Gardening on the cheap – 11 cool tips

Discount Coder UK

Or you can re-use, re-purpose and recycle everyday bits and bobs and trim the cost right back. Home & Garden cheap gardening tips save money on gardeningYou can spend a fortune on gardening. Here’s my top 11 tips for saving money on the green stuff. grow seeds in cardboard egg boxes. Because they retain moisture they do a great job forget weed killers. read more.

10 Inexpensive DIY Christmas Tree Ornament Ideas

The Frugal Girl

All 10 ideas use inexpensive supplies, and they're all easy enough to make with kids. If you have pinecones in your area, these will be super cheap to make! If you're using your own wood slices, bake them at 200 degrees F for 45 minutes on each side.

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Fab Finds-Boticca Jewelry Under $50

Fashion Without Guilt

and we all know that uniqueness does not come cheap! In the day and age of mass-made jewelry , it’s so, so hard to find something that is one-of-a-kind… Especially if you’re looking for fashion accessories or jewelry for under $50 !

Do You Know a Millionaire Garage Sale-er?

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

Millionaires like to use their time efficiently. To Practice Re-use. Garage sales afford an optimal way to get access products to be re-used. Going to garage sales can be very cheap entertainment. Some millionaires buy and re-sell goods.

Are You Letting Your Luxuries Become Needs?

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

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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Save Money on Hair Care

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

Now, if you’re not blonde, you may not know what naturally blonde hair entails. I’ve since washed my hair every second day, which I found saves me a surprising amount of money on shampoo and conditioner, as you are using half as much in a month.

3 Perfect Spring Trends

Cheap Chica's Guide To Style

Slip-On Shoes: All of us here at Cheap Chica’s love a comfy trend that’s equally stylish, and the fashion flock’s current obsession with slip-on shoes takes the cake. Source: The Cheap Chica's Guide to Style.

Budget Babe: L’Oreal’s Genius New Dye

Cheap Chica's Guide To Style

The best part about this under $15 dye is that the resealable bottle allows for multiple uses, which means that you won’t waste a drop and will have to spend less on dye overall. This is a foam hair dye, Chicas, and take it from us – the new application is much easier than what you’re used to. Katelyn Chef is a regular contribute to The Cheap Chica’s Guide to Style. Source: The Cheap Chica's Guide to Style.

Your Car Insurance Rates Can Be Lower If…

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

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. If you use all the safety gadgets.

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

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

Megamarts like Wal-Mart, Target, K-Mart, Aldi’s, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, and even franchised grocery stores carry the same quality of goods that you’re used to buying, but they don’t carry the overhead costs that come with the big names. Used Doesn’t Mean Abused.

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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? 2 – Re-seal Your Windows & Doors.

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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? 2 – Re-seal Your Windows & Doors.

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