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This is what we do on a daily basis to keep our house (with 7 people) clean!

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This Gathered Nest
P.O. Box 3042
Indian Trail, NC 28079

★ Filming stuff I use
Canon 5d Mark II
Canon 50 mm lens

I'm Angela! I'm married to my high school sweetheart, and we have 5 beautiful children 🙂 Two grew in my tummy, and three grew in our hearts. We are busy, loud, crazy homeschoolers and just strive to make the most of everyday. I'm a follower of Jesus, photographer and beauty product junkie. Of course we can add coffee addict, vulnerable child advocate, sometimes fitness bunny, most of the time food lover, and a wandering soul.
Here you'll find family vlogs, challenges, homeschool videos, beauty product reviews, mommy reviews, tips and tricks, recipes, tutorials, hauls and even some giveaways! Welcome to our little corner of the web, I hope you enjoy!

FTC Disclaimer: I feel so blessed to call Youtube my job. That being said sometimes I am lucky enough to have products sent to me for review. If I partner with a company I will always disclose it here. Please know my relationship with my viewers is of the utmost importance to me and all opinions and reviews that I share are my own.
*** Thank you to Swiffer for sponsoring this video***



  1. that’s a lot of product reviews lately :/ I understand that the extra income is helpful and I like that it’s always kind of integrated into content but I just enjoy real vlogs more. Have you guys thought about maybe setting up a patreon like other youtubers so that your subscribers can just directly support you?

    1. I feel the same. A sponsored ad every so often isn’t bad, but (almost) every video is a bit much.

    2. Maybe, I’ve missed a few videos, but I don’t recall her having a ‘lot’ of ads on the channel. I mean ads is how they receive income, the income from youtube streaming alone, isn’t anything to ride home about. Plus, they have like 5 kids, give them a break.

    1. +msjuicy if yours barely picks up diet than you must be doing something wrong because mine picks up all dirt on the floor…so…

    2. TheDavis’s yeah I don’t know maybe it’s just my floor lol. I did a test to see if it was clean by using a second wipe to see if first one cleaned everything and still was dirty on the second pass. Oh well I bought a new spray mop with washable pads , we’ll see if it cleans any better.

  2. Is this an ad? You’ve got to signal in the title if you’ve been paid to promote a product. It also means we get the choice to watch or not. I love your family/videos but id rather use my spare time to watch your content. XX

    1. If you truly do not want to watch the video check in the bottom of the description and the FTC disclaimer should state whether or not the video is sponsored!

    2. +Just_Helen people are vicious on the internet because it’s easy to hide behind a keyboard!! Face to face they would probably be different!!!

    3. I don’t mind the ad and sponsored videos, people have to make money, especially small youtubers. And also nowdays you can easily spot it without someone saying it.

    4. Exactly! It even says her description box that Youtube is her job!!! Nothing is ever free. We get to enjoy watching her family well she should enjoy doing a sponsor video.

    5. +Britt Whalen I really like how you brought up “Nothing is ever free”. I’m not a YouTuber but I assume that putting up videos takes time and effort, so why shouldn’t she be allowed to make some money through sponsorships if she’s given the opportunity? Some viewers are so entitled nowadays. Is sitting through 2-3 minutes of a YouTuber speaking about a product THAT horrible?

  3. yes deep clean video next! also, I LOVE my swiffer. My house is tile and wood and mopping with a mop and bucket all the time with a newborn and toddler is impossible. I use reusable pads and just wash them

  4. I know this is a sponsored video but if you do like the swiffer you should check out the kind that has a washable pad and you can use your own solution. It’s much cheaper and you can use whatever solution that you like the best. I think mine is by Vileda or something like that.

    1. +Mary Hunt I got mine at Walmart. You can also use prefolds instead, I think maybe the newborn size ones.

    2. +Alma O. Yes it does! I’ve used it on tile, laminate, and linoleum with no issues. You can use whatever cleaning solution you want so if there is one that you usually use with a bucket you cab use the same one.

    3. Now that I think about it, I have tucked a clenaing rag into my swiffer a few times. I like using pads, but I may start using rags again more often. I think I only spend $2.50-$2.99 on pads as opposed to $8-$10 on swiffer pads, but any savings is good savings.

    4. +Mary Hunt Ya, any savings are good!! Microfiber cloths should definitely work as my washable one is microfiber.

  5. In my opinion it is not a very economic way to clean my floor, to throw away all that one-time use parts, so this thing wouldn’t be for me. I am also not convinced how many you need of that to clean all the floors.. Sorry swiffer 😉

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