Resources: Product Suppliers - My Plastic-free Life. This is an ongoing list of businesses providing products that can help us live with less plastic.
What are your favorites? Please leave a comment below and suggest other companies to add to this list. Brands & Online Companies: Ambatalia: Beautiful, handcrafted textiles, including reusable bags, wraps, napkins, and other plastic-free products for a non-disposable life. Read my interview with Molly de Vries of Ambatalia.Anarres Natural Health: Personal care products shipped in compostable packaging.
Insect repell. Deodorants and care. Soaps, cleaning, airfresheners. Tooth cleanse. Fettstoffer og voks - SUNVITA. 10 habits you should pick up from your grandmother. Some of us romanticize the past, some of us brush it off altogether — but either way, there’s some good wisdom to be gleaned from generations that weren’t bombarded with consumerism, surrounded by chemicals and discombobulated by the crazy pace of the digital world.
Yes, we’re talking about the “grandma era.” Known for its wealth of practical solutions, clean living and common sense, the women who forged the road before us were smart cookies. Here are some are some of our favorite grandmotherly habits that are too valuable to be lost. 1. DID YOU KNOW… You’ve probably heard all about the amazing uses of distilled vinegar, using olive oil to condition leather and even that nifty trick of using a potato to loosen a broken light bulb.
But today, we are going to talk about some of the not-so-known uses for everyday items like coffee filters, marshmallows and dryer sheets. COFFEE FILTERS – The little paper-like liners that make your morning cup of joe possible have many more uses than just getting your morning started. Because coffee filters are lint-free and absorb oil very well, there are many, many uses for these little guys. Did you know… You can use coffee filters to clean glass, CD’s/DVD’s, computer monitors and even your iPad. The Nerdy Farm Wife Page 2 of 17 DIY Herbal Crafts and Recipes, Honey Candy, Soap Making, Homeschool. I frequently get asked about how I got started making and selling handmade products.
Today, I’ll answer some of the specific questions on this topic that I’ve received over time. If I left out something that you want to know, feel free to ask in the comments below. I started making my own soap because of this little dirt-loving guy: My son had a lot of allergies when he was little and it was impossible … Continue reading Forsythia is one of those ornamental flowering bushes that you see blooming everywhere this time of year (at least around these parts.) Top 10 DIY Posts of 2013. A Wealth of DIY Eductional and Instructional material for Simple Living.
Welcome to Jubilee 101.
Here you will find a wealth of educational/instructional material* literally at your fingertips. Below is a list of the categories. Online converter. 45 Uses For Lemons That Will Blow Your Socks Off. Most people are familiar with the traditional uses for lemons to soothe sore throats and add some citrus flavor to our foods.
However the diversity of applications for lemons far exceeds general knowledge and once you read the following list, you’ll likely want to stock at least a few lemons in your kitchen 24-7. 1. Freshen the Fridge Remove refrigerator odors with ease. Dab lemon juice on a cotton ball or sponge and leave it in the fridge for several hours. Make sure to toss out any malodorous items that might be causing the bad smell. Homemade Glue Recipe. During their childhood, kids use a large amount of glue.
Most of them are chemical mixtures with no ingredients listed on the packaging. You can only imagine what’s in there. Preschoolers love pasting and collage, as well as tasting anything that comes close to their mouths. Besides the awful taste, shop bought glue might not be the perfect substance for their tummies. School kids have (hopefully) learned not to lick the glue, but having it on their skin and, occasionally, all over them, isn’t good either as we know that our skin absorbs anything that’s put on it. Hydrogen Peroxide Magic. DID YOU KNOW… You’ve probably heard all about the amazing uses of distilled vinegar, using olive oil to condition leather and even that nifty trick of using a potato to loosen a broken light bulb.
But today, we are going to talk about some of the not-so-known uses for everyday items like coffee filters, marshmallows and dryer sheets. COFFEE FILTERS – The little paper-like liners that make your morning cup of joe possible have many more uses than just getting your morning started. Because coffee filters are lint-free and absorb oil very well, there are many, many uses for these little guys. Did you know… The Fun Cheap or Free Queen: "You're Welcome" Wednesday: Tons of home remedy tips and tricks.
I’m sure we’ve all gotten the email before.
You know what I’m talking about, the spam email that you actually happened to read. You know, the one with tons of random home remedy tips in it that you think, “Huh…I should remember this….” Jo Dunning, a tap-along on moving forward, astrology updates, and making toothpaste. What an interesting mix! « Evolution Made Easier. Tip #1 - Jo Dunning will be offering a free Quick Pulse Teleconference Thursday, July 8th at 5:15 PDT.
This workshop offers 45 minutes of energy work to assist you in making the changes you would like to have in your life. To listen by telephone, the number to call for the workshop is (818) 742-0029 PIN 381954#. Your regular telephone charges will apply. Latest. Good Ideas for Dryer Sheets–Bounce.
1. All this time you’ve just been putting Bounce in the dryer! It will chase ants away when you lay a sheet near them.?? It also repels mice. 2. Spread sheets around foundation areas, or in trailers, or cars that are sitting and it keeps mice from entering your vehicle.