First off, there are a number of variations online for this design. There are simpler builds to this one but I believe you will love this specific more a lot more.
The bookshelf is placed a sheet of plywood and pretty much covers that 8’x4’ space. This build is more than just a bookshelf but also can be used as an art piece in your home.
4.Make A Floating Bookshelf
If you’re looking for a bookshelf in a small space, then this is the one for you! Unique and modern design says it all. This bookshelf is a perfect fit for your home. A complete list of materials and tools are provided in the video description of the link below.
I love pallet projects. This one is a very simple build. Limited materials and tools are needed and its pallet so you it’s cost effective.
A couple recommendations though if the finished work is not quite your taste. You can use wood filler to fill out those spaces and cracks. Sand each lumber used prior to assembly and apply your favorite stain.
Sandwiches are a popular choice of food in this very fast moving world. They are cheap, easy to make and ready-to-go. What is even better is that they can be excellent vehicles to deliver nutrient rich food to your body. Today we will be looking at some sandwiches to help you lose weight.
These sandwiches are super easy to make. Just remember to customize your sandwich based on your allergies, weight loss goals and preferences. Feed your body the right way.
1. 4 Healthy Sandwich Recipes For Weight Loss
To kick things off, take a look at these four sandwiches that are perfect for breakfast, lunch or a midnight snack. The sandwiches are:
1. Mixed Veggie Tuna Salad Sandwich 290 calories
2. Tuna omelette sandwich 340 calories
3. Broad Beans Sandwich 250 calories
4. Avocado Tomato And Hummus Sandwich 290 calories
I hope you will enjoy!
2. Tuna Avocado Toast
Super simple recipe to help in your weight loss goals. This amazing recipe will be the perfect low calorie lunch or a light dinner served with a crisp green salad. Avocados are excellent at aiding to reduce cholesterol. Tuna is low in fat and calories but high in protein. A great combination for your body.
If you’re a big fan of eggplant, you will love this. This is a super vegetarian sandwich. It is very tasty and easy to make.
4. Grilled Chicken Sandwich
The classic grilled chicken sandwich is always a delight. Just remember that you can leave out the cheese, add an avocado paste instead of mayonnaise and you would have created a very healthy sandwich.
5. Whole Wheat Pita with Mince Filling
Pita contains less calories than your regular whole bread due to how slim it is. As such, it is recommended to include pita in your diet to aid in your weight loss goals. This recipe shows you how to make the pita as well as the filling. Choose the mince you want to go into the filling and enjoy!
How would you like it if you grow your own food at home, in your apartment, heck, in your kitchen. Today we are looking at some easy diy hydroponic systems that you can set up today!
Each year, over 1 billion pounds of pesticides are used in the United States and approximately 5.6 billion used worldwide. This is a significant finding since we don’t know the extent to which our food is affected. But there is a way to gain more control over what goes into your body – growing the food yourself, or at least, some of it.
Hydroponics is where no soil is used in the growth process of your plant. Instead, the seeds are placed in a growth medium such as perlite, rockwool, clay pellets, peat moss, or vermiculite and based on the design on the system being used, nutrient rich water makes contact with the root system of the plant.
This system eliminates the use of pesticides and herbicides! Your lettuces can now grow right beside your refrigerator. Cool stuff right. Anyway, let’s get into this week’s recommendations!
In a vertical hydroponic system, the idea is to use a tube system with a pump to get water to the top layers. The plants are usually housed in net cups to allow the water to flow through to the root systems.
This design utilizes a small space very well and is perfect for use indoors. This video shows clear instructions on how to construct this system using tools you can find at home.
2. Building a Floating Hydroponic Garden
The floating hydroponic system is used by many commercial farms worldwide. The difference with this system is that most of the root system remain submerged in the nutrient rich solution.
3. Hydroponic Lettuce in a 5 Gallon Bucket
If you’re interested in setting the plants to grow and forgetting them for a while, this is for you. Hannah gives a very detailed illustration on how to build the system, the measurements for minerals to use and when to harvest. The instructions are simple and easy to replicate or alter to preferences.
4. Building a hydroponic vertical garden
This is basically the same design as shown earlier but is much better looking, in my opinion. One recommendation, use pvc glue at 4:49 instead. It would be more effective in this application.
5. Easy DIY Beginner Hydroponic Kratky System
In case you need a hydroponic system for inside your home, this is the perfect one. Small, compact and effective. This design will allow you to have fresh in your kitchen all year round.
6. Build a Hydroponic Grow Wall Inside
Take things a bit further and make your own grow wall to keep your fresh supplies going through those winter months. This design is simple and requires few tools to complete.