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Homemade Soap Sponge
Here is a thrifty idea on how to Recycle and Reuse. You know how you end up with those soap slivers when your bar of soap is almost gone? Instead of throwing them away, continue to use them...
Mulch and Compost with Vegetable Peelings
Here is a great tip from my friend Josh, for peeling vegetables onto newspaper and then use as mulch in your vegetable garden. This also makes for easy clean up in the kitchen and the vegetable peelings make great compost...
Campfire Pies
Camping tips for creating delicious outdoor cooking recipes with pie irons. Pack your pie irons when planning your next outdoor cooking adventure to enjoy around the campfire. Use your imagination and create your own camping recipes for everyone in your group to enjoy...
Smore Varieties - Outdoor Cooking
Outdoor Cooking and Camping Recipes for easy, delicious smores. Whenever I think about sitting around a campfire, the image of roasting marshmallows and making smores pops into my head, “yum”. Read on for Dessert Smores and Smore Varieties to enjoy on our next Outdoor Cooking Adventure…
A Garden of Herbs
Great herb gardening tips along with cooking tips, food and kitchen ideas for the dedicated cook. Use your organic kitchen and yard materials by recycling and reusing them to create a natural herb garden...
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Tomato Ice Cubes
Never seen or heard of tomato ice cubes? Well, once you use tomatoes made in an ice cube tray, you'll love how quick and easy they are to create and the convenience of cooking with them. Food and Kitchen ideas for anyone looking for flavorful cooking tips...

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Keeping Fresh Parsley
Did you know that many grocery stores will give you a free bunch of parsley if you make a produce purchase? One of those thrifty, money saving ideas many of our local stores offer. So how do you go about keeping fresh parsley...

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Save Money on Moving and Shipping Boxes
Making arrangements for moving your household or college student? I haven't used the services in this AARP article, but it utilizes great money saving ideas for recycling and reusing. More household hints for using current technology and budgeting within your personal finance. Check it out...

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Growing Sedum Plants
Perennial gardeners who are seeking a low maintenance, sun loving, tough plant with a long term seasonal appeal are impressed with the performance of the perennial sedum plant. Read on for money saving ideas for growing sedum plants...

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Posted in: Garden Hints
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Knit Baby Cap
Looking for a knit baby cap pattern? Here is a gift giving idea to keep that special newborn snug, warm and content in a knit baby cap...

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Posted in: Gift Giving Ideas
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Freezing Green Peppers
Eating fresh grown green peppers from the garden is a wonderful treat this time of year. When you have more than you can eat fresh, try freezing green peppers for future cooking. Share this gardening tip for freezing green peppers with anyone who enjoys their great flavor...

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Glass Replacement for a Frame or Clock
Here is an inexpensive way to replace the broken glass from a frame or clock, and reuse left over materials from another project. These easy money saving tips for glass replacement are a great way to recycle and reuse what you already have...

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Posted in: Recycle and Reuse
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Gift Baskets
Run out of gift giving ideas for those special friends when they move into their new home - or the new baby across the street? How about a one year old birthday celebration - or a sick friend? Here are some gift baskets you can create that will be greatly appreciated by even the hardest person to please...

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Posted in: Gift Giving Ideas
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Perennial Gardening Tip
Gardening has always been a big part of my life, so I can always use a perennial gardening tip or two. Using organic matter in growing the vegetables my family eats is my way of "Going Green". Now with these tough economic times, it is gaining popularity. Michelle Obama made national news when she lifted the turf for her L-shaped organic vegetable garden. The White House kitchen garden is...

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Posted in: Garden Hints
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Brown Sugar Storage and Measuring
Keep your hands clean next time you need to measure brown sugar, while not wasting a single drop. Here is another one of those money saving tips and great cooking tips for brown sugar storage and measuring...

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