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How To Clean Up Broken Glass

How to clean up broken glass… this has got to be one of my easiest cleaning tutorials, but this is part of my cleaning 101 series.  If you are new to the series, I am compiling a library of basic cleaning tutorials to not only help people that may not have gotten an opportunity to learn these life skills in their own home, but they are also just as much for my own children.

I too am a working parent, and I know for a fact that I don’t get to teach my kids as much as I would like to just for the simple fact that there is not enough of me to go around, while I am attempting to raise four kids by myself and am also working as much as I can to be able to provide a comfortable life for them. I’m sure so many of you can relate in one way or another.

This video actually turned out to be fairly comical…there is a reason that I always seem to hide behind the camera…I’m such a dork, but hey… I’m getting more comfortable in front of the camera and I find that sometimes I am even able to be myself more in front of the camera, than I am able to be myself around most people #introvertproblems.

I always joke that I don’t do live video (on social media, for instance) because I’m a bit clumsy and it would go about as well as a Bridget Jones news cast, and I am totally right…as you will see if you watch how I broke the glass for this video…my first take was too stinking funny to even consider re-shooting it… you guys just get to see how goofy I am in real life.  This is my genuine reaction to the mishap (I think it’s a good thing that I suck at breaking glass, it means that I’m a gentle person)  so hopefully you will all enjoy having a bit of a giggle at my expense. My kids thought it was so funny that they keep making me show them over and over just so they can laugh at me.

So, as we learned from me…always wear closed toed shoes when you are cleaning up broken glass… you just gotta. For the safety of your poor little piggies.

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I hope you guys found this little video tutorial helpful! I really try to explain things in a way that makes sense so hopefully it was easy to follow. 

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