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Everything you need to know about saving tomato seeds for next year! Begin your permaculture journey by seed saving - the easy way. | Hillsborough Homesteading

Everything you need to know about saving tomato seeds for next year! Begin your permaculture journey by seed saving - the easy way. | Hillsborough Homesteading

Thai Tuna Burgers with Ginger-Lemon Mayonnaise | These offbeat tuna burgers were loosely inspired by a Thai fried white fish patty called tod man pla. The Thai cucumber salad stands in for pickles. U...

Thai Tuna Burgers with Ginger-Lemon Mayonnaise | These offbeat tuna burgers were loosely inspired by a Thai fried white fish patty called tod man pla. The Thai cucumber salad stands in for pickles. U...

80 Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas to make him say “WOW”

Christmas ideas: 80 Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas to make him say “WOW”… “Christmas Ideas & Inspiration 80 Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas to make him say “WOW” ” View On WordPress

A lesson for kids on lying. This is AMAZING! Totally trying this lesson!

Great lesson to teach kids. This lesson was taught by a Sunday school teacher to her kids. A lesson for kids on lying. This is AMAZING!

Great idea for teaching consequences in a positive manner

You got grounded. Point system for chores to get ungrounded.

From making easy ravioli and chocolate bars, to preserving herbs and wine, ice cube trays are incredibly useful.

4 ways to Hack an Ice Tray-From making easy ravioli and chocolate bars, to preserving herbs and wine, ice cube trays are incredibly useful.

These 40+ free STEM websites: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are for grades 6-12, and great for teaching STEM.

These 40 free STEM websites: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are for grades and great for teaching STEM.

Parenting Tips! Tired of always yelling at your kids to behave? Try setting enforceable limits instead. This is a great parenting technique based on Love and Logic.

Parenting Tips! Tired of always yelling at your kids to behave? Try setting enforceable limits instead. This is a great parenting technique based on Love and Logic.