September is the time of year when many DIY homesteaders begin to plan what they’ll make or create for the holidays in order to insure enough time to finish their projects. Check out these great DIY ideas!
The disinfectant qualities of hydrogen peroxide have made it a household staple for many years, and it’s difficult to find a household first-aid kit that doesn’t have a bottle of it. But there are many more uses for this that should be noted.
We must come to the understanding that there is no true safety net for us to fall into; it’s up to ourselves to get us out trouble.
Recently, I wrote an article listing essential gardening laws to give your plants the best chance at providing you with a big harvest. Taking that advice and using these ten quick tips provided by experienced gardeners can help you save time, increase your growing space and reduce costs.
These machines are extremely versatile, very small and quiet, simple, and pretty cheap and easy to build. In fact, if there were a cataclysmic collapse of civilization, this is the one engine that anyone could build from scrap.
It’s time we take an active stance against chemical-laden products. Knowing how easy it is to make your own will help you positively impact your health and save money at the same time. There is no reason to spend endless amounts of money on a lotions, creams and salves that you can make yourself – without the added chemicals. These recipes are loved by my family. Try them today and notice the difference!
Sometimes quality and appearance aren’t at the top of our priorities, and we need to get things fixed fast and cheap.
Once you learn to identify this sticky life-saver, you’ll find it difficult to walk past a pine tree without scanning for this Jewel of the Woods!
Stop being a member of the throw-away society and be part of the sustainable solution. Here are 50 of the most thrown away items and clever ways to reuse them.
I’m so glad you found the uses for rags letter useful, and yes, I do indeed have some tips about using up what most people regard as rubbish. You know me Tess, waste no want not.
It seems very old fashioned to have a rag bag, or in my case a rag box, but I couldn’t consider not saving bits of fabric.
Rest assured that no matter what tool or weapon is banned next, almost anything can be used to protect yourself.