Bedsheets go through a lot — nighttime sweats, thrashing around, and repeated launderings are just the start of it. But once your sheets have worn out their welcome on the bed, you can still put them to good use. Here are 15 ways your bedsheets can go on to live
I’ve recently gotten into canning, so I have lots of mason jars of all sizes sitting around. After awhile I got sick of staring at the empty jars and started looking for other ways to use them. Turns out there are quite a few!
The look of laundry floating in the breeze on a warm summer’s day is so delightfully retro, and so wonderfully country. But whether you live in the middle of the country or in the middle of an urban area, drying laundry on the line is also a modern, practical household
Plastic grocery bags catch a bad rap because they take so long to break down (and may never break down completely). But that near-eternal lifespan can work in their favor — and yours — if you give those bags a second life instead of throwing them in the trash.
I’m busy house-hunting for the first time, and even busier following good house-buying advice from friends. One of the biggest points was to write out a detailed wish list about my must-haves for a home and — surprise! — most of them are eco-friendly. Here’s my green-home priority list: