Hacks

How to Make Your Own Toothpaste

Make Your Own DIY Toothpaste to Save Money and Limit Chemicals Making your own toothpaste is an inexpensive and eco-friendly alternative to commercial toothpaste that are loaded with artificial sweeteners and other nasty, unnecessary chemicals. There are some great natural toothpaste available, which are excellent alternatives to the major brands, but some of these still Click here to continue reading…

Storing Ginger: 7 tricks to Preserve the Tuber

Read here how you should store ginger and how you can use leftover ginger in order to throw away less of the healthy food. For the most Recipes all you need is a thumb-sized piece of ginger. However, ginger bulbs are significantly larger. So what to do with the rest of the ginger? And above all: what should you Click here to continue reading…

Frying Minced Meat: 7 mistakes We all Make

What can you do wrong with frying minced meat? A whole lot! We reveal how to do it right – in our hack hacks! Frying minced meat should be one of the first cooking steps that every complete beginner takes. Except for the fried egg. Understandable, because minced meat is cheap and can be prepared in a variety of Click here to continue reading…

Where to Find Free Business Plan Templates

You may find it easier to get started on writing a business plan if you create the document from a template. Where can you find free downloads & examples? You may well have all the knowledge and information you need to start writing your business plan in your head, but getting it down on paper Click here to continue reading…

Cooking Pasta? Here are some tips

People who choose cooking as a leisure activity are familiar with pasta. Almost everyone who has cooked anything have cooked noodles but most of them tend to end up with overcooked or undercooked noodles as it’s not easy to make perfectly cooked noodles. This generally happens because of applying wrong cooking methods. Even some veteran Click here to continue reading…

How to Store Vegetables and Herbs

I go to the markets every Sunday and buy lots of fresh fruit and vegetables to use over the whole week. I can’t stand buying produce from the supermarket, where it practically goes off as soon as I leave the store as if I’ve taken it off life support. Most vegetables generally only last 3-5 Click here to continue reading…

Christmas Gift Basket Ideas

Gift baskets not only allow those doing the giving to personalize their gift more, but also to get more creative in the gifts themselves. Baskets are functional and many people love them and will use them well after the gift inside has been removed.  However, not every recipient can or will make use of a Click here to continue reading…

Post-Christmas Clean-Up Tips

Christmas is one of the most joyous times of the year. But there’s one aspect of the holiday that brings joy to few: cleaning up. The tree, the snow-painted windows and much more all present tasks that, frankly, we would prefer someone else deal with. If you can afford that, it’s one excellent post-Dec 25th Click here to continue reading…

Decorating Ideas for the Holidays

When times get bad, people take comfort in the familiar. This year Americans are returning to traditional holiday decorations. According to a recent survey, people expect to shop for lights, candles, and other traditional items. They reported their colors of choice were traditional reds and greens. The holidays bring out our creative urges. It’s hard Click here to continue reading…

Christmas Decorating Ideas

Christmas is most definitely the best time of the year. It is also the most expensive and the most decorative. How is one to decorate on a budget? Here are a few suggestions: Christmas Card Decorating Christmas cards are always a plus during the season, but they often end up being placed on the counter Click here to continue reading…