September 9, 2004

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Homemade FrappuchinosWhy pay expensive prices for frappuchinos, use a snow cone maker and make them yourself.

 

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Daddy's Hillbilly GreenbeansIt has no name other than... Daddy's Hillbilly Greenbeans.

 

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Homemade Cereal BarsTastes just like bought ones. I can't keep enough here!

 

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Yogurt and Oil Cleansing Routine for Makeup UsersThis is a pretty simple cleansing routine that should be safe for all skin types.

 

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Being Thrifty vs. Your TimeHere's my 2 bits: Sometimes people will tell you it's not worth your time to do various things to be thrifty and frugal. However, whether any given activity is worth it is entirely up to the individual.

 

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Long Term Budgeting for BillsWhen you are budgeting for the year ahead, I have one of the simplest and worry free ways to deal with big annual bills like car insurance, property taxes and any other bill that is going to hit your pocketbook once a year.

 

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Thrifty Tip TrainUses for Cheese Wrappers, a Tip Train... The little plastic squares, they are great for greasing a pan with Crisco.

 

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Save Money By Roasting Your Own PeppersIf you like roasted red peppers, but not the cost (the average jar runs around $3 and if you check, it only has about one pepper in it). At the end of summer when they are really cheap, about .99 lb or so, there is what you do...

 

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Make Your Own Hair ConditionerUse like a shampoo, then rinse out and shampoo as usual. The mayo/egg will pull out all loose hairs and add great shine.

 

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Wall Artwork on a BudgetWant to have beautiful artwork to hang on the walls, but have a tiny budget? With a computer, printer and the help of colored pencils all things are possible. Go to a site such as art.com and find whatever artwork moves you.

 

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Decorating Old Furniture?We had our living room furniture recovered in 1986. It is wearing in some places now and probably would not have lasted this long if it was not for the fact that the material was top of the line. We are having our house renovated so cannot see our way clear to recover the furniture right now. Any tips for temporary fussing up of the furniture without just throwing a blanket over it? Bev Sobkowich

 

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Removing Latex Paint from Copper and Cement?How do you get latex paint off of copper door knobs and off of cement? Thank you, Maurice

 

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Need Recipe for "Nutrigrain Bars"?Does anyone have a recipe for "Nutrigrain" type bars? Thanks a bunch, Lee-Ann from Canada

 

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Looking for Prescription Drug Help in Ohio?This is Marissa from Ohio and I had lost my job due to illness. I'm looking for somewhere that can pay for my three prescriptions for the next 6 months. These are medications I can't do without and I'm afraid. I have no income and no place to turn. Marissa from Ohio

 

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My Fake Leather Couch Leaves stains on Clothes!I've got an amazing fake leather couch set that has reclining chairs and a foldaway bed that's been sitting around unused for awhile in a storage warehouse. The problem is that the couch every so often will leave stains on the backs of shirts and sometimes pants. I've tried all-purpose cleaner and leather cleaner to minimal effect. Please help me with ideas! Greg

 

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Recipes for Sports Drinks?We are doing a school project and we have to make our own sports drink. Can anyone help us out? Does anyone have any recipes?

 

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