Category: Frugal Living
Refurbishing your home can be a daunting task as it involves a lot of manpower and time. If not meticulously planned, the actual cost of your home renovation may exceed your budget. Hence, it is essential to do shop for economically-priced good quality materials and take into account every detail that needs to be put [...]
When you finally have some savings building up, you might be excited to start finding ways to make your money work for you, instead of being a slave to the almighty dollar. Unfortunately, this enthusiasm can lead to some costly mistakes if you’re not careful from the start.
In these tough economic times, more and more parents are gathering together for old fashioned swap meets. There are many kids of swap meets, but the basic idea behind them all is for parents to get rid of some of their kids’ unwanted items and go home with more new things for their kids. It’s a great idea and fairly simple to pull together.
Every time I go through the check out at the grocery, I am amazed at how much money I spend there. It’s crazy and depressing, and sometimes I wonder how I can possibly put together a decent meal without spending a small fortune. No wonder so many people go for cheap, on-the-go foods instead of nice meals at home. But the fact is, with a little planning, you can prepare tasty meals and spend less than you would imagine.
I am not an artist. My drawings look like they were done by a child. I am also not rich enough to afford fine art to adorn all my walls, but that doesn’t mean I don’t want lovely pieces in my home. The good news is I don’t have to be an artist, or rich, to have great art in my home. All I need is a little creativity and ingenuity and even I can manage do-it-yourself art projects like these…
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