I came up with this recipe after seeing recipe after recipe of Egg Salad that called for relish. I HATE RELISH so it is NEVER in the house and I’m not about to buy it just for the one thing that I make that calls for it. So, thankfully I was able to mesh a few recipes together and the final product is pretty good.
Dryer balls. When I first heard about them I thought that they sounded pretty nutty. However, now that I understand HOW they work, it’s not nutty at all. Here’s what I’ve learned about dryer balls. What are they? Dryer balls are usually plastic or wool balls (around the size of a tennis ball) that you put in the dryer (go figure) with your clothes. A lot of the time, especially
Update 10/31/16: *This recipe now has been refinished and can be found here. It now has a much better free printable recipe card AND more/better pictures. Enjoy!* Oh my gosh! My grandma makes THE BEST Soft Molasses cookies! There is just the right amount of spice and the texture is to die for! They even freeze really well and still taste really fresh when you thaw
Here are some tips for saving money when buying: Make a list, as far out as you can think ahead, of things that your family will need. I try to project our needs for at least a year in advance. Remember, planning ahead and being patient will save you tons of money. When buying second hand don’t be afraid of a little dirt, or needing to wash something. With
Crossing something off your list of needs feels pretty good. It feels even better when it costs you a fraction of what it would have been brand new. You don’t have to wake up at dawn or stay out all day to find good deals at yard sales. Last Saturday I hit three (starting at 8:30 am) and made off like a bandit. I spent slightly over an hour
It’s ok if your only reason for going “Green” is to save yourself some…money that is. That’s why my husband and I started making more environmentally friendly choices. We started by looking for less expensive/wasteful ways of doing things because it’s silly(and kinda irresponsible) to spend hard earned money when you don’t have to. One way of doing this was to replace our disposable furnace filters with one washable one. We bought