Many people believe that planning an estate is only for the very wealthy.
The truth is that if you want to consider how your belongings and your resources are dealt with after your demise, then you need to plan your estate.
Before we continue further, let’s deal with some basic things that you will have to do to set up your estate.
They’re great for food preservation, but did you know they have many other uses?
1. Decorative storage
Mason jars work well just about anywhere. In the kitchen or the bath they are great storage solutions that double as decor.
Nothing says summer fun like baking a mud pie…except, perhaps, making some muddy muffins topped with nice, crunchy rocks!
If you ‘cooked’ with mud as a child, you know the magic of spending time in the mud, feeling it squish between your toes and having fun ‘serving’ your baked goods to your parents.
Who hasn’t had a dog tear up a toy within hours…sometimes minutes…of bringing it home?
And with the cost of dog toys, if this happens a lot with your pets, you’ll spend more money than you’d like replacing each one they destroy.
Fortunately, there are a lot of things you probably have in your house, right now, that you can use to make a fun, stimulating toy for your dog.
First created in the early 20th century, it would be rare to find a home that doesn’t have this wonder material.
And it would be equally rare to find someone who doesn’t know that aluminum foil is great for preserving food. But did you know that’s not all that it can do?