by Texas Homesteader ~ I always feel panic when an unexpected visitor is on their way to visit. That’s when I need to incorporate the fastest tidying tactics to get our home company ready. Thankfully it’s easy to do, I’m sharing some tips to get your home looking tidy FAST for unexpected company.
by Texas Homesteader ~ Are you looking to easily make your own simple homemade cleaning products from items you already have in your home? Homemade cleaners are typically cheaper, more eco friendly and result in much less chemicals in your home too. I’m sharing how I make everything from laundry products to body products to […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ Mirror and window cleaning can be done quickly, easily and streak-free using these simple eco-friendly tips. No need for commercial glass cleaners to get a beautiful streak-free shine.
by Texas Homesteader~ I was thrilled to find a soapberry tree growing in our NE Texas property. I found it far back in a remote pasture. The berries on the tree had already turned yellow in those cool autumn days. As a matter of fact, it was the yellow orbs that attracted my attention to […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ I’ve found an easier way to measure ingredients for recipes I use often. I weigh them instead of using measuring cups. It’s faster than digging out measuring cups and there’s less cleanup too. Just place your bowl on the scale, tare the weight to zero and add ingredients. Brilliant!
by Texas Homesteader ~ Is stuck-on food frustrating you while cleaning your cast-iron skillet? I’ve found an EASY way to get it clean. Check out my lazy-cook’s method!
by Texas Homesteader ~ We found pet stains on our carpet. Even using a professional carpet cleaning service failed to permanently remove that carpet stain. But this inexpensive homemade stain treatment worked perfectly. And the stain never reappeared!
by Texas Homesteader ~ Don’t you hate to have a narrow-neck jar that you just can’t reach with a bottle brush to clean? I’ve often wondered how you could effectively clean those wonderful but odd-shaped bottles & jars. Check out this Homestead Hack, y’all!