Store plastice grocery bags in a used paper towel cardboard roll. Keep one in your car to collect wrappers on road trips. Reuse bags as liners for small trash cans. Knot dirty diapers in side to trap the smell. AND, they work well to pooper-scooper after Fido!
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I cook a whole pound of spaghetti or rice at once and freeze it in single serving sizes. This saves me time at night and I don't have to worry about how much dry spaghetti or rice to cook to get 1 serving -
I freeze it in self-sealing plastic bags (like Ziploc) and use a permanent marker to label the bag with the contents, quantity, and date -
As soon as I unpack my groceries from my reusable grocery bags, I put the empty bags near the door that is on my way outside. This way I can grab them on the next trip out to the car and have them ready for my next shopping trip.341
When I get to my favorite grocery store, there are large signs around the parking lots reminding customers not to forget their shopping bags.
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