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What could be greener — color wise, and also environmentally speaking — than growing herbs right in your own kitchen? Growing herbs indoors isn't without its challenges, but if your kitchen has sufficient light, you can save money on grocery bills, make your kitchen smell amazing, and reduce the distance from farm to table to, oh, about fifteen feet. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

A DIY plant hanger is an excellent way to bring a fresh herbs into your home. Check out this family friend plant hanger that can be added to any room for fresh herbs and beautiful blooms all year long (Cool Kitchen)

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For a sweet of July dessert that isn't packed with calories and fat, try this pretty parfait. Fresh blueberries and strawberries layered between low-fat vanilla yogurt add easy festive flair to this red, white, and blue treat.

Valentine's Day Mason Jar Candles! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ turn your simple mason jars into some sweet candles! #masonjars #candle #thefrugalgirls

Valentine’s Day Mason Jar Candles! ~ from ~ turn your simple mason jars into some sweet candles! Valentine’s Day Mason Jar Candles! ~ from ~ turn your simple mason jars…