If you’re looking for a new pan, look no further than a cast iron skillet. Affordable and durable, this old school pan is a must have for your kitchen.
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Looking for a way to expand your existing hobbies without the expense of instructional books or leaving the house? Check out these YouTube videos that will help you out!
If you want to eat meals, like roasts, that take hours to cook on a weeknight, you need to buy a pressure cooker for your kitchen. Not only can you cook wicked fast and healthy weeknight dinners, but you can also make soups, sauces, or stocks faster and you can safely can them to store.
Cooking in a slow cooker takes the hassle out of dinner, especially for those gone all day. Stop underestimating your slow cooker and start making great meals.
Growing your own fresh produce not only provides you and your family with naturally grown vegetables and fruits, but it also gives most people a sense of pride knowing where their food came from and that they grew it themselves. Starting a window garden is an inexpensive way to provide fresh herbs and lettuce, a creative way to reuse objects around your house and save a little money — and it’s a fun family activity.
As temperatures drop, heating bills rise. But it’s easy to save money and stay warm this winter. Check out our 5 simple tips for staying warm & toasty this winter.
I have known people to view saving money as never spending it, buying the cheapest products, and just living very frugally by simply not enjoying much other than knowing they have money in the bank.
This is clearly a miserable way to go through life. Instead, I promote living well, as in experience life, don’t be afraid of spending money, but make sure you’re maximizing how far each dollar goes. Here are 45 ways to save money, while getting quality products, great service, and high enjoyment.