Lorena Malfitano

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There's a big world out there filled with islands just waiting for your arrival. We curated the 49 best islands across the globe that you absolutely must visit before you die. Time to get out the bucket list.

There's a big world out there filled with islands just waiting for your arrival. We curated the 49 best islands across the globe that you absolutely must visit before you die. Time to get out the bucket list.

Banish “Paunch Belly” With This Cool Kettlebell Core Exercise called the Halo

Banish “Paunch Belly” With This Cool Kettlebell Core Exercise called the Halo

container gardening

container gardening

how to classify the type of soil in your yard, what soil amendments to use, proper soil maintenance, and gardening tips

how to classify the type of soil in your yard, what soil amendments to use, proper soil maintenance, and gardening tips

6 Types of Mulch to Use in Your Garden - Home Ready Home

6 Types of Mulch to Use in Your Garden - Home Ready Home

How to compost

How to compost

How to improve your soil without a compost heap with eggshells, coffee grounds, and banana peels

How to improve your soil without a compost heap with eggshells, coffee grounds, and banana peels

How to improve your soil without a compost heap with eggshells, coffee grounds, and banana peels

How to improve your soil without a compost heap with eggshells, coffee grounds, and banana peels

Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. (I’ve always saved my shells, but my friend Susan suggested keeping them in the fridge – works beautifully.) When the container is full, crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil.

Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. (I’ve always saved my shells, but my friend Susan suggested keeping them in the fridge – works beautifully.) When the container is full, crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil.

Egg shell dust for your garden! I have used this for 2 years and my soil is so much healthier.

Egg shell dust for your garden! I have used this for 2 years and my soil is so much healthier.