Products To Stop Buying And Start Making At Home

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I don’t know about you, but I am sick and tired of going to the grocery store. Every time I go, I either can’t find something I’m looking for, or I have to sort through thousands of options. I usually go with the cheapest products, but oftentimes I end up finding out why they’re so cheap, and then I’m stuck with something I don’t want to use.

I don't know about you, but I am sick and tired of going to the grocery store.

And even if I do buy all the cheapest products, my grocery bill is still twice what it was just 10 or 15 years ago. And I haven’t even mentioned all the people. Self-checkouts were supposed to speed up the buying process, but there’s still a long line of people in my way.

Make Your Own Products

All of this is why I stopped going shopping every week and started making my own products. There are tons of DIY products you can make at home. Now I only have to go to the store every few weeks, sometimes only once a month.

Even if you’re not a very crafty person, I assure you that making your own stuff is not as hard as it sounds. It all comes down to following a recipe, and thanks to the Internet, there are tons of household product recipes out there.

Products You Can Make At Home

You’ve probably heard of people making their own laundry detergent. It’s just one part borax, one part washing soda, and one part grated soap all mixed together. There are many other DIY products that are just as simple. If you’ve been spending a lot on health and beauty products, you should know that you can make your own deodorant, mouthwash, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, and even lipstick.

If you like a tidy home, you can make your own dish soap, glass cleaner, carpet cleaner, and dust cloths. If you have pets, you can make your own cat food, dog food, and pet toys. And if you like cooking, you can easily make your own salsa, ketchup, salad dressing, spaghetti sauce, and more.

Granted, making all these things will take some effort, but you’ll save a ton of money, you’ll teach your children how to be resourceful, and you’ll live with a strong sense of satisfaction every time you use something you made at home.

I don't know about you, but I am sick and tired of going to the grocery store.

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