Making Napkin Rings

Last week I wrote a post about making cloth napkins. I mentioned a tip I had picked up from another site about using different napkin rings for each member of the family. Used, but not too dirty napkins can then be saved and identified for later use by putting them in the napkin rings. This […]

Making Cloth Napkins

After reading a number of posts on other blogs about using cloth napkins rather than paper ones, I decided to make the switch at our house. I started by going to the thrift store to see what I could find. I came home with 8-10 napkins which we tried out as soon as I washed […]

Make Your Own Foaming Hand Soap

We go through a lot of hand soap in this house. I’m glad. It means we’re washing off dirt and germs. Sometimes my boys don’t wash their hands as well as they should (I know this when I see dirt on the towel), but at least they are in the habit of washing. Here’s what […]

Milling Whole Grain Sorghum

After writing the post about milling your own gluten-free flour, I decided that I really should try buying and milling whole grain sorghum. I bought this sorghum from Twin Valley Mills. They only sell 30 pounds, but you can buy smaller quantities of flour. I paid about $15 for the sorghum and $25 for shipping! […]

Freecycle Fun

What is Freecycle? “It’s a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (& getting) stuff for free in their own towns. It’s all about reuse and keeping good stuff out of landfills.” Basically, you join a yahoo freecycle group in your area. When you have something to give away you post an […]

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