If you want to use your template and still save some paper, you could always laminate it and use a dry erase marker to check things off. Then one sheet could be reused indefinitely - or until the store moves things around!
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|1/23/14 07:54 AM|
I think the charity you may be thinking of is Share Our Strength's Cooking Matters (www.cookingmatters.org). They have programs across the country and empower families at risk of hunger with the skills to put healthy, affordable meals on the table everyday. They are wonderful programs that make huge impact in someones confidence to eat well on a very tight budget!
6 Tips for Eating on a Very Tight Budget
|11/18/13 08:32 AM|
Interesting thought. I actually have been poking through a book that talks about these issues called "How Bad Are Bananas?" It compared cloth to disposable diapers environmental impacts (excluding the question about landfills and garbage, which the writer was honest about and explained why) and found that cloth diapers bought new and used for one kid had a smaller carbon foot print than disposables. But, if the diapers were used for more than one child they were the better option.
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|7/1/13 01:22 PM|