Thanks @caribbeanmama I know Amazon has them on subscribe and save so I've been debating taking the plunge. Nice to hear a good review though so thanks I think I will try them out!
Can anyone recommend a good eco dishwasher detergent? We have tried a couple and were dissapointed so moved back to our regular brand. Its one of the few things left to switch for us.
@caribbeanmama How do you make shampoo and moisturizer? I've done olive oil as a deep conditioner. I'd love to learn some new tricks.
oheliza44 I really need something like that to broaden my veggie palate. I like vegetables but my list is; peppers, onions (LOVE!), mushrooms, cauliflower, carrots, green/yellow beans, peas, asparagus, bean sprouts, cucumbers (my fav!) and corn. I think that's it. Zucchini I only really like in greasy, deep-friend zucchini stick form. There's so much other stuff at the grocery store and I'm like hmmm, I wonder what that tastes like?! We don't eat peas a lot because DH doesn't care for them so I only really put them in stews. He likes broccoli but I don't so we never eat it because I'm the one that cooks lol! (If it evens the score, I never get to eat ham because he doesn't like it) I don't not like brussel sprouts but I don't care for them enough to buy them. Maybe the right recipe would change my mind. I'm really curious about this Nest thermostat that y'all keep mentioning. How is it different from a programmable? I have mine set to lower the temp (winter) and keep it higher (summer) when I'm not at home. About a half hour before I arrive, it's set to start ramping up. I have functions for Wake up, Leave, Return, and Sleep. I have it set to go up/down when we sleep as well. I will definitely open my windows instead of using the AC when I can although I have a lot of environmental allergies and live in the country so it can be difficult if the pollen and rag weed is bad. Then it just blankets a thin layer in my entire house. I don't hang dry my clothes for the same reason. It's just not an option for me so I've always dryer dried my clothes. Our house is new though so everything is energy-efficient. I don't have LED's yet but considering that it all just went in, I don't plan on changing it anytime soon. We have dimmers in the entire house and never leave a light on where we aren't hanging out. We have outdoor lights that make the house look beautiful but we never turn them on. What's the point? Haha. Unless someone is coming to our house because we don't have any street lights so it's kind of necessary. Edit to addThen edited to remove the bit about our hydro. Off topic. LOL