15+ Frugal Tips from Grandma

Frugal Tips from Grandma

15+ Frugal Tips from Grandma No one does frugal living better than a Grandma. Grandma lived through the Great Depression and the tough years afterward. She knows how to stretch a dollar and live within her means. Because of her life experiences, Grandma has frugal tips and tricks to save …

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10 Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar

10 Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar

10 Signs that You Might Have High Blood Sugar Unless you have diabetes, chances are you rarely, if ever, check your blood sugar. Even if you don’t have diabetes or lack a family history of diabetes, you should care about your diet and blood sugar. A high blood sugar causes …

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11 Creative Things To Make With 55 Gallon Plastic Barrels

Awesome Things To Make With 55 Gallon Plastic Barrels

11 Creative Things To Make With 55 Gallon Plastic Barrels While you might not have a 55 gallon drum just laying around your home, they’re a perfect material to use on your homestead. you can get them online for next to nothing, You can use 55 gallon drums for feeding farm …

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How to Make Gummy Bears

How to Make Gummy Bears

How to Make Gummy Bears Have you ever wished that you could make your own gummy bears? Making homemade regular and sour gummy bears is surprisingly easy, and you only need a few ingredients! Compared to the ingredients on the package from the store, homemade gummy bears have fewer ingredients …

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How To Convert An Old Washing Machine Into a Water Powered Generator

How To Convert An Old Washing Machine Into a Water Powered Generator

How To Convert An Old Washing Machine Into a Water Powered Generator -New Improved model- WARNING: This video is intended for information purposes only, working with electricity can be dangerous, If you are not qualified, please consult an electrician before attempting any wiring shown in this video. I’ve been living …

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Plantain: The Pharmacy in the Sidewalks

Plantain: The Pharmacy in the Sidewalks

Plantain: The Pharmacy in the Sidewalks Every spring, summer, and fall you can find this little plant right there in the cracks of the sidewalk, mixed in with the dandelions and somehow always staying alive no matter how many times it gets stepped on. Those are the Plantains, both the …

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18 Ingenious DIY Compost Bin Ideas

18 Ingenious DIY Compost Bin Ideas

18 Ingenious DIY Compost Bin Ideas Composting is a simple way to add nutrient-rich humus which fuels plant growth and restores vitality to depleted soil. It’s also free, easy to make and good for the environment. There are lots of good reasons to compost. Save money, save resources, improve your soil …

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15 Creative Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Milk Jugs

15 Creative Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Milk Jugs

15 Creative Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Milk Jugs Are you are looking for new craft ideas? Do you want to try upcycling to save money? How about recycling those plastic bottles instead of throwing them away? Get with the kids and see which of the ideas shown here are ones …

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How to Wash and Whiten Yellowed Pillows

Wash and Whiten Yellowed Pillows

How to Wash and Whiten Yellowed Pillows Just picture yourself folding your laundry and moving over to your pillow sheets. As you start to slip the pillowcase on, you notice something. Are those yellow stains on your favorite pillow? Yuck! It’s never a good feeling to think that the things …

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8 Natural Ways to Bust a Headache

8 Natural Ways to Bust a Headache

8 Natural Ways to Bust a Headache Headaches can bring any pleasant and productive day to a screeching halt. For many, headaches come as often as multiple times per week, and from chronic pain to slight tension, they have the power to negatively affect one’s quality of life. Many factors …

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8 Wild Teas Every Survivalist Should Know

8 Wild Teas Every Survivalist Should Know

8 Wild Teas Every Survivalist Should Know  Most people think of a cup of tea as a soothing luxury, not as a tool for survival, but hot tea provides hydration, warmth, and often medicinal or nutritional value. Boiling and adding natural flavor to lake water is a good way to …

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