About this time every year my friends with gardens are trying desperately to get rid of their bumper crop of squash…which I gladly will take off their hands (I have some roasting with red peppers even as I am typing this). If this is the case at your house, here is a great recipe to try (and it is pretty easy and will also be good on a Meatless Monday).
Good nutrition is essential when you are a student (young or older). These seven recipes are nutritious and delicious, the best combination possible!
For your inspiration:
Dorm room living is definitely a “tiny lifestyle” that needs help, you will need to exercise your imagination to make the most of your space while protecting your valuables!
Here are some great ideas (albeit in the guise of shopping hints): http://www.businessinsider.com/space-saving-college-dorm-accessories-2017-8
I would also add, that you should bring the bare minimum of stuff – really pare things down because you KNOW you will be accumulating tees and other stuff while you are there.
If at all possible – measure the room you will be in (make sure you know if you will have roommates or not) and then measure what you are bringing to be sure it fits.
Neem oil seems to be one of those incredibly versatile ingredients – I’ve seen it in acne treatments and cosmetics, and apparently it can be used effectively as a pest control solution when combined with water and castile soap.
Claims are that the bark and leaves have quite a few anti’s covered.
Here’s the full scoop: https://plantcaretoday.com/neem-oil-for-plants.html
Interesting article for back to school shopping: