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March 15, 2019

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Hint 1: Keep Razors from Getting Dull

I came across this tip today, so I have not yet tried this but honestly I'm pretty excited to try it. And I just had to share it with you.

Does anyone already do this? If so, write in and let me know!

If your razor gets dull easily, it’s probably due to rust that you can’t even see. Keep rust away by storing your razor blade-down in a glass of olive oil. As a bonus, any olive oil left on the blades will help moisturize your skin!

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Hint 2: More Popped Popcorn

I'm not a fan of microwave popcorn, I'm 'old school' and still love making popcorn on the stove top. Am I the only one?

If you also enjoy the flavor of fresh popped popcorn here's a tip for you...enjoy ladies and gents!

Tired of all the unpopped kernels at the bottom of your homemade popcorn? Try soaking the kernels in water for a few minutes before you make your popcorn! The water encourages faster popping, so you’ll end up with fewer unpopped kernels after cooking!

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'Go Green' Hint: Wash produce and save the water

There’s no reason we can’t wash fruits and vegetables in a large bowl and save the runoff for watering the garden or lawn (or those little potted plants).

The same thing can be done after boiling pasta or potatoes - just make sure the water’s not salted!