January 17, 2012

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Insulating Your Home, Insulation Ready to Be Installed

Insulating Your HomeThis is a page about insulating your home. Saving money on your winter heating bill can be a big help on your budget. Ensuring your home is properly insulated is a great way to keep your heating bill down when it is cold out.


Roast and vegetables in crockpot.

Using A Slow Cooker (Crockpot)This page is about using a slow cooker or crockpot. These useful appliances allow you to cook a meal all day long so your family can come home to a hot dinner, even if everyone is at work.


A beautifully decorated cake.

Frugal Cake Decorating IdeasThis is a page about frugal cake decorating ideas. A beautifully decorated cake is the centerpiece for celebrations such as birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and many more.


Sewing Room

Organizing a Sewing RoomThis is a page about organizing a sewing room. Whether you are using a spare bedroom, office or a corner of your garage, space in your sewing or craft room can be a premium.


A bunch of coupons cut out of ads in the newspaper.

Using CouponsThis is a page about using coupons. Coupons come at us from a variety of sources; the mailbox, newspapers and magazines, store circulars and receipts, on products and even in our email inbox. Here are ways to use them effectively to save money.


Storing appliance cords in toilet paper tubes to keep from tangling.

Organizing Electrical CordsThis is a page about organizing electrical cords. Cords for small appliances, chargers for batteries or electronics, media and computer cords can become tangled and easily misplaced.


Chicken Broccoli Casserole

Chicken Broccoli Casserole RecipesCasseroles made with a combination of chicken, broccoli and starches can be made ahead, frozen and then reheated for an easy weeknight dinner. This page contains recipes for chicken broccoli casserole.


Learning How to Bowl, Mother and Daughter at Bowling Alley

Learning How to BowlThis is a page about learning how to bowl. Bowling is a favorite sport and hobby of many people. Learning the basics correctly will greatly improve your scores, make the game much more fun, and competitive.



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Grill Green Beans and PotatoesThese are soft chewy and good. Just grill them together.


Gluing into heart.

Button and Scarf Heart Shaped Wall HangingThis is a great little craft where all supplies come from a dollar store. I recently made a craft using one half of a heart box from chocolates and wanted to come up with another for the other half.


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Extra Eggs in BrowniesI have been making Toll-House cookies for years, it's always my standby for chocolate chip cookies, and almost always make a double batch to have cookie dough in the fridge. The other day I was in the middle of making a batch, and realized too late that I'd doubled the amount of eggs...


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Rapini and Potato Soup with MeatballsI love greens, and rapini (also known as broccoli rabe) is one of my favorites. It goes well in this wonderful soup. Serve it with a good salad and crusty bread. Mmm!


Wreath hanging on door.

Paper Valentine WreathMake a Valentine wreath from scrapbook paper.


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Store Toiletries In A Bottle BagWhen traveling, I use a bottle carrier fabric bag I bought at Target in the $1 section. I use it to carry my hair products, creams, deodorant, sunscreens, etc. Everything is tidy and organized together for myself and the kids.



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Removing Candle Wax from Carpet?How can you wax out of the carpet?


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Removing Chimney Breasts Safely?I would like information on removing internal chimney breasts up to a loft space. Thanks.


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Problems Growing a New Sapling After Killing Sick Tree?About 3 years ago I dug out the roots of a sickly citrus tree in my backyard and used charcoal starter fluid to burn off the majority of the humongous roots underneath. I haven't had any success so far with any sapling I've planted in it. Did I ruin the soil for good?


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Freezing Celery?Do you have to blanch sliced celery? Can you just freeze celery that's cut into 1/2 inch pieces?


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Removing a Toe Corn?What is the best way to remove a very hard corn at the tip (just beyond the toenail) of a toe? My toe often hurts due to the corn.


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Storing Artificial Flowers?I have many floral displays that we switch out at the cemetery. I am looking for a way to store them so the arrangements do not get flattened or misshaped.


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Choosing Between Cable or Dish TV?Which has a lower cost, cable or Dish TV?


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Training a Dog Not to Bark?I would like to know how to keep my Pom from barking so much.


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Cake Recipes for Turbo Cooker?I would like more cake recipes using turbo cooker.


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Ideas for Girl's 12th Birthday?My younger sister is turning 12. She doesn't know what to do for her birthday. Last year she didn't do much because she couldn't decide, so this year I really want some ideas. Please help. Thank you.


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Homemade Sour Cream Did Not Set?Just under a week ago, I tried to make homemade sour cream, but it did not ever thicken. It's been sitting out and now looks curdled and separated. I wanted to know if what I have from my first attempt is salvageable in any way.


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Donating Greeting Cards?I am going through my cards new and used ones and want to know if I need to just send the fronts of them or all of the card? I also need to have an address to send them to. Thank you.


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