Ah, the common lemon. So juicy and delicious when squeezed to make lemonade but did you know that the lemon had tons of uses around the house? This wonder of nature not only pleases our palate but can take care of so much more. Let’s take a look at all the uses for a lemon… [...]
Last week, Marcia wrote to me and asked “I have tried many websites to find where to rid my old RXs. Do you have any answers?” I sent her an email back and then realized the info I found out could be useful to many others, so I wanted to put it on the site [...]
If you are like most Americans, chances are your mailbox is filled up with mostly junk mail – Red Plum flyers (remove yourself), Pennysaver booklets (remove yourself), and credit card offers. And if you are like the above-mentioned Americans, chances are you don’t do anything about it. You just pick up your mail and drop [...]
Chances are that at your house you have running water, flushing toilets, and either a septic tank or city sewer to deal with the waste you produce. We don’t think about these things too much, taking them for granted until there is a problem with one or more of them. Often the problem is caused [...]
It is a common misconception for many people that bottled water is safer than tap, plastic bottles get recycled, and no harm is being done to the environment in the bottling process. Unfortunately, that could not be further from the truth!
If you are on a budget or just plain refuse to pay the extra for organic fruits and vegetables, there really are some good reasons to buy at least a few of those items in the organic version if you can.