I recently had a thought, do paper plates/disposable dishware really save money? So I decided to calculate a bit. If a person were to use 3 paper plates per day would equal roughly 1100 paper plates per year and assuming roughly $5 per 100 plates would equal $50 - $60 per year. Now here’s the … Continue reading Do Paper Plates Save Money?
There is a cheap way to build your personal art collection and stimulate your mind. Turn on a audiobook, a podcast, or even a YouTube playlist that you want to listen to and while it’s going in the background work on a puzzle. You can get a lot of great puzzles inexpensively. And if you … Continue reading A Cheap Way to build your Art Collection
It's Spring and I have a some changes and experiments this year to share with you. And more to come! https://youtu.be/k8sm-QRtbCg
I’m a conservative but I have some progressive thoughts on the climate change solution. Please read to the end. As a Christian, I believe that my faith is to impact every part of my life and worldview. I remember the attempt to indoctrinate us that global warming was about to kill us just a few … Continue reading Here’s my Conservative-Progressive idea for the Environment
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF5wsMzEzug For those of you who have been following the blog for sometime, you likely know that gardening and homesteading projects are enjoyable hobbies of mine (and if you didn't know that, know you do). This year, a positive of the pandemic "at homeness" has been more time to grow and tend a larger garden. … Continue reading 2020 Gardening Year in Review