This is strictly "Do as I say, not as I do!"
People in Thailand eating recooked food that was pulled from trash. Scientist in Japan created burger from human excrement.
There are times when sentiments are better expressed in your native tongue. To my Filipino friends, this is just something that needed to be shared.
We throw many things that are still usable and then buy something else to replace it. This is a waste of energy and our money. Before you throw anything away, take a careful look at it and see if there is any way you can continue to use it. You can repaint furniture and rethink it’s usefulness. Maybe someone you know could use it. If all else fails, donate it to the thrift store.
We often like to collect things or hold onto certain items. But, have you gone beyond what is normal into what is called hoarding? Here are some signs that this may be an issue.
We all have them at one time or another around our homes. I’m talking about Bleach Jugs. Once empty we toss them, and buy another. Here is some tricks you can use for those empty jugs. Read more.. .. .
Back in grade school, we Baby Boomers learned not to be litterbugs, but………
They can get out of control but here are a few tips to ensure that you have a fun filled but relatively sane house party!
We live in a glutted world of materialism and much of what we own we don’t use or have it in some storage bin, closet or garage. Much of what we have we seldom or rarely use and commercialism compels us to buy buy buy. Especially around holidays, Mother’s day, Father’s Day, Christmas or Hanakah or Birthdays, anniversaries and weddings and showers. While some things are useful and practical and we use regularly others we hate, use once, or never have use. This is about cleaning your life of clutter.