Weekend Wanderings

25 Easy and Inexpensive Ways to Help the Environment – #17 shocked me!

How to Remove Static Cling from Clothes – I’m interested in the wool laundry balls.  Have any of you had success with those?

S’Mores Muffins – Yes, Please!

This is why we drink whole milk.  And eat real butter.  Healthy Fats Make Healthy Children.

Encouragement for all the Frustrated, Impatient, Tired Mommies of Little Ones – {shhhh, she might be talking to me}

 

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the link love. :)

  2. I made some wool balls out of yarn that I felted, and I also have a ball of aluminum foil that I toss in the dryer with them. I honestly haven’t noticed any decrease in static. I *have* noticed since I stopped using fabric softener that I think clothes washed with the stuff are too strong smelling. :>)

  3. I made some wool balls out of yarn that I felted, and I also have a ball of aluminum foil that I toss in the dryer with them. I honestly haven’t noticed any decrease in static. I *have* noticed since I stopped using fabric softener that I think clothes washed with the stuff are too strong smelling. :>) And? It takes several washings for the smell to fade. That weirds me out a little bit. (why, yes, my mother did wash some of Goose’s clothes last time she stayed there… why do you ask? :>))

  4. S’more muffins? Oh YUM!

    And thank you so much for sharing my post for the tired, frustrated moms out there just like me. That was definitely a breakthrough moment for me. I hope to be able to call on it the next time. :)

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