There are many simple, frugal (or FREE) ways to reduce waste in your kitchen. These simple steps can make a huge impact in reducing the amount of landfill trash spilling from your home. It’s EASY, come see this handy list!
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.
Zero-waste seed starting using repurposed cardboard. Just plant seeds in cardboard tubes and when you’re ready to plant the seedlings you can transfer them – cardboard tube & all – right in the garden! The cardboard will decompose and enrich the soil too.
Here’s a cute Christmas gift idea. A snowman treat jar. It comes together in minutes using repurposed materials. I filled an oversized peanut butter jar with inexpensive homemade sweet trail mix. Paint on black buttons, tie on a scarf and you’re done!
That old sock is clean but it has holes in it. So it’s good for nothing but the trash now, right?
Wait a minute now. I’m able to repurpose an old clean holey sock in several different and actually very useful ways. That way the old sock gets several more uses before it’s finally destined for the trash.