAIRN AND HEATHER FAIRBAIRN,
Maid Pure

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Christmas Tree Recycling

Take your tree to the
Bees Ferry Landfll
January 2 – 9, 2010, and
receive a free bag of compost!

Charleston County residents
with curbside pickup can
recycle their trees by putting
their tree on the curb for yard
waste pick-up.

Be sure to remove all
ornaments, tinsel and
decorations prior
to recycling!

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