When we start out in our working lives we all set an agenda, a goal for financial success. Along the way we stumble and have to regroup. While we are busy regrouping we find outlets through hobbies to let go of the stress that is holding us down.
For some of us, relieving stress is playing a great tennis set, for others it is sitting courtside watching the sport and sipping on lemonade. Over time tennis gear, rackets, balls, all take a beating and may be retired somewhere in your garage, attic or basement right?
Don’t just let the retired tennis gear sit there, let’s craft a DIY project and recycle it. In fact, you might find a heightened sense of accomplishment in life and a new way to save money, leading to further financial success. Lavishly live life out loud and learn How To Repurpose Tennis Ball Cans.
REPURPOSING LIFE & YOUR FINANCIALS
Today’s post is sponsored by Voya Financial, Inc. however, thoughts, images, and the DIY tutorial are my own. I share info that is only the best of the best and Voya Financial, Inc. is a company that offers the best of the best each day!
The feeling you get when you dust something off and reuse it for a purpose it was never intended in complete awesomeness especially when it allows you to repurpose something you might have simply tossed in the trash.
Further, when you have a lot of stuff just sitting around stacked up, do you feel disorganized and overwhelmed? Do you have the strong passion for cleaning up and out, yet the pang to reuse whatever you have to get every blasted cent out of it that you put into?
What if you could repurpose something out of something you own, even if has nothing to do with what the product was originally purchased for? If you even felt a bit of yes to any of those questions you are on the path to financial success in your life and living a bit more stress-free. I am about to show you a new path to both financial freedom as well as repurposing.
REPURPOSING YOUR FINANCIALS
We often buy things we need to support our hobbies and sports, but after a while, a pile might stack up and then things go to waste. Repurposing lets you save money and really push the mold for how valuable your original purchase was. Through a new hobby of repurposing, you might just find a sense of accomplishment and decreased stress. Still, need a little help with financial success for your future?
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This year, Voya Financial is celebrating Wimbledon, so I thought I would join in and share how repurposing can be fun, lead to a sense of accomplishment and help you save money on things you have already invested in. Here’s a quick tutorial to help you save and get more out of what you already own!
TENNIS BALL CANS CAN BE REPURPOSED
I have never put my tennis balls back into the containers, rather they go into a tennis tote that I have. What I have accumulated is a grand collection of tennis ball containers that have had no purpose other than to take up space in my garage.
Waste not, want not, so here we go with a bit up of repurposing to clear clutter and help me out. If you have plastic bags from shopping stops you are going to LOVE this easy to make bag holder that will enable you to store those plastic bags away very daintily! In fact, you will want to have one of these storage containers in every bathroom you own and even your car.
How To Repurpose Tennis Balls Cans
Gather up all your scattered plastic bags, a pair of scissors and
dust off all those tennis ball cans that have nothing in them, it’s time to repurpose tennis ball cans.
Take the lid and use a pair of scissors, scoring an ‘X’ across the top.
Then shove the bags, one by one into the container.
Make sure your ‘x’ is slit well enough, but not too far. Before you place the lid on, fish one through the ‘x’ and it’s ready to be used.
Place your repurposed tennis ball can into every bathroom and make some more for your car.
The Organization Let’s You Live Stress-Free
Fast, simple, easy and suddenly your bags are not laying around the house, they are organized and readily accessible in every room. You will never again have to play hide and go seek for a plastic bag for trash or recycles. Call it a great accomplishment, a stress reliever you might say. As for those old tennis ball containers, they suddenly fit back into your life in a new way! Magically repurposed into something they had nothing to do with, but you are getting every penny our of your tennis ball investment.