HEY THEREEEE!!!! I hope y’all are having an amazing #SundayFunday! HERE IT IS: CLUE #2 OF THE ANNUAL “GUESS WHAT CHASEY BOO IS GONNA BE FOR HALLOWEEN“. 😳 Remember, the first one to guess gets a Chase Martin T-Shirt and Hat (I mean, who wouldn’t wanna sport a shirt and hat with yo girl’s name on it?? 😳) (Wait... don’t answer that 😐). Let the guessing begin. Good luck! Love y’all! See you soon! 😘
bruhh i forgot i had homework in one of my classes and i left my textbook in my locker omggg. i even left some worksheets inside the book BAHDBSHXHNS but i do remember taking some out so i’m gonna check to see if i have them and then imma use the ebook #problemsolver 😝 -
i have so much homework because #1 i didn’t feel like doing it in class, #2 i am a HUGE procrastinator, and #3 i get distracted way too easily. anyway i’m gonna try to get all my work done today and if i have time i’m gonna bake some snickerdoodles for my friend :) -
would you say you’re a problem solver? when things go wrong do you typically freak out or do you try to fix it? -
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Glass jars and bottles are a #ReUseful staple.
Glass comes into our lives so easily so I love repurposing them and using them for absolutely everything. I use them to store food, stuff, decoration, and to gift things in.
The TL:DR method is basically: soak and scrape. I also like to spray paint my lids matte black as it helps them look more cohesive. I've been using this bottle of spray paint for 5+ years so it's a really small amount of paint (in terms of environmental friendliness).
#1. Vase - I have two identical bookcases on either side of the TV, and two of these glass jars with devils ivy on either side. A beautiful pair.
#2. Collection - just a glimpse at some jars ready for use. #Coffee fans will recognise them.
#3. Paint scraper - helps to remove the labels.
#4 and #5. Spice cabinet.
#6. Juices - prepped for kombucha bottling. These will only be in the fridge for a day or two so it doesn't matter that they are hodge-podge.
#7. Storage - I use glass jars for all sorts of storage around the house.
Check out BeReuseful.com for the latest post with step by step breakdown of how I prep the jars - link in bio :)
Hi peeps! Here are a few lil tips to reduce the waste that comes with giving gifts:
🍊: When you receive a gift, see if you can reuse the wrapping paper or decorations for somebody else. ⠀⠀
🍊: It may happen that someone gives you a gift that you can’t use / already have / just don’t like. Instead of throwing it out or leaving it somewhere to rot, re-gift it! 🍊: Give people experiences instead of things: a citytrip, a high tea, tickets to a musical, and so on. ⠀⠀
🍊This one’s good for your wallet, too: use your talents to make a gift. Bake cookies if you’re a baker, draw/paint a portrait if you’re an artist, write a letter if you’re good with words or edit a video with all of your best memories.
🍊 Give people low-waste gifts. A set of wooden/steel straws, a reusable water bottle, a stainless steel lunchbox or bars of soap/shampoo all make for very fun gifts. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🍊If you’re really not sure what to get someone, give them money. Money is always useful and this way you’re preventing 🍊 #2. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀
🍊 Wrap gifts in newspaper or cloth! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
🍊 Should you want to add a card to your gift, try making one yourself or buy a card that’s biodegradable / compostable. The one in the picture, for example, was made from grass! You can buy it at Waar in Groningen :)