You could easily fill a whole shed with gardening tools, but over the years I’ve found it isn’t necessary. Here my short-list of must-have tools.
Wool dryer balls are a great replacement for dryer sheets and fabric softener. They soften clothes, speed up drying time, remove wrinkles and reduce static – all without the use of chemicals. Just toss them in the dryer with your wet clothes, and let them work their magic. You can even add a few drops of lavender essential oil to the dryer balls, if you’d like to naturally scent your laundry.
This soap saver bag makes bar soap last longer. Instead of sitting in a soap dish, where it never really dries out, this mesh bag allows your soap to dry quickly. So, you don’t have to deal with that soapy sludge at the bottom of your soap dish, or settle for using a soft bar of soap – all of which adds up to less soap waste.
Many fudge recipes call for a long list of ingredients, but this chocolate peanut butter fudge only requires three. So, it’s both simple and cheap to make. This is my go-to fudge for holidays, gifts and those can’t-be-ignored chocolate cravings. Just keep three ingredients in your pantry, and it’s sure to become your go-to fudge too.