March 21st, 2017 by David Triplet

I have so many t-shirts that I really should just turn into rags or toss in the trash. But when it comes time to part with them, I can’t bare to — they all hold some sort of meaning to me.

Whether it’s an old shirt I got at a family reunion or one that is far too small, but was one of my favorites as a kid, I may never throw them out. But now that I’ve discovered this adorable DIY, I think I’ve found a way to reuse them in a new way around my home — while never having to trash them entirely.

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Here’s how to make your favorite tees into a simple plant holder.

This will definitely help me clean out my closet a little bit…will you try this trick with any of your shirts?

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February 22nd, 2017 by admin

Consider this: the average American household spends over $750 on fruits and vegetables every year. That’s a lot of money that you could be saving with a simple backyard produce garden. Sure, having a garden is no small task, but getting one started is a lot simpler than you think. All you need are some kitchen scraps from the fruits and veggies you want to grow…

And to think, you were going to throw out that bottom part of the celery! If you maintain your crops, keep the critters away, and harvest the fruits of your labor (we had to!), you’ll be saving money at the grocery store in no time.

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