In this article I’m going to discuss how to make baking soda paste. There are a few different ways to do it, and it depends on how you want to use it. I’m also going to list a lot of uses for baking soda paste, and the environmental advantages of replacing your household products with DIY baking soda paste. Baking… Read More »How to Make Baking Soda Paste
Read time: 3 minutes, or get to the point. Most people agree that you can have too much or too little of just about everything. Our bodies are pretty unforgiving about letting us know when this is the case, as long as it’s something they need to stay alive. But even when it’s not a matter of life or death,… Read More »Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Money?
Read Time: 4 minutes, or get to the point. Affiliate Note: Some of the links in this article happen to offer commissions for online referrals. Others don’t. This doesn’t affect what I write about, but where available, I made a point of using the right type of link so that this blog will get a credit if you end up… Read More »Minimalism Tips I Learned From Backpacking
Read time: 6 minutes, or get to the point. Stoicism is defined as “the endurance of pain or hardship without the display of feelings and without complaint”. That, I’m assuming, sounds awful to most people. Why would anyone want to practice feeling pain and not displaying emotion? I’ll be honest with you, the “not displaying emotion” part sounds pretty boring,… Read More »Saving Money With Stoicism
We’ve all heard the phrase “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle”. These three R’s are supposed to be the holy trinity of saving the environment. Unfortunately, some of them get a little less attention than the others. “Recycle” is definitely the star of the show. If you went up to someone on the street and asked them if they reduce, reuse, and recycle,… Read More »The Forgotten R