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Learn what the recycling labels on your packaging means at www.recyclenow.com

Learn what the recycling labels on your packaging means at www.recyclenow.com

Want to create a happy, healthy home you love? Here are five easy tips to help you live a little more green and feel good in your home! Green Tip #1: Keep it simple...

Want to create a happy, healthy home you love? Here are five easy tips to help you live a little more green and feel good in your home! Green Tip #1: Keep it simple...

Do you often view DIY projects as tricks performed by craft-based magicians? Do you find when a DIY task is labeled “easy,” what they actually seem to mean...

Do you often view DIY projects as tricks performed by craft-based magicians? Do you find when a DIY task is labeled “easy,” what they actually seem to mean...

Make your kitchen recycling area slick and sleek – go for a monochrome scheme with clear labels #IKEAIDEAS #IKEAFAMILYMAG

Make your kitchen recycling area slick and sleek – go for a monochrome scheme with clear labels #IKEAIDEAS #IKEAFAMILYMAG

Well-made and a little different than the average ball. Like that its 100% recyclable and made in the USA without BPA and other toxic substances. The label actually indicates it can go in the dishwasher - which is a great & easy way to clean dog toys! All considering - it's a good value for the $. - Pamela from New York

Well-made and a little different than the average ball. Like that its 100% recyclable and made in the USA without BPA and other toxic substances. The label actually indicates it can go in the dishwasher - which is a great & easy way to clean dog toys! All considering - it's a good value for the $. - Pamela from New York

Here are 5 easy ways you can begin to reduce, reuse and recycle in your everyday life.   1. Use a reusable tote bag for all your shopping needs.  2. Recycle your paper and plastic.  3. Carpool with a friend. 4. Cut up old t-shirts for cleaning rags.  5. Avoid paper, plastic and Styrofoam plates and cups.     #Reuse, #Recycle, #Reduce, #Upcycle

Here are 5 easy ways you can begin to reduce, reuse and recycle in your everyday life. 1. Use a reusable tote bag for all your shopping needs. 2. Recycle your paper and plastic. 3. Carpool with a friend. 4. Cut up old t-shirts for cleaning rags. 5. Avoid paper, plastic and Styrofoam plates and cups. #Reuse, #Recycle, #Reduce, #Upcycle

wine retailer to save old bottles for us (leftover from their weekly wine tastings and totally f-r-e-e). Once at home we made sure they were squeaky clean and hand labeled ‘em with a sharpie (which never rubbed off or faded in case you’re wondering). We used all the green bottles to hold water, brown bottles for sweet tea and clear ones for homemade mint lemonade

wine retailer to save old bottles for us (leftover from their weekly wine tastings and totally f-r-e-e). Once at home we made sure they were squeaky clean and hand labeled ‘em with a sharpie (which never rubbed off or faded in case you’re wondering). We used all the green bottles to hold water, brown bottles for sweet tea and clear ones for homemade mint lemonade

removing labels off glass jars - remove most of the label with hot water inside the jar, or whole jar submerged in cold water - then olive oil or nailpolish remover rubbed on the remainder of the label, using a paper cloth.

removing labels off glass jars - remove most of the label with hot water inside the jar, or whole jar submerged in cold water - then olive oil or nailpolish remover rubbed on the remainder of the label, using a paper cloth.