Heading through the grocery checkout line with kids can be
challenging−especially with items such as soda, candy and toys placed at
the end of every aisle within easy reach. One thing I always seem to
say yes to is a tin of mints. Everyone loves having fresh breath so
keeping a tin of mints tucked into a purse or car can come in handy...
Hopefully, you’re already recycling the used paper from your home or
office, but if you’re not it’s never too late to start! Recycling your
scrap paper is one of the easiest (and cleanest!) things you can do to
help save the environment...
How often do you shop for groceries? I used to shop on a weekly basis,
or every two weeks, until I discovered that I was often wasting food due
to spoilage before I had time to prepare it. I know that this problem
could be solved by better planning, but I’ve also found another solution...
I absolutely adore tea. My pantry is stocked with containers of both
loose leaf and bagged varieties. Every morning, I find myself sipping an
energizing green tea and evenings often include something soothing and
relaxing like a caffeine-free, herbal tea. Needless to say, I end up
with a lot of used tea bags...
My children’s favorite treats during the summer are ice and yogurt pops.
As a result, we end up with an awful lot of wooden sticks by the time
September rolls around. In an effort to reuse as much as possible, I
give the sticks a good rinse and store them in my art bag for future