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Ann Johnston

Ann Johnston

About Ann Johnston

Ann enjoys writing, reading, gardening, fishing and the great outdoors. Her job has allowed her to travel and live in different countries. She enjoys studying and learning about different cultures.

Ann Johnston

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Year-Round Recycling Ideas for Home and Garden

As we all know plastic bottles are a problem for the environment. We need to think of different ways to reuse and recycle these bottles like making practical decorations or gifts. It is easy to make so many different decorative items from plastic bottles with a few simple, creative, and useful idea ...

Making a Recycled Denim Jeans Wreath

It’s time to clean out the closets and recycle all the kids’ clothes they have outgrown over the long winter months. Instead of giving away all their old denim jeans, and yours, save them to make a beautiful denim wreath for your home. Recycling denim is a great way to make beautiful cr ...

Upcycle Your Old Tables

I love to use old tables to make beautiful window sill shelves for my bathroom, living room, and kitchen. These shelves come in so handy for a variety of uses. In the bathroom, they are great for small items like baskets with soap, wash clothes, and shampoos. In your kitchen you can put your h ...

Clean the Beaches with Dr. Recare

Oil spills and environmental pollution has become the scene for many local beachfronts and oceans in the past years. Each year we hear breaking stories of accidental oil spills, oil coated fish washing up on shore, and birds covered in oil that can no longer fly. However, we can’t just blame ...

3D Printers, Prints Affordable Homes

Environmentally friendly and economically viable plastic lumber was the new revolutionary material that transformed the patio furniture industry. The construction uses recycled milk jugs and plastic containers to manufacture recycled plastic lumber. The plastic lumber can be sawed, screwed, and cut ...

Recycled Styrofoam Christmas Ornament Balls

The holiday season is quickly approaching and so is winter and the colder evenings at home snuggled next to a warm fire. The children are starting to get excited about Christmas, as the stores prepare for the holiday season. Thanksgiving hasn’t even arrived, but we see the constant reminders ...