Are You Letting Your Luxuries Become Needs?

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It allows loved ones to contact us, and it can be useful when you are in an emergency situation. For years, I was just fine with a cheap prepaid cell phone. It’s certainly more expensive than sticking with the cheap prepaid cell phone.

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Avoid Toxic Skincare Products In Minutes Flat

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Whether it’s because “green” is in or because summer is coming to an end, lately I have been asked by almost everyone I know about the safety of the skincare products they have been using. Then, it’s time to get educated about the products you purchase and use every day on your body.

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Your Car Insurance Rates Can Be Lower If…

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I’d be flipping burgers at the nearest fast-food chain instead. The worse the rap sheet, the higher the premium, so don’t speed, don’t drink and drive, and if you feel you’re channeling the inner spirit of the lead from that action movie you just saw, just don’t.

Put Your Budget on a Diet: Saving Money by Living Medium

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Believe it or not, those name brand foods, household goods, clothing, and accessories you buy can be found in the same aisles with the name of the store stamped on them. Used Doesn’t Mean Abused. Embrace the Food Network. That is $100 a week you can be using to BUY GROCERIES!

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10 Ways to $ave Energy Comfortably

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The following are some tips, tricks, and tools you can employ to lower your energy use. Monthly cooking appears to be a growing trend, however, think back to when you were young and you likely remember your parents or grandmother cooking far too much food and freezing it for later use. If you’re using the energy (and spending money to do so) to make the food, why make just enough for one meal when you can stock up?

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Guest Post: 10 Ways to $ave Energy Comfortably

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

The following are some tips, tricks, and tools you can employ to lower your energy use. Monthly cooking appears to be a growing trend, however, think back to when you were young and you likely remember your parents or grandmother cooking far too much food and freezing it for later use. If you’re using the energy (and spending money to do so) to make the food, why make just enough for one meal when you can stock up?

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