July 2021

July 2021

July 2021

Happy first week of July 😊!  

Hoping everyone is keeping warm in this COLD winter weather ⛄ 

Don’t let the chilly breeze keep you locked in doors, Put on your winter warmers and head on out to this awesome Winter event: 

  • NZOS Winter Show: 

Date: SAT JUL 10 2021 

Time: 10:00 AM TO 04:00 PM  

Venue: Mt Albert War Memorial Hall, Auckland 

Price: $2 

Info: Come and view the wonderful display of orchid blooms on show at the New Zealand Orchid Society’s annual winter show. As well as the thousands of blooms on show 

 If you follow us on Instagram, you know we love to share tips on Tuesday here is an awesome DIY project that is quick, easy and helps you keep your surfaces clean: 

Homemade Citrus All-Purpose Cleaner: 


Pour 1/2 cup of the vinegar to your spray bottle. 

Add 2 cups of water, 1 teaspoon of Castile soap and 20 drops of Lemon essential oil. Screw on the lid and Shake Well and use with a damp cloth! 🤗🍋 

You may be thinking, Where do I find castile soap? 

Click link below to shop yours and whip up your own Home-Made Citrus Cleaner✔ 


Did you enjoy this tip? Be sure to tune in every #TipTuesday for your weekly Dose! 😊 

 Check this awesome tip & event out! And leave the house work to us! Book in our amazing To-Do gurus through our weblink: https://www.mytodolist.co.nz/services , and make this winter as bearable as you can 😊  

Pamela Chapman | Director 

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