Make 2015 your most organized year ever with these smart upcycled household items

January 21, 2015 by  
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Trying to get your house organized for the new year can cost a pretty penny, what with buying new bins, racks, baskets, etc. But there’s a better way to clean out your home without cleaning out your wallet – upcycling! All of your seasonal clothing, bulky kitchen supplies, and any stray bits and bobs can be efficiently stored and organized using repurposed or upcycled household items. To get your creative gears grinding, take a look at HomeTalk’s clipboard of Upcycled Clutter Busters for clever organizing ideas using upcycled household items. Whether you’re trying to corral your kitchen clutter, make some sense of your closet, or bring order to your desk, these ideas will help you find the perfect unassuming empty container to turn into beautiful, functional storage! + Upcycled Clutter Busters Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: clutter busters , DIY , diy home ideas , home ideas , home organization , hometalk , organized home , upcycled organization

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McDonald’s Ordered to Pay For Making Employee Fat

November 1, 2010 by  
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Photo: atennies94 / CC The McDonald’s fast-food empire nets around $22 billion a year by serving its less-than healthy entrees to millions of patrons around the world — but now, in a twist of irony, they’ll be paying a pretty penny to one man who was forced by the company to eat the stuff. A former restaur… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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University of Vermont Cafeteria Adapting To False Biodegradability Claims For Cutlery

October 31, 2010 by  
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