Notebook Tutorial

By Kylah Rail I remember my first diary, *COUGH*…I mean, “journal”. My second grade teacher hardly began passing out those sweet little deceptively light scholastic book fair order forms, and my heart was already beating fast. Mostly though, the enthusiasm fizzled out real quick; you kinda needed money to actually …

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5 Tips to Shopping at Repurpose Project

By Chelsea Carnes “So much stuff, it’s overwhelming!” I often hear customers say as they enter our brimming little warehouse. The new customers’ eyes bulge, then waver and dart warily around our retail items, which are seemingly stocked, stuffed, and stacked into every crevice of the store. Boxes of assorted hardware line …

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I Am Amazed

By Michael Myers For me, finding this bird’s nest was one of those “aha” moments that you just keep thinking about. It’s been a few days now that this nest has been floating around in my mind. To me it is proof that repurposing is as old as nature.  I …

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The Repurpose Project: Buy USED! It’s good for the planet

By Sarah Goff, Co-Founder of The Repurpose Project Buy USED!  Many people are familiar with the benefits of buying local, but The Repurpose Project is working hard to promote the environmental benefits of buying USED.  Everyday valuable materials are thrown away.  We all see it piled on the side of …

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