Revamping your house is expensive! But you can get a polished, updated look for less. For instance, you could try spray painting old brass doorknobs to look brand new. And done! A new look at a fraction of the cost!
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Shopping for Gifts When You’re in Debt
How can you shop for gifts if you’re trying to get out of debt? Good question. Read this article, which gives great advice on how to enjoy the holidays without digging a bigger hole of debt.
FAMILY FUN: Low-Budget Ideas for Family Night
Whether you’re a family of one or several, it’s unnecessary to go broke each and every time you decide to go out and have some fun. We found this post and had to share it because it has some great suggestions for enjoying affordable family night outings together. Staying within budget makes for robust families […]
DIY Laundry Detergent Step By Step
DIY Laundry Detergent Saves Money by Winnie I was walking down the laundry detergent aisle the other day and noticing all the different kinds of detergents that are available. There are some that make your laundry smell like a morning by the seaside, detergents that keep your clothes from fading and a myriad of other […]
DIY Washing Machine Patio Heater
Today’s DIY is geared to keep you warm in a stylish & re-purposing kinda way! This is a project I would love to get my hands on to try. Now, if I can only find a used washing machine tumbler sitting around somewhere… Click on the image below or Click HERE to visit today’s DIY.
Best Practices for Savvy Online Shopping: Purchase securely & Save Documentation (4/6)
Okay, I just returned from my punishment of 1,000 lashings for not finishing this series on time…funny thing is that one of the reminder requests was from a link-posting service trying to get a free link-back that they were waiting for the remaining articles. Thanks for your patience and for not burning down the interwebz. […]
DIY: Homemade Seed Planter
Today’s DIY Seed Planter is sure to make Jethro Tull proud! It is made entirely from PVC & some metal components you can pick up at your local hardware store and is: expect[ed to] work for medium to large-sized seeds like beans, corn, peas, pumpkins, squash, and, most importantly…sunflowers. A seemingly simply invention, seed drills […]
Best Practices for Savvy Online Shopping: Know the Market Price (3/6)
If you missed Part 2 of this week’s 6 Part Series, click this link to read it. Part of being a Savvy Online Shopper requires that you find the greatest value for your money. Determining the “greatest value” is a highly subjective thing and doesn’t always mean paying the lowest price up front…although you should […]