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Multiple Uses for Everyday Household Items Can Save You Money

Multiple Uses for Everyday Household Items Can Save You Money
As retail prices go up and with grocery bills constantly getting more expensive—especially for growing families—I’m always looking for ways to save on money, find good deals, and stretch the use of a product to get the most out of it. I’ve been known to roll toothpaste until every last drop is out of the tube, reuse Ziplock bags regularly, and opt for repurposing plastic bottles to store coins and other loose items around the house. If, like me, you find yourself always on the hunt for ways to save money, here are 15 ways to repurpose everyday household items and keep more cash in your pocket.

7 Last-Minute DIY Kid Halloween Costumes

7 Last-Minute DIY Kid Halloween Costumes
It’s funny how Halloween can just creep up on you sometimes. Life gets crazy like that, especially with lots of little ones running around zapping up your energy, time, and brain thoughts. But don’t worry—when it comes to last-minute DIY kid Halloween costumes we have you covered. Here are seven that you can make on the cheap and in minutes from household items.

Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle: 10 DIY Household Hacks to Make from Recycled Products

Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle: 10 DIY Household Hacks to Make from Recycled Products

Did you know that Americans toss away nearly 5 pounds of garbage every day? Every day. And, collectively, the United States produces 254 million tons of waste every year, according to the EPA. That’s just bonkers!

Imagine, then, if we were just a tad bit more cognizant of the waste we’re disposing. And imagine what just a small amount of recycling and reusing per person can do collectively on a large scale. To work towards that goal, think twice about throwing out that empty shampoo bottle or rickety ladder. Instead, here are 10 cool projects you can tackle with everyday items you’d normally toss or recycle and, by doing so, you can shrink your carbon footprint—one less item in a landfill!

Now that’s something to feel good about.