How to Freeze Food in Glass Jars

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: UPDATE: Here are some glass-breaking tips and the honest-to-goodness-true best way to freeze food in glass jars. It seems that every day a new report comes out on the dangers of something or another toxin in various materials, doesn't it? Bisphenol-A in plastics is one of…

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Moving Out of Your Home? Here is Why You Should Call a Junk Removal Service before You Move

Moving out of your old home and settling into a new one is a process full of mixed emotions; it is a time when you have a lot on your plate. One major chunk on that plate is the entire moving process: packing all your stuff, clearing the junk, loading, transportation, unloading, unpacking at the…

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What to Do with Your Stuff After Decluttering

During the quarantine, you may have done a little bit of decluttering to make productive use of your time. If so, you are likely left with a ton of stuff you no longer want or need. Putting everything in the Dumpster may be a waste, especially for items that are still useful and in good…

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Smart Savings to Make in Your Home

Do you struggle to save money? You’re not alone. It can be difficult to save, especially if you feel like your income is stretched. If cutting back on your everyday spending is difficult, why not look at ways you can cut back at home? Making some changes to your typical habits could save you a…

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Three More Things You Do NOT Have to Throw Away!

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: I'm always very proud of the small amount of trash our family produces in a week and wish we could have even less recycling, but packaging continues to come into our house, grrr... We use reusable snack and sandwich bags, washable hankies and cleaning rags (my…

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Earth Day Repurposing: 101 Ways to Reuse Your Trash

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: If you visited my house, you might wonder why I have an old sock hanging on top of my toilet scrub brush in the bathroom. Of course, after reading this, you won't have to ask.... I've been collecting all the crazy ways I reuse items that…

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Does Garbage Decompose? The Myth and What You Can Do About It

The following post is from Emily of Live Renewed: Have you ever thought about what happens to your trash after the garbage truck hauls it off to the landfill? Not exactly a fun topic to dwell on right?! I think we’re all pretty aware that our society produces A LOT of waste. We fill our…

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A Baggie Here, a Baggie There (& How to Store Toys that Drive You Nuts!)

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: Sometimes the easiest things are still worth mentioning. I was watching my husband peel the biggest plastic bag you ever did see off a new mattress today and thinking about my modest little pile of “plastic bags to reuse so I don't have to throw them…

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