You Can Help Lighten Up the Landfills!
One of the best ways to become eco-friendly and help protect our environment is by recycling. You can recycle at the curb, the recycling station, or by reusing materials at home.
Waste Not Want Not: Uses For Household Trash
The waste we generate is creating problems that are already having, and will continue to have, huge ramifications. Here are some ways to reuse the waste we create, without having to throw it away.
Did The Older Generation Ruin The Environment?
This young person is blaming the older generation for not taking care of the environment and passing the resulting mess on to them. As a senior citizen myself, I beg to differ!
A New Use For Plastic Bottle Caps
Here’s another way to get more out of those plastic bottles that so many things come in!
This infographic on recycling will show you that any little steps you take do count!
Recyling Just One Aluminum Can
You know that guy, the one who digs through the trash cans at work and walks all around the parking lot collecting aluminum cans that have been thrown away?
Super Simple DIY Outdoor Table
This is so easy it’s laughable! And it’s great looking and very functional. All you need to be able to do is paint and hammer a few nails.
A Recycled Boot
Have you got an old boot that is just too worn out to use, or maybe one that your kids have outgrown?
What to do with those 20 ounce pop bottles? Grab a couple of wooden spoons, a small threaded eye bolt with a nut, and some string. Use a knife to poke the holes for the spoons and the eye bolt, push the spoons through their holes and tighten the eye bolt with it’s nut inside the […]
Recycling Old Suitcases
Here is a creative use for some old suitcases, possibly found out in the garage or up in the attic, or at a thrift store. Clean them up, then cut them to a standard depth, using a saw, and mount on the wall to create a unique set of shelves.
Bonus – there’s extra storage space inside each suitcase!