I am a leftover-saving nut. But in my house leftover rice is often thrown away. Whether it’s homemade or from the Chinese restaurant we love so much, rice is typically only good same-day…or MAYBE one day later. I got this tip from a cookbook of mine: To make leftover rice just as good as day
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Today’s tip is a fun one! Next time you think about giving away or throwing out an old tie, think again. My friend Lauralee found this SUPER cute and EASY BREEZY baby tie tutorial. She made two for her adorable little boys, and passed the tip along to me. Now, I don’t have a crafty bone in my
I saw THIS video on the Today Show, and died over it. Some of these ideas are so cute and seem easy to do! For example, you simply turn an old tank top inside out, sew the bottom, flip it back, and voila! A cute tote! I’m now regretting all those old tanks I threw
Got an old cell phone lying around that you just don’t need any more? Wedding dress? Clothes? Books? Many of us simply throw things out to clear space or get rid of things that we don’t need any more. Sometimes we’ll even donate these to The Salvation Army or Goodwill (which is great, we should
As many of you know, I’m a huge believer in Loving Your LEFTOVERS! One site that has saved my life is Allrecipes.com. You type in the ingredients you need to use up, and BAM – it spits out a bunch of amazing recipes based around those ingredients. Click HERE for great leftover chicken recipe ideas.
I don’t know if you have noticed, but children’s books are E-X-P-E-N-S-I-V-E . In fact, they cost just as much as an adult hard-back book! It’s ridiculous. To save LOTS of money, don’t buy new…buy used. Go to any library and ask for used children’s books. Often times they have entire shelves for sale, or