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You can raise chickens in urban and suburban areas to produce eggs, but there are a few important items to consider before you get started to prevent any issues with your neighbors or problems with your town. You will need to purchase the right type of chicken that is suitable for your part of the country and the amount of space you have. You will need to determine if you will let your chickens roam free or build a chicken coop and run to protect your hens and yard. This article will answer man...
Published by Daniel Snyder 77 months ago in Frugal Living | +13 votes | 6 comments
Topsavingstips.com is an online coupon merchant offering shoppers discounts as high as 70 percent off of brand name products; from household goods to nationally known restaurants and fast food chains. Topsavingstips.com is making it easier for online deal shoppers to find coupons and promotions on their favorite foods with a simple click from the site. Shoppers have the option of taking advantage of these discounts by printing out the coupons and using them at the actual store. Shoppe...
Published by Iris McCammon 77 months ago in Frugal Living | +6 votes | 4 comments
Every home should have an endless supply of lemons on standby and not just for eating and drinking. This yellow fruit can also be used to clean your home in all sorts of ways thus saving you money, helping the environment and refresh your home all at the same time.
Published by dianne thomas 77 months ago in Frugal Living | +1 votes | 0 comments
Frugal living tips. Frugal tips as related to buying a car. How to save money when buying a car? Is it cheaper to buy a car or lease one? How to save money on automobile repairs? How to save money on gas? Tips for car owners on saving money. How to save money on holidays? Learn some ideas on how to save money in regards to owning a car.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 77 months ago in Frugal Living | +7 votes | 5 comments
The first time I ever received a helping hand from a food pantry, I cried like a baby. Nothing feels more desperate than using services that you once supported. What goes around, comes around. Large cities offer several food pantry locations for convenience as many users must rely on walking or public transit.
Published by Irene Nevins 77 months ago in Frugal Living | +13 votes | 4 comments
For those truly concerned about living green, garage sales are the greatest things since sliced bread. “One man's junk is another man's treasure” is a very wise old saying. The author of that adage is unknown but it has never had greater meaning than it has today with everyone focusing their attention on the environment and Green Living. Garage sales are great but there are a few things that you should never buy at a garage sale because they could be hazardous to your health. Likewise, t...
Published by Jerry Walch 78 months ago in Frugal Living | +23 votes | 9 comments
Do you need glue? There are times when nothing but waterproof glue will do. You can make it yourself with a few simple ingredients and a few minutes of your time. It may not save a lot of money, but making waterproof glue can be fun as well as educational.
Published by Pat Veretto 78 months ago in Frugal Living | +12 votes | 6 comments
With a little artistic ingenuity, you are sure to find ordinary items around your home to make extraordinary gift wrapping. Think outside the box and consider these solutions when you need to package and wrap a gift. Without spending additional money, and another trip to the store, work with common household items and a little craftsmanship. Remember, recycle, re-purpose, reuse!
Published by Judith Barton 78 months ago in Frugal Living | +9 votes | 5 comments
Food doesn't have to be expensive to be healthy. As a matter of fact, some of the healthiest food is the most frugal. Buy basic, fresh food and use your creativity to make healthy, tasty dishes and you'll be money and health ahead. Good food really is available to everyone, regardless of how frugal you have or want to be.
Published by Pat Veretto 79 months ago in Frugal Living | +8 votes | 7 comments
DropDownDeals is a web app that allows computer users to locate coupons easily. Most internet shoppers like using coupons and coupon codes to cut the price of the items they want to buy. However much of the time, they don’t know where to find those codes. DropDownDeals is a Firefox extension. It can detect where surfers are shopping. Then it uses this information to show coupons that are relevant to the site. The coupons are shown on the same web page in place of the normal banner. A...
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 79 months ago in Frugal Living | +3 votes | 0 comments
Ebates is the pioneer and leader of online Cash Back Shopping.  It is a site where you can earn up to 25% cash back on items you purchase.  Many of the items have cut-rate coupons and exclusive offers plus great deals on hot products.  You can either get paid by check or PayPal, up to four times a year.  In addition, you can have Ebates donate to your favorite charity, organization, or family member.  Payments are based on quarterly shopping, for example, any s...
Published by Matthew Bible 79 months ago in Frugal Living | +6 votes | 2 comments
Easily make your own envelopes with what you have on hand; save money while having fun
Published by Pat Veretto 79 months ago in Frugal Living | +5 votes | 4 comments
Want to save money on your laundry? Try these ideas.
Published by Pat Veretto 80 months ago in Frugal Living | +4 votes | 6 comments
Well here is a little secret for those who donÂ’t want to get a loan or canÂ’t get one either, SAVE YOUR MONEY. ThatÂ’s right! I said save your money.
Published by Knojiwriter 80 months ago in Frugal Living | +4 votes | 4 comments
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