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7 Storage Solutions You Didn’t Know You Had

7 Storage Solutions You Didn’t Know You Had Because I just love to organize my home , I’m always looking for easy storage ideas! I like for everything to be in it’s place, out of the way, and easy to find. I’ve discovered that there are actually quite a few other easy and cheap ways to organize …

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Freezer Friendly Foods: 30 Foods You Probably Didn’t Even Know You Could Freeze

Freezer Friendly Foods: 30 Foods You Probably Didn’t Even Know You Could Freeze Every savvy shopper knows you should buy in bulk when food items are on sale and find ways to preserve them until needed. While canning, pickling, and dehydrating foods all have their uses and merits, there is a much simpler way to …

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4 Wild Teas Every Survivalist Should Know

4 Wild Teas Every Survivalist Should Know Having a warm beverage in a survival situation can be a valuable asset. In cold weather, a warm tea can fortify you against hypothermia and provide you with vital hydration at the same time.  Add some vitamins or medicinal properties to that tea and that’s even better. Knowing …

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Off Grid – What You Need To Know About Wind Turbines

Off Grid – What You Need To Know About Wind Turbines Make sure you like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget. For most people, paying utility bills is a tiresome and frustrating task. What if there …

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24 Scouting Knots You Should Know

24 Scouting Knots You Should Know A knot is a method of fastening or securing linear material such as rope by tying or interweaving. It may consist of a length of one or several segments of rope, string, webbing, twine, strap, or even chain interwoven such that the line can bind to itself or to …

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Everything You Need To Know About Water pumping windmills

Everything You Need To Know About Water pumping windmills  The windmill’s wheel (fan) has 15 to 40 galvanized steel blades which spin around on a shaft. The shaft drives a geared mechanism that converts rotary motion to an up-and-down motion like a piston in a car engine. That motion drives a long pump rod (aka …

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