Call me crazy (it wouldn't be the first time), but I'm looking forward to another week of wintery mix before we get some warm spring weather in the Northland. It will give me a little more time to do some much needed spring cleaning. If you are planning to do the same, consider donating your clothes and other household items to the Salvation Army.
The warm summer days haven't hit yet. While you are stuck indoors, make the most of it. You might have some things that could make you some extra cash, and all you need are the tools. They are right at your fingertips. Here are some ways and places you could make some money on your old or unwanted things.
Remember Tupperware? My mom’s kitchen was full of Tupperware and we would be invited to family, friends and friends of family Tupperware parties to buy more. We didn't have plastic ware, Glad Ware then and all Chinese food was brought home in the boxes with the little metal handle. But, with all the new fangled plastic ware I have had an explosion of plastic containers in my kitchen. Can you rela
You are going through all the stuff you have collected over the years and you start to have regrets when you are deciding what to keep. Change your thinking. What meaning does this have in your life? When was the last time you used it?
Thoughtful homeowners in the City of Superior know that they are not supposed to trash brush, branches, and tree waste in their regular garbage. That's why the city provides a specific Brush Cleanup where they can dispose of those items properly and have them collected by the Public Works Department.