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Many of us keep aluminum foil around in our homes and it is no wonder why. It is great for covering up leftovers in a pinch, or for covering your baking sheet in order to keep food from sticking to it, but aluminum foil can actually be used for so much more than just covering pans and left overs. Here are just some of things that I came up with off the top of my head.
Published by Rae Morvay 65 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Want to enjoy the convenience of shopping on the sofa and don't have a laptop? Try shopping from the Fingerhut catalog! Have one shipped to your home and then sit back, relax, and begin shopping for quality items offered at reasonable prices with affordable payment options.Help obtain new or rebuilt bad credit by signing up for their line of credit...one down payment, six months of current activity, and voila!...your credit begins to grow.
Published by Sheila Hrabal 65 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
I am no extreme "couponer", but I also do not like to pay full price for things. With a little bit of work you can find good deals almost everywhere. Learn how to stretch your dollar to the fullest. Finding ways to make your money work for you isn't as hard as it may seem!
Published by jennifer morin 69 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Recycling is all the rage, but have you ever considered repurposing items before you recycle them? Read these simple, creative ways you can get added use from name-brand food containers that you buy -- whether it's once, or every time you shop. Save money, save time looking for matching items, and save the planet all at the same time!
Published by Sheila Hrabal 69 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
The kitchen is by far the easiest and cheapest room in the house to decorate and have stocked with useful tools! You can almost entirely do this at your local dollar store and thrift stores with a little help from mass merchandisers! Let's get to it and see about how much it will cost. Let's get your kitchen efficient, and pretty!
Published by Amy Russell 69 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Are you on a fixed or limited income? Do you need your surroundings to be aesthetically pleasing in your bedroom while you sleep, plan, plot, budget, write, watch tv, or whatver it is you do in the privacy of your own bedroom? I certainly know that a clean, uncluttered, pretty room is important to me. I didn't used to think it was, but I find I get a better night's sleep. You know what they say, "A cluttered house fosters a cluttered mind.". Enjoy Part 2 of Asethetically Pleasing Decorating...
Published by Amy Russell 69 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Are you on a limited or fixed income? Whether you are retired, just starting out in your first apartment, a college student, or a single parent of multiple children, you can decorate your space for under $100. Just pick up small pieces here and there and eventually, your living quarters will be decorated like "you" in no time! In this article, we will just focus on one room, the bathroom.
Published by Amy Russell 69 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
While they are not exactly new to Australia, transportable homes are becoming quite common among house-buyers. These modular homes are constructed on a chassis that can be transported with ease, giving owners the opportunity to move their house cross-country with them. Transportable homes are most often purchased by those who have plans to travel, are on a tight budget, or are first-time buyers.
Published by Anna K 70 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Your plastic shower curtain or shower curtain liner may be dingy and or may even be falling apart but that doesn't mean you need to throw them out. Simply take them down and replace them and put the old ones aside somewhere to use for covering and protecting other things around your home.
Published by Rae Morvay 70 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Electricity just keeps going up. It seems the price of it becomes a larger part of everyone's budget every year, and many people feel powerless to stop it. While we can't control energy prices, we can control our own lives. Here are some ways to save on the electric bill around the house.
Published by Annie Hintsala 72 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Unpleasant odors can often dominate indoors. Unopened rooms with poor air circulation, mildew due to weather changes, cooking of certain foodstuffs or even the pet in your home can be the reasons behind the unpleasant odor. In this article, you will learn frugal and handy tips to make use of ingredients at home to prepare your own odor neutralizer.
Published by Nisha Danny 73 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Having a family is expensive enough without breaking the bank on furniture. Whether you are outfitting a new nursery or overhauling a toddler's room, the transformation can be dramatic by simply applying some fresh coats of pastel paint. Embarking on a DIY project like this will have you looking back at what fun you had as a kid.
Published by Irene Nevins 73 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Old fashioned homemade whitewash isn't hard to make yourself. Use it for fences, barns and anywhere you like because it's safe for pets and animals and even safe for you once it's made up. Here is how to make it, where to use it and other facts about making and using whitewash.
Published by Pat Veretto 73 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
Whether your decision to get a roommate is financial, or you are helping a friend out, this article discusses some of the things you may want to consider before allowing another person to invade your personal space. There are pros and cons in every roommate situation and here are just a few odd little things that I didn't even consider before I moved a roommate in.
Published by Jaz 74 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
This list of grocery stores that double coupons in Knoxville, Tennessee can help your family save money. Every dollar saved is money at the grocery can be used on something else. Extreme couponing gets a lot of attention these days but most shoppers only use a few at a time. These grocery stores that double coupons in Knoxville, Tennessee maximize the value no matter how many coupons are used.
Published by Gayle Crabtree 74 months ago in Frugal Living | +0 votes | 0 comments
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