|A real oven! It doesn't smell bad and it fits real pans!|
|I halved the recipe but then I ate lots of cookie dough too, just for good measure.|
|Om nom cookies!!!!|
- Best Buy- they pretty much recycle everything electronic, and then some! They have a recycling kiosk in front where you can drop off household items like old batteries, plastic bags, CD's and the like. But you can also bring in cameras, mp3 players, cell phones, tv's, computers and probably anything else that they currently sell. So I recycled my batteries, old software, ancient TV's and camera with a broken screen. And grocery stores usually have a plastic bag recycling bin. The only downside is now I have VHS tapes and no VHS player...
- Verizon- you can take your old cell phones here too and sometimes you get a rebate. This did not happen for me because my phones were old and broken anyways. Plus, if your phone works, they donate it to a help line for women in dangerous/bad domestic situations so they have a way to call for help.
- Apple- I took my broken iPod to Apple to recycle and surprise! If you recycle your iPod, you get 10% off a new one. But only on the day you recycle it. Also, sad fact: my iPod was listed as 'vintage'.
- Goodwill- You can donate lots of stuff here. Basically anything. You get a tax deduction too but you'll have to estimate the value of what you've donated.
- Salvation Army- You can also donate stuff here or if you have furniture, you can call them to pick it up. Tax deduction apply here too. For the record, there are employment policies that I don't agree with here but sometimes it's the only way to help someone and/or not throw away perfectly good items.
Get excited though, my office is rumored to have a St. Patrick's Day bake-off. Challenge accepted.