Oven cleaners are some of the most toxic cleaning products on store shelves today. Skip the hazardous sprays and make your own simple oven cleaner with two ingredients. My recipe for a homemade oven cleaner is just as effective as sprays you can buy at the stores – but incredibly cheaper and safer. I’ve shared this recipe – as well as my oven cleaning technique – at Keeper of the Home today.
In today’s world, concerns flood each day. Yet there is one social issue that trumps everything: the need for Jesus Christ. Image courtesy of zole4/FreeDigitalPhotos.net Without Jesus, nothing can truly be right. Sin is so prevalent in this world, and the effects of sin taint everything. With Jesus in your life, you still live in a sinful world. But you have hope. You have peace. You have a reason to help others and make a difference. You have help as you
If you buy eggs to eat, chances are you have egg cartons to dispose of – or reuse. Wondering how you can reuse egg cartons? Here are 6 different ways: 1. Chicken Farmers If you know someone who owns chickens, pass along your egg cartons – they’ll appreciate your recycling efforts. 2. Crafts If you’re looking for something creative to make – either for your artistic outlet or your kiddos’ – check out my Pinterest ideas for egg carton art.
Do you use a lot of eggs? As an incredibly affordable source of protein, my family eats an awful lot for breakfast each morning (around 6 to 8 eggs between the four of us). Until my husband builds a compost bin later this spring, we’ve been wasting a lot of eggshells – especially since eggshells are made of calcium carbonate. All of that calcium (typically 750 milligrams per egg shell) could be helping around our home. Here are 3 ways
Eggs are a fantastic – and frugal – source of protein. In case you’re looking for new egg recipes, here are 7 to try: Crustless Quiche from Accidentally Green Confetti Frittata from Ragdoll Kitchen My Recent Favorite Eggs from Titus 2 Homemaker (This is one of my favorite egg creations for breakfast, too – but I prefer to use shredded mozzarella cheese.) Bacon Cheddar Deviled Eggs from Measuring Flower Baked Eggs in Tomato Sauce from The Greenbacks Gal Hardboiled Egg
Want to know what one of my favorite perks of blogging is? Getting to know my readers. Some of you have faithfully been reading Accidentally Green for a long time. While some of you are my in-real-life friends, I’ve never met some of you. Take, for example, Tennille of Canada and Lydia of Israel. While I most likely will never meet either of these women this side of Heaven, I know I would love to sit down for a cup
Guest post by Kristy Kish I have often wondered how two boys raised by the same parents can be so different. My oldest is quiet and reserved, cautious about people and new experiences. His younger brother, in contrast, greets each morning with a challenge: “Bring it on.” He moves at fearless full speed all day long until he crashes at night in an exhausted heap. When my oldest was 6, we figured the best thing to draw him out of