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Tips for keeping your house clean longer, a better shopping list, and more. June 21, 2021 Good morni

Tips for keeping your house clean longer, a better shopping list, and more. June 21, 2021 [View Online]( Good morning! We’re starting the new week off with a bang, because Amazon’s Prime Day sale is off to the races. I’ll be picking out hot deals for you all day, so keep an eye on my deals page (see link below). Today’s newsletter also has some easy ideas for keeping your house clean longer (yes please!), plus a new Monday Motivation with some hard-earned advice for navigating tough times. Jillee TODAY'S GOOD THING The Best Prime Day Deals 2021 Wish you could cut through the chaos to see the very best deals? Your wish is my command! Amazon’s biggest sale of the summer is here, and just like in years past, I’m handpicking the very best deals that I know OGT readers will love. My goal is to pick out the deals you’re most interested in to save you the time and effort of hunting them down yourself. I've already found some amazing deals on the beautiful [Instant Pot Pro]( [Shark Vacuum Cleaners]( [Echo smart speakers]( [blenders]( & more! No matter what you need for your home, there’s a good chance you’ll find it on sale today! Ready to check out all the deals? Just hit the button below to start perusing the very best that Prime Day has to offer. [Check Out All The Best Prime Day Deals]( [Check Out All The Best Prime Day Deals]( ⚡️QUICK TIPS⚡️ • Before you throw out a damaged or leaky garden hose, check out [these 10 useful ways]( you can repurpose it. • To keep your bath and beach towels soft, fluffy, and absorbent, make sure you’re not doing [these 7 things]( to them. • Mosquito season is here, which means [these 10 tips]( for relieving itchy bug bites will come in handy sooner rather than later. CLEANING 3 Easy Ways To Keep Your House Clean Longer [Left: A shower curtain being closed. Center: Shoes on a shoe rack. Right: A baseboard being wiped with a dryer sheet.]( An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, especially when it comes to cleaning. 1. Close Your Shower Curtain. When you get out of the shower, make sure to pull the curtain closed to help the liner dry completely. This will prevent moisture from getting trapped in the folds and potentially leading to mold and mildew problems. 2. Take Your Shoes Off. Shoes track in dust, dirt, and debris, so keeping shoes at the doors can mean much less floor cleaning for you! Keeping shoe racks at the doors in and out of your house will help remind both family members and guests to remove theirs too. 3. Repel Dust With Dryer Sheets. If your baseboards are major dust magnets, try wiping them down with a dryer sheet after you've cleaned them. The dryer sheet will leave behind a thin layer of dust-repelling residue and keep them clean longer. (It also works on furniture, decor, and more.) SHOPPING Optimize Your Grocery List [Left: Jillee shopping in the produce section and holding a clipboard. Right: A closeup of the clipboard showing her printable grocery list. ]( Use my printable grocery list to make all your shopping trips easier and more organized. If you have a list when you go to the grocery store, you’re less likely to forget things and less likely to fill your cart with impulse buys. (However, I firmly believe that the shopper is always entitled to one or two non-list items as a reward for their hard work.) But there’s something to be said for having a shopping list that goes beyond the basics. If you have a list that’s organized by category, it’s easier to get all the items in one section the first time and avoid doubling back or making multiple laps around the store. And you won't even have to make it yourself, because I already made a category-based grocery list for you! Use the button below to download the PDF, and then you can print it as many times as you like. [Download The Grocery List PDF]( [Download The Grocery List PDF]( JILLEE'S PICK A Cooker That’s Worth The Learning Curve [Left: Jillee holding an Instant Pot. Right: Jillee's Instant Pot cooking times cheat sheet being taped to a kitchen cupboard.]( Instant Pots have consistently been one of the best deals of Amazon’s last several major sales, and [today is no different]( If you’re thinking about getting your first Instant Pot, I fully admit that there is often a bit of a learning curve for those who are just getting started. It’s easy to feel intimidated at first, but once you have the basics down, it stops being scary and starts being awesome. New users have asked me a lot of the same questions about the Instant Pot, so I ended up putting together [this list of Instant Pot FAQs](. The answers include things like how the Instant Pot works, the best recipes to start with, and more, so it’s a great resource for learning the basics. But for visual learners like myself, reading about how to use an Instant Pot may not be the most useful option. If that includes you, I’d encourage you to check out my beginner-friendly [Instant Success video course]( where I demonstrate the basics and walk you through it step-by-step. MONDAY MOTIVATION Let Go Of Shame Even if it wasn't always perfect, I had a privileged upbringing. My parents had a loving marriage and my five siblings and I got along reasonably well. My dad’s electrical company started taking off in my early teens, and at one point we were pretty well-off financially. So how did a privileged girl like me end up anxious, depressed, and in treatment for alcohol addiction? Believe me, I asked myself the same thing. For a long time I felt worthless and ashamed for being so “weak” when I had so much going for me on paper. But the truth is that mental health problems don’t work that way. They don’t care about your childhood, your family, your finances, or your status. Mental illness is highly complex and can affect anyone for any reason, or for no reason at all. My daughter Britta once told me that emotions aren’t the problem—it’s when we shame ourselves for feeling the way we feel that we do the most damage. If you're hurting or going through a period of personal struggle, let go of the shame that tells you you're weak, or that your pain is somehow invalid. Show yourself some compassion instead, and reach out for the help you not only need, but deserve as well. 🎉 GIVEAWAY You & A Friend Could Win an Instant Pot Duo Crisp This week's giveaway has double the fun, because I’m giving away not one, but two [8 Qt. Instant Pot Duo Crisps]( (one for you and one for a friend!) To enter, just share the One Good Thing newsletter with friends and family using your unique referral link below. Anyone who signs up using your link will be entered to win, and if one of them wins, you’ll win too! Here's your unique referral link: [ Tip: You can easily share your link [via email](mailto:?subject=Check%20this%20out%20%F0%9F%98%8A&body=I%E2%80%99ve%20been%20really%20enjoying%20all%20of%20the%20useful%20tips%20and%20tricks%20in%20the%20daily%20One%20Good%20Thing%20newsletter%20and%20I%20think%20you%E2%80%99ll%20love%20it%20too!%20It's%20full%20of%20hacks%20for%20around%20the%20house%20and%20always%20has%20a%20happy%2C%20upbeat%20energy.%20%0A%0ACheck%20it%20out%20here%3A+https%3A%2F%2Fsparklp.co%2Ffd645f17%2F%3Futm_source%3Demail) or [on Facebook](. *US winners only. For more rules, see terms and conditions [here]( A FEW MORE THINGS... What’s Coming Up? This week, I’ll be sharing a delicious recipe that has a dark secret, an unexpected strategy for getting the most for your money, and a beauty tip for eyes that look lively and alert (even if the rest of your body doesn’t feel that way). LOL: My mind is like an internet browser. There are 19 tabs open, at least 3 of them are frozen, and I have no idea where the music is coming from. What did you think of today's email? [Not good]( | [Just okay]( | [Loved it!]( 🏠[Visit the By Jillee Shop]( 🤗 [Join OGT Free]( Let's connect! [facebook]( [instagram]( [pinterest]( [youtube]( If you have thoughts, comments, questions or a tip or trick you'd like to share, I'd love to hear from you! My inbox is always open, so just hit "reply" and let me know what's on your mind. See you tomorrow! This email was sent to {EMAIL} [why did I get this?]( [unsubscribe from this list]( [update subscription preferences]( One Good Thing by Jillee · 841 S. Main St. · Heber City, UT 84032 · USA

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