June 29, 2004

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Save Change for Something SpecialHave everyone in the family put all their quarters, dimes, nickels, pennies into a "bank" on a regular basis. (daily, or weekly).

 

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Dry Flowers with Kitty LitterTo dry your flowers, cut the flower so one inch of the stem is left on. Place face up into a coffee can full of kitty litter, pour more kitty litter to cover the flower (roses should only be half opened).

 

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Menu Tips for People with High CholesterolHaving been recently diagnosed with high cholesterol I have decided to change some of my eating habits, along with exercise and having to take Lipitor. I have divided the 7 days of the week as follows for my main meal:

 

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Cut Cleansing Cloths to Save MoneyRegarding those samples of facial cleansing cloths you receive in the mail or buy at the store... I find that they are too big and I waste a lot of the cleanser on them, so I cut each cloth into 4 equal squares.

 

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Spanish Baked FishThis low-fat fish recipe is easy to make. This dish may be low on calories but it is packed with flavor.

 

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Use a Toilet Paper Roll to Organize Messy WiresI recently rearranged my office, leaving a mess of exposed wires of all kinds. I covered a toilet tissue roll with wrapping paper, then wrapped all the wires into a hank and tucked them inside the roll.

 

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Ask for 800 NumbersWhen an out-of-state company you are dealing with starts to give you their regular phone number stop them and ask for their 800 number.

 

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Help Getting Spots off Flatware?Please help! I have stainless steel flatware, nothing fancy just normal everyday stuff, and wash it in the dishwasher. They never look clean! There are spots and grunge still on them. I have tried polishing them with a stainless steel cleaner-no luck!

 

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Drilling in the CeilingWhen drilling holes in the ceiling a lot of dust can fall down. If possible, ask a helper to hold the vacuum nozzle near the area you are drilling. If that is not possible you can also use a cheap shallow plastic bowl or the plastic lid from a coffee can to catch the dust.

 

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