by Texas Homesteader ~ *contains affiliate link – There are many ways I repurpose empty coffee cans to fill a need on the Homestead or replace something I would otherwise have to buy. Check out this Homestead Hack for using a repurposed coffee can in the laundry room.
~Texas Homesteader~ I have a never-ending supply of ponytail holders and I need look no further than my rag bag using elastic from old socks.
by Texas Homesteader ~ You say you’ve decided to pull out that can of paint you’ve had in the shed and go ahead & repaint the bathroom? Good for you! If you’re like me, painting always (aaaaaalways) involves paint being splattered on my clothes. No matter how careful I am! I used to dig in […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ *contains affiliate link How do I keep honey pouring neat when I refuse to use those plastic squeezy-bears? Honey jars seemed too expensive but I wanted something quality and made of glass. Luckily I’ve found an awesome solution. Come check out this Homestead Hack.
by Texas Homesteader~ Recently I cooked some great northern beans. They were delicious & we enjoyed them as a side dish for that evening’s meal. I served them later in the week as a quick side dish also. But then I wondered… Is there a more exciting way to serve these beans that will have […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ Do you need a simple way to remember to turn off the stove or to take something with you when you leave the house? How about an easy way to remember to bring something home with you when you’re out visiting others? Check out this Homestead Hack.
by Texas Homesteader ~ You should never flush cooking grease and fat down your kitchen sink. It’s an expensive clog waiting to happen. The question is… how do you dispose of it? Don’t worry, it’s easy – check out this Homestead Hack.
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!