We had salisbury steak in crockpot for dinner and it turned out wonderful! Using my dehydrated mushrooms and 80 % lean ground beef and Thrive Life beef ...
Tips No. 70. It’s time to organize your freezer (Part I).Having a neat and tidy freezer will save your time, energy, and money. Here are a few pointers for organizing and cleaning out your freezer.a. Unplug your freezer and remove the ice from the freezer trays.b. Ditch anything that has expired. Get rid of freezer-burnt food. Toss the food that you will never eat.c. Clean your freezer thoroughly. Scrub it with a sponge, water, mild soap or homemade cleaner. Clean up the drawers and detachable shelves. Wipe down the walls of your freezer with paper towels.d. Add drawers, shelves and the food back. Seal your food in food-saver bags.Put these tips into practice and you will enjoy your frozen food!
Tips No. 162. Declutter your bedroom and sleep peacefully.Within the walls of our home, we try to live a balanced life. The key to a balanced life is organization. Bedroom allows us to express our creativity through organizing and decorating. In terms of creativity, do you really need a footboard? If you have a tiny bedroom, it can be a completely unnecessary piece of furniture. Therefore, put your desk instead of the footboard. Great idea!Remember – Take control of your clutter! Everyone can designate five minutes a day to put things away. Remove anything that doesn’t belong in the bedroom and go to sleep.
Tips No. 258. Keep your magazines neatly organized (Part II).There are a lot of extraordinary ways to sort your magazines.a. A stylish crate on wheels is a great way to organize your magazines.b. Consider hanging decorative buckets and bins and find a perfect home for your favorite magazine collections.c. You can opt for an over-the-door magazine storage pockets.You can use these ideas to organize all your ripped out magazine pages, too. Good luck!