Would you, or someone you know, love to brew delicious coffee at home with your own iCoffee maker? Well, this is your chance!
iCoffee is going to give away one (1) iCoffee Coffee Maker to one (1) lucky reader!
Want to get to know the iCoffee Coffee Maker a little better before you enter? Check out what our blogger friend The Dollar Stretcher has to say about this innovative appliance.
Ready to get brewing? ENTER to win via the Rafflecopter below:
Giveaway runs from March 10, 2014, 12:01 EST to March 16, 2014,11:59pm EST.
Open to residents of the US and Canada only.
Must be 18 years or older to be eligible.
The clever innovations in the recycled product arena always inspire me and FreshTape® is totally the bees! This fun, new resealable tape is designed to be used instead of bag clips on chips, snacks, cereal bags, salad bags (it even works in the freezer) to keep food fresh right in the bag.
100% made in the USA, FreshTape reseals over and over again and comes in decorative patterns including retro housewives, animal prints, and kid-friendly patterns. The tape helps you reseal your family's foods and keep your pantry and fridge neat, clean and more organized.
|Wouldn't you love to put together the perfect storage and home organization system? |
Our blogger friend, Pittsburgh Frugal Mom has some great tips for selecting the right shelving.
As we're springing forward with Daylight Savings, now is a terrific time to get in spring cleaning and organization mode, too. Start by determining your basic needs, like shelving, cabinets, storage boxes and spaces. Do you have enough? Do you need a new system? Would you benefit from having the right storage set-up?
While you are thinking about your home organization layout, let's get you organized and see what solutions Trinity Storage has to offer.
The sun will soon be shining and the dirt ripe for digging. For nearly every zone in the
, March and April are key months for gardening. Before slipping on garden gloves, ensure a
successful growing season with the following checklist. U.S.
Determine your USDA Plant Hardiness Zone. Consult the USDA zone maps to determine which plants are most likely to thrive in your location. Once you’ve determined your zone, consider consulting your local Farmer’s Almanac for favorable planting and harvesting dates.
The snow is still on the ground in Kentucky, but I'm gearing up for indoor seed starting and praying for an end to the frigid weather soon!
When you are sitting down to figure out when to plant vegetables in your area, it will require a little detective work. In addition to your geographic location, you’ll need to consider a few other variables, as well. For example, the type of vegetables you plan to grow and how you intend to plant them (seedlings, transplants or seeds) will factor into when you should get your crops in the ground.