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Ditch the toxins—and the dirt—with these DIY spring cleaning recipes for bathrooms, kitchens, laundry, and everywhere else.
Why spend money on bread at the grocery store when you can make a cheaper, tastier, and less artificially flavored version from scratch? Homemade bread-making isn’t nearly as scary as it seems, we promise.

No surprise here: Winter wreaks havoc on delicate skin, hair, and nails. Luckily, curing and preventing damage is easy! Read on for tips to combat winter’s unpleasant side effects.

Toss the 'ole deod stick and make your own! This 4-ingredient recipe is simple, quick, and easy to use.
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Put the "thought" back in "it's the thought that counts" with these budget-friendly DIY gifts for foodies, fitness geeks, and anyone who likes to feel happy.

Plagued by household pests? Don’t reach for toxic repellants just yet. From centipedes to mice, read on to learn how to get rid of ‘em the safe, ethical, and environmentally friendly way.

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Starting a garden can be intimidating (or downright impossible if you don't have a yard), but that doesn't mean homegrown produce is out of the question. We’ve rounded up 16 healthy (simple) plants that grow well indoors.
Ditch the toxins—and the dirt—with these DIY spring cleaning recipes for bathrooms, kitchens, laundry, and everywhere else.
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Kimchi is spicy hot — and we’re not just talking about its flavor. The fermented dish has been steadily gaining in popularity since it originated in 7th Century Korea. Now you can make your own with this handy dandy, healthy recipe guide to DIY Kimchi.
I want ice, and I want it now! Watch this video to learn a simple hack that turns water into ice in no time.
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Add tons of flavor with spicy, crunchy kimchi. This Korean specialty is easy to make at home — just combine cabbage with plenty of pungent spices and let the mixture ferment for three to five days.
Warm weather plus longer days and more free time equals the perfect recipe for a picnic. Take the outdoor eating experience to the next level (and keep grass out of your food) with this simple DIY project.

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