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DIY Eco-Friendly Dishwasher Soap

Here is a “do it yourself” all natural and eco-friendly recipe to replace that harsh toxic chemically dishwasher soap you may be using right now. When you think about it… You eat off your plate everyday… You drink out of your cups, and stick cutlery in your mouth. Imagine how much toxicity you are exposed to if your dishes are covered in a chemical residue. Not only is this recipe the healthier option for yourself and our planet, but it’s actually cheaper for you in the long run! Ingredients: 1 cup of 20 Mule Team Borax1 cup of Arm and Hammer washing soda½ cup kosher salt½ cup citric acid Directions: Mix all the ingredients together and store in a glass...

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EASY Do-It-Yourself: Make Your Own Toiletry Travel Wrap

Do you travel a lot and never know where to put your toiletries? This handy little travel wrap is the perfect item to conveniently place all of your toiletry items when you`re on the go. You can sew the pockets to any size you want and make it compact enough to fit in any large bag! Materials Needed: One handtowelSewing KitToiletries Instructions: Place the towel on the table and bring the bottom upwards to make one large fold Sew the sides up to make one pocket. Place toiletries inside to determine where to sew smaller pockets. Once measured out, sew up the line. Place toiletries in pockets and roll up!

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How To Create A Bottomless Supply Of Nutrient Dense Soil

Compost is important because it adds nutrients back into the soil and improves its structure. Plants grown in this soil thrive and are extremely nutrient dense compared to produce that is grown in a industrial mono-crop style. It is the traditional and sustainable way to grow real food. This soil is perfect for gardening, for potted plants around the house and even for the grass out on your lawn.  The materials you’ll need: Large trash can with a lid that locks on Platform of some sort (you can use bricks or pieces of 2×4 wood Screws (to attach platform to trash can) Drill with large drill bit Directions: Drill holes along the sides of your trash can, as well as...

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How To Turn Your Trash Into Food

What do you do with your food scraps? Do you throw them away with the rest of your garbage to rot in a landfill. Or do you have a little bit of a green thumb and compost your fruit and veg left overs? Here’s a great way to reuse your food scraps to turn them into something nutritiously delicious. Get a big tupperware container that fits in your freezer and throw your food scraps in there. Save the skins, innards and ends of fruits and vegetables, even eggshells, thats right egg shells. When the tub gets full, throw the scraps in a big pot and cover with water. Bring to a boil and cook it for about an hour. Strain...

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