Almost immediately after my husband landed a great job, I became unemployed. Searching for employment can be a full time job in and of itself, but I still wanted to do more to contribute to our household. One of the most productive ways I found to contribute was to reduce, reuse, and upcycle everything I possibly could that came through our home. Veggie scraps go into the freezer to make stock; single socks become rice-filled heating pads; and coffee grounds, cucumber peelings, and empty paper towel rolls go straight into the garden. In fact, I use almost every leftover material from my kitchen to boost my garden in some way. I decided to document my acquired know-how for anybody else who might want to reduce waste in their home or simply grow a happier garden.
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