Are bananas good for you? Yes, very much so! Let’s explore 30 benefits of bananas, discuss several different varieties, and even touch on growing our own.
Learning how to build a solar dehydrator is easier than you may think. It’s a fun project that will equip you with an inexpensive solution for drying food.
Our homemade dishwasher detergent (soap) and natural rinse agent work great, are simple, and have been successfully tested by homemakers all over the country!
This basic homemade mustard recipe is much better than store bought and is perfect as a base for many other recipes. Tip: blend in herbs for a healthy kick!
Every now and then, on evenings when I don’t have much to do and my kids are in bed, I give myself a little spa night. It usually involves Netflix,…
This homemade garden bug spray, made from hot peppers, is a proven pest deterrent for your organic garden. Just mix it up, spray it on, and watch it work!
Children love to explore their environment, so when they discover plants, compile the results in a nature journal so they have a record of what they find!
These 25 soap making tips will save you a lot of time and trouble. Years of mistakes and trial-and-error have forged the soap making secrets you’re about to discover!
This mayonnaise recipe is a staple in our home and mayo is tops on my list of “things to never buy at the store again.” Tip: blend in herbs for a healthy kick!
We use homemade jewelry cleaner because commercial cleaners are expensive and full of chemicals. Trial and error has proven this solution to be most effective.
This compost tea recipe is made using the wild, beneficial herb comfrey. Making compost tea is fun and it helps save money on trash removal and fertilizer!
Know how to make liquid soap? Sure, you can grate bar soap, add hot water, & wait a few days. But we’ve mastered making REAL liquid soap for hands, body, dishes, & more!
Kale smoothie recipes are all over the Internet. Unfortunately they may be leading you astray. Discover the true secret to a healthy kale smoothie here.
Learn how to keep birds out of your garden naturally. Birds do eat mosquitos and wasps, but it’s best if they keep their appetites away from our gardens!