With Summer approaching, the birthday party schedule kicks into full gear. Don’t kids have birthdays during the Winter? It seems like very weekend, we are out buying gifts and a balloon for someone. Where do you shop for balloons. The local grocery stores charge around $5 for a helium filled mylar balloon. What if you […]
My Grandmother was printing on both sides of the paper well into her 90’s. My Dad does the same thing. Guess what I do? You’ve got it, print on both sides. There are additional ways to use less paper for your printer: -keep paper you no longer need, and use on the reverse side (like […]
Yes, you can negotiate every price. You might not succeed in lowering the price, but you won’t know until you try. An example: we needed to have our Wii until repaired. I did the troubleshooting, and checked online for solutions from other consumers. No luck fixing the unit. I called the (800) # for Wii, and […]
You have everything you need to keep your drains clear, just sitting in your refrigerator. I’ll give you a hint, think Humpty Dumpty. That’s right it’s the common egg. The egg-shell, actually. You don’t have to use expensive, harsh, toxic chemicals to clean your drains anymore. Egg shells are excellent for this job, without any harshness […]
The US Dept of Energy offers many different types of rebates. Before you buy something, you can check the DOE website here to look for available rebates. Consumers can find financial assistance for energy efficient purchases and improvements in the form of tax credits, rebates, and energy-efficient financing.
Do you know all that stuff just sitting in the guest room closet? Or the garage? Or maybe clothes that your kids outgrew 5 years ago? Imagine those are dollar bills sitting there, just waiting to be gathered up and used. Garage sales are a great way to clean up the clutter that has accumulated […]