As I promised last time, I am addressing the biggest money drain in your kitchen. It is food waste and not only does this throw money right down the sink drain, it is also a shame when one out of every 4 children in Oklahoma is hungry, not to mention those starving children in China that some of you heard about as children when your parents wanted you to eat [...]]]>
It doesn’t take a genius to know that the drought will affect the prices of many goods that we all need. Here are some predictions that, if accurate, will impact your pocketbook.
Consumers can expect the worst US drought in 50 [...]]]>
This continuing drought, high temperatures, and stage 2 water rationing in Shawnee underscors the fact that we are all in this together. We have to work together to conserve our water and [...]]]>
While most of us are lamenting the loss of our lawns and shrubs because of this unrelenting heat, at least take advantage of it to dry your clothes. Did you know that the clothes dryer is the second most energy hog in your home, next to the refrigerator? It uses 4.2 % of the American home’s energy diet: in 2010 [...]]]>
Here are some common sense ways to stay cool during these dog days of summer and our record making temperatures.
Stay hydrated-drink at least a cup of water every half hour. Avoid caffeine soft drinks and alcohol, for these make you more thirsty, despite advertising to the contrary. [...]]]>