Here are some resourceful DIYs that will turn cheap and everyday objects into something useful for the classroom.
Other than its current occupation as "spider house." Just because it's a piece of toxic garbage, doesn't mean it can't be useful.
When mom says to clean the bathroom like the Queen of England is coming, you should do it.
All you want to do is travel from Point A to Point B; don't let getting all your stuff together be the thing that holds you back.
Some of these lifehack-slash-DIYs are simpler than others, but all of them save good things from a trip to the landfill. And no, mason jars aren’t on this list.
Artists, filmmakers, Tumblr users and all around awesome folks are flipping the logic of homophobic arguments in hilarious and powerful ways.
Graduate student Laura Cahill, uses books from secondhand stores, found that old books are very difficult to recycle because of the glue used in the binding process, so she uses the books to create waterproof vases