I'm frugal. I'm cheap. I do not like to part company with money that I work hard for. I especially don't like to spend money on things that I can make for free or purchase second-hand. Today's blog post that I wrote over at Sow True Seed is about how to make or procure materials... Continue Reading →
Today I wrote another blog post for SowTrue Seed. In keeping with things to do to prepare for the coming garden season, this post is about good seed storage techniques to get the longest life out of your seeds. Read it here! Happy Seeding!
Last week I wrote my first of what will be a bi-weekly series on garden goodness at Sow True Seed. Here is the link to my article which is about organizing your seed inventory for accurate new seed ordering and garden planning. I hope you like it! Happy Seeding! ~Angie
Hydrogen peroxide is the only germicidal agent composed only of water and oxygen. Like ozone, it kills disease organisms by oxidation! Hydrogen peroxide is considered the worlds safest all natural effective sanitizer. It kills microorganisms by oxidizing them, which can be best described as a controlled burning process. When Hydrogen peroxide reacts with organic material... Continue Reading →
Today’s modern home is loaded with toxic and polluting substances designed to make domestic life easier. In the US, 1 in 3 people suffer from allergies, asthma, sinusitis or bronchitis (US National Center for Health Statistics). Treatment for these conditions should include reducing synthetic chemicals in the home environment. This cleaner is ridiculously easy to... Continue Reading →
I'm a huge tinkerer. I love experimenting, with recipes I eat and recipes for homemade cleaners and beauty products. Sometimes it is really confusing and time consuming to figure out and compare different recipes from different authors. It seems everyone has her own favorite measurement units. Cups, ounces, milliliters, teaspoons, tablespoons and drops… Yipes! For... Continue Reading →
Root cellars are for keeping food supplies at a low temperature and steady humidity. They keep food from freezing during the winter and keep food cool during the summer months to prevent spoilage. Typically, a variety of vegetables are placed in the root cellar in the autumn, after harvesting. A secondary use for the root... Continue Reading →
I have been making my own laundry detergent for a couple years now. I started for three reasons: one, I love to make useful things- two, I couldn't resist the fact that it would save me SO much money- and three, I have always had easily irritated skin, and making my own detergent is a... Continue Reading →