Money Saving Tips

Tips for a Successful Yard Sale
on May 24, 2016 at 5:42 pm / in Garage Projects, Home Decorating Tips, Meeting Neighbors, Money Saving Tips, Moving Tips

Tips for a Successful Yard Sale

Whether you’re moving or simply decluttering, a garage sale, or yard sale, is an excellent way to get rid of items that have been languishing unused in your house and garage. And, of course, it’s an ideal way to put some extra money in your pocket. But, before you start taping signs around the neighborhood, consider some of these suggestions […]

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Six Tips to Help You Save Money at the Grocery Store
on May 24, 2016 at 5:22 pm / in Money Saving Tips

Six Tips to Help You Save Money at the Grocery Store

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American family spends more than $330 per month on groceries — the fourth biggest budget priority behind housing, transportation and insurance. That’s just the average, so it’s likely that many families spend even more. The good news, however, is that by tweaking your grocery shopping routine, you can cut your spending […]

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Eight Items You Should Never place in the Microwave
on April 1, 2016 at 10:26 pm / in Food & Cooking Tips & Recipes, Health & Fitness Tips, Home & Garden Tips, Home Repair Tips, Money Saving Tips, Tips & Helpful Advice

Eight Items You Should Never place in the Microwave

Yes, of course, we love our microwaves for a variety of good reasons. But there are times when the magic box is not your friend and, if you’re not careful, it could burn down your kitchen. Some material and foods can cause sparks and even explosions. Don’t put these in your microwave: 1. Styrofoam. Don’t be tempted, even for a […]

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Buying a New Washing Machine? Don’t Fall In.
on February 29, 2016 at 11:13 pm / in Garage Projects, Health & Fitness Tips, Lifestyle Tips, Money Saving Tips, Product Buying Guide & Reviews

Buying a New Washing Machine? Don’t Fall In.

Seriously. Let’s get to the unpleasant surprise that some people face when they use their sparkly new top loading washer for the first time. Manufacturers have increased the tub size on some washers, thus making it possible for you to do more laundry at once. Obviously, that’s the good news. However, one way to boost capacity is to make the […]

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Grain-Free Pumpkin-Coconut Dog Biscuits
on October 14, 2015 at 7:27 pm / in Favorite Recipes, Food & Cooking Tips & Recipes, Lifestyle Tips, Money Saving Tips, Pet Tips, Tips & Helpful Advice

Grain-Free Pumpkin-Coconut Dog Biscuits

If you’re feeding your dog a grain-free diet, then these healthy treats made with coconut flour should make your pup jump with joy. Coconut flour, which is ground toasted coconut, makes the dough and the house smell crazy good. Egg shells are a good source of calcium for dogs, and that’s where this recipe takes a little detour from others […]

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Tips for Saving Water – Our Most Precious Resource
on July 1, 2015 at 11:04 pm / in Gardening Tips, Home & Garden Tips, Landscaping Tips, Money Saving Tips, Outdoor Living, Projects & Tips, Tips & Helpful Advice

Tips for Saving Water – Our Most Precious Resource

Water is the planet’s most precious resource. Access to clean water is a privilege that, unfortunately, many people still take for granted. Even if you don’t live in the currently drought-stricken west, conserving water is still something everyone should be doing. As our population continues to grow, maintaining water resources will always be a primary need. By utilizing new water […]

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Why You Should Consider a DIY Home Security System
on May 22, 2015 at 9:28 pm / in Home & Garden Tips, Money Saving Tips, Tips & Helpful Advice

Why You Should Consider a DIY Home Security System

Now that the ink has dried on your shiny new home, and you’ve filled it with precious contents, most importantly — your family — isn’t it time to consider how you’re going to keep it, and your treasures, safe? While a security system is the obvious answer, these days you have an important decision to to make. Do I install a DIY […]

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Credit Tips for the Millennial Generation
on May 7, 2015 at 4:38 pm / in Money Saving Tips

Credit Tips for the Millennial Generation

Don’t discount the millennials, also known as Generation Y — those born between 1980 and the mid-2000′s. According to an economic White House report, millennials make up the largest generation in the country, representing one-third of the total U.S. population in 2013. With the firstgroup of millennials still in their early 30s, most members of this generation are really just getting started in their careers. Jeanette Pavini, Coupons.com’s […]

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Fix Your Own Jammed Garbage Disposal
on February 12, 2015 at 7:40 am / in Around The Home, Home Repair Tips, Money Saving Tips

Fix Your Own Jammed Garbage Disposal

It happens at one time or another to all of us who own a garbage disposal. The whole shebang comes to a grinding halt, and you’re left wondering if you’ll have to call a service tech. Relax. In most cases there’s an easy fix that you easily can do yourself. Reset If your disposal stops working, first try the reset button. […]

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4 Tips To Lower Homeowners Insurance Costs
on June 11, 2014 at 12:45 pm / in Home Buyer Tips, Home Mortgage Tips, Homebuyer Tips, Money Saving Tips, Mortgage Tips, Real Estate, Real Estate Tips

4 Tips To Lower Homeowners Insurance Costs

With the prices for everything skyrocketing these days, every penny counts. This includes your homeowner’s insurance costs.

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