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Laughing burns calories.
I put a paper towel or a napkin in my zip-type bags of vegetables. They absorb the condensation from the vegetables and keep the environment dry, which preserves the vegetables’ refrigerator life. I change the paper when I notice it getting too damp.
What you eat in private shows in public. Stay honest with yourself.
"When you live on cash, you understand the limits of the world around which you navigate each day. Credit leads into a desert with invisible boundaries." -Anton Chekhov (Russian author and playwright, 1860-1904)
Honest Tea is a line of bottled teas, very similar to Snapple, but all organic w/ no chemicals, additives, preservatives or artificial junk. They also use a fraction of the sugar compared to Snapple. Very healthy and natural.
Before you send that sofa to the trash heap, remove the fabric from the back. In most cases, that fabric is like new. You can use it to make throw pillows or valances, donate it, or, if it’s leather, make a purse.
To check the freshness of the spices in your pantry, go to www.McCormick.com and click on “Spices 101.” Use the codes on the McCormick jar to learn how old your spices are.
Instead of throwing out broccoli stems, grate them and add them to salads or slaw. Or peel and cut them into sticks, as you would carrots, to eat as a snack. Broccoli sticks are yummy and good for you, too.
Use toothpaste to remove pen or magic marker from nearly any hard surface - stained wood, plastic, baby doll faces, walls, flooring. It's very effective. Just don’t use whitening varieties on colored surfaces.