Nothing is more disheartening than opening the fridge and finding slimy wilted lettuce. This has happened to me often, especially when I purchase ‘manager’s special’ lettuce. At my grocery you can find heads of lettuce and plenty of packaged lettuces in bags or plastic boxes. I’m finding that heads of lettuces last longer. I do…… Continue reading Storing Lettuce & Leafy Greens
Most sites I’ve read on decluttering advice you to be careful when selling your clutter. I would agree with them very much in relation to my own experience. It can be hard enough to declutter, but what can be even harder is ‘what to do with it all!’ The easiest way is to donate. Usually everyone…… Continue reading Thoughts on Getting Rid of Things
A couple months ago I finally really tackled my clothes closet. I believe in just two months I got rid of nearly 300 articles of clothing. Most of them went to an online site where they will buy certain brands of clothing (www.liketwice.com). Some went onto eBay, and the brands that site wouldn’t take went…… Continue reading How To Figure Out How Many Clothes You Need
When it comes to dealing with clutter, whether it’s physical things, emotions, or tasks, we all have different methods that are going to work for us to take care of it. There are a million ways of advice and only some of them may work for us. It is really our ultimate decision on whether…… Continue reading 7 Sources to Help You Declutter
One day my mom and I were in Home Depot when we passed a rack with these really cool metal radiator sheets stamped out with designs. We thought of some cool projects to do with them and my mom thought she would like to make a curtain with them. The metal sheets are hung from…… Continue reading DIY Metal Curtain Panel
Don’t know what to do with all those organization, sports, or music tshirts you no longer wear but don’t want to give them up? Why not turn them into a blanket! This argyle patterned blanket only requires a few materials and can be done in an afternoon. The finished size of the blanket is 59″…… Continue reading Argyle T-Shirt Fleece Blanket: Sewing Pattern
Now everyone go plant native plants!