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Display Name: juliet_nicole
Member Since: 9/16/08

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How about using them to freeze and store handy-sizes of homemade chicken stock?

I use the large yogurt containers to decant paint into for house painting projects, and its always nice to have a few around to send home full of leftovers when we have guests over for dinner.


How Can I Reuse Plastic Yogurt Containers? Good Question | Apartment Therapy Re-Nest
2/2/10 07:03 PM

My feet get cold just looking at all those bare concrete floors. Surprised at how close to the neighbors the house is - I expected this to be in a much more remote location for some reason.


Green Style: A Swiss Hobbit-Like Underground Home | Apartment Therapy Re-Nest
12/11/09 12:14 PM

I'm having a gift bag making party this year! I bought several yards of remnant christmas fabric at goodwill and asked each guest to bring a few yards of their own. We will set up an assembly line and put together reusable gift bags that people can take home as their party favor.


9 Ways To Green Your Gift Wrapping Most Popular Posts | Apartment Therapy Re-Nest
12/3/09 08:01 PM

If a friend came to my house and sneered at my CFLs they would get a swift kick in the butt and be shown to the door.


Dragging Your Feet: Making Green Compromises | Apartment Therapy Re-Nest
11/19/09 12:02 PM

I use those Bonnn Maman jars to store salt - I have one for sea salt, one for kosher, one for Fleur de sal, one for table salt. They are too big for spices, though! I just keep refilling my original spice islands jars and have found measuring spoons narrow enough to fit.


Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | Look! Spices Stored in Jam Jars
1/21/09 05:01 PM

I do this regularly in my bathtub. If it's clogged really badly, I have to do it twice, and I always use a big pot of boiling water, not just a kettle. In fact, if I pour a pot of boiling water down the drain on a weekly basis, when I'm cleaning the bathtub, the drain rarely gets slow enough to have to use the baking soda and vinegar.


Apartment Therapy Re-Nest | How To: Fix a Slow Draining Sink with Water, Baking Soda, and White Vinegar
9/16/08 07:23 AM