Books are one of the most wonderful additions to any home, but they do tend to collect over time. But after you’d stacked the shelves, covered the dressers, and filled the closets, what do you do with all those books?
You can only give so many books to your friends and family, so the next best thing to do (possibly the better thing to do) is to donate them. But who wants your old books?
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Among the many challenges of the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic of 2020 has been the challenge households have encountered getting basic supplies. Most of us had to make life changes, like buying flour online, but shortages and shipping delays mean our eating has had to change a well.
If you can’t get your hands on the baking flour you want, there are still ways to make what you’d like. Here are some flour substitutes that might help you out.
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Mixing bowls are an undervalued part of any kitchen. The right mixing bowl set can make mixing dough by hand a pleasant, relaxing experience or an exercise in frustration.
Here are some of our favorite mixing bowls.
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Supplies are hard to come by during coronavirus (covid-19) quarantine. Some of the hardest things to purchase, either online or in person, has been paper goods. Given all the hand washing we’re doing, paper towels have been a particularly important purchase for us.
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If you need bulbs for your home, you need LED bulbs. They are cheaper, more efficient, and longer lasting than conventional incandescent bulbs. Best of all, LED bulbs in 2020 are much, much cheaper than they were when LED bulbs first started getting popular (in 2012 or so).
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