It’s only when the power fails in our homes that we’re reminded of how much we rely on it—and electrical cover can take care of things should you suffer a
If you are cleaning out your cupboard with Denise from Shopper Strategy, you may want to check out the January challenge on Coupon Teacher as well. I am inviting you
In these less-than-stellar economic times, redecorating your house probably ranks as high on your priority list as sewing your head to the carpet. Yet, you still want a fresh look
Last week, I received an email from a national bath shop with the news that Halloween-themed goods are now available. As much as I would like love hand soap dispensed
I have an unbelievable amount of cards in my possession. I have grocery store cards, loyalty cards, rental cards, library cards (for myself and 2 of the girls—Lorelai will be
Household supplies can make up a weighty portion of your home maintenance budget. It’s always a good idea to reduce this spending as much as possible. There are plenty of
Pick up any magazine or newspaper and you’ll find articles about skyrocketing gas, oil, electricity, and water prices. Authors point to the drastic economic and environmental impact these events have on the world. Our energy crisis is no longer an abstract concept, important only to congressmen and science gurus. This issue affects homes across the globe by dipping into bank accounts and making substantial withdrawals.
What’s a Girl To Do?
Everyday living expenses can easily get out-of-hand. Money spent on paper towels, single use cleaning supplies, carbonated drinks and similar household staples could be put to better use.
Follow these tried, true and green ways to stretch your household budget.
I went to Lowes today to pick up a few things for my yard, and I was distracted by the beautiful hanging baskets. The smallest were $9.58 and the largest
The thought of having to shell out a ton of money when the appliances in my home decide to take their final bow can send me over the edge. I