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  1. Five Ways To Cut Costs, But Not Nutrition
  2. Use ice cube trays for leftovers
  3. Knock their socks off with a family-friendly menu
  4. Try secondhand items before buying new
  5. Make fun halloween treats
  6. Best way to store potatoes
  7. Easy to clean granite counter tops
  8. Use a bread trough to bake multiple loaves
  9. Be careful when gifting keepsakes
  10. Replacing paper towels with cloth alternatives
  11. Reuse coffee cans
  12. Reuse zippered bags
  13. Take classes online
  14. Pay less at learning centers
  15. Give recipe gifts
  16. Remove stains from baby clothes
  17. Clean baked-on foods from pans with ease
  18. Clean stove drip trays
  19. Clean streaky flatware
  20. Stretch your meat budget
  21. Make slow cooker oatmeal
  22. Remove lipstick stains
  23. Make grab-and-go breakfast
  24. Use your oven less often
  25. Freezing whole strawberries
  26. Avoid eating out by having a plan
  27. Clean flip-flops
  28. Make your own laundry detergent
  29. Start a container garden
  30. Garden with a pocket pot
  31. Make your own washing soda
  32. Refrigerate or freeze yeast
  33. Make copycat recipes
  34. Donít waste the crust
  35. Clean stainless steel sink
  36. Try an alternative to shampoo
  37. Uses for hydrogen peroxide
  38. Shelf life of cream cheese
  39. Make kebabs for kids
  40. Uses for Epsom salt
  41. Regrow green onions
  42. Check for local animal support services
  43. Clean your kitchen cabinets
  44. Rub-A-Dub-Dub, Clean your tub
  45. Unseal stuck envelopes
  46. Try a money registry
  47. New uses for plastic jugs
  48. Use up overripe bananas
  49. Stocking up when vegan
  50. Create a family calendar
  51. Hair care on a budget
  52. Remove candle wax from tablecloth
  53. Freeze quick breads to enjoy later
  54. Use up leftover hot dogs
  55. Make your own tator tots
  56. Make your own fruit and vegetable wash
  57. Remove dye transfer on clothes
  58. Make your own Halloween costume
  59. Make your own shoe-stretcher spray
  60. Remove detergent residue from clothes
  61. Remove salt from boots
  62. Uses for witch hazel
  63. Remove odors from luggage
  64. Pack lightly when traveling
  65. Use free product samples
  66. Save money with a toaster oven
  67. Uses for croutons
  68. Use up leftover buns
  69. A second use for old pillowcases
  70. Uses for leftover whipping cream
  71. Use up leftover Easter eggs
  72. Make no-knead bread
  73. Use frozen bananas
  74. Put together a first-aid kit
  75. Locate washing soda
  76. Get the most juice from your citrus fruits
  77. New uses for baby socks
  78. Swap or sell unwanted gift cards
  79. Clean high spaces with telescoping pole
  80. Visa Prepaid Know Your Numbers Game
  81. Holiday shopping at Payless
  82. Remove static cling from clothing
  83. Buy holiday clearance items
  84. Stock a beginnerís spice rack
  85. Use up leftover pie dough
  86. Add pureed produce to meals
  87. Clean hard water stains on glass
  88. Carry grocery bags with ease
  89. Let go of sentimental clutter
  90. New uses for an old cake stand
  91. Be patient with homemade alternatives
  92. Use an over-the-door organizer
  93. Avoid static electricity during winter
  94. Use containers you already own
  95. Remove mothball odor from furniture
  96. Dress up paper plates with holders
  97. Make decorative cookies with ease
  98. Use croissants to make french toast
  99. Make cookie dough logs
  100. Remove coffee stains with ease
  101. Make grab-and-go breakfasts
  102. Uses for saltshakers
  103. Use up eye shadow
  104. Popcorn cake: An alternative to birthday cupcakes
  105. Freeze cinnamon roll dough
  106. Be thoughtful with secondhand gifts
  107. Make a frozen after-school treat
  108. Freshen the air in your home
  109. Organize school lunch supplies
  110. Make your appliances multi-task
  111. Freeze dairy products before they spoil
  112. Places to buy castile soap and washing soda
  113. Uses for pantyhose
  114. Uses for baby powder
  115. Sponsored by Caribbean Cruise Lines: Free 2-Night Bahamas Cruise: $59/Person Port Tax
  116. Get rid of pet fur on clothes
  117. Household uses for mason jars
  118. Make your own soft-scrubbing cleaner
  119. Reuse nylon mesh produce bags
  120. Reuse cereal bags
  121. New uses for an ice cream scoop
  122. Remove wax from produce
  123. Uses for shaving cream
  124. Uses for pillowcases
  125. Uses for fels-naptha soap
  126. Tackle your clutter
  127. Sears Friends and Family Sale
  128. Uses for metal spoons
  129. Ways to clean and care for wooden bowls
  130. Uses for silicone baking cups
  131. New uses for an old TV armoire
  132. Dressing a tween on a budget
  133. Stale marshmallows still can be useful - Chicago Daily Herald
  134. Make saving money a game
  135. Create a plan for leftovers
  136. Prevent stale marshmallows
  137. Remove mildew smell from towels
  138. Uses for old sheets
  139. Make your own deodorant
  140. New uses for baby wipes
  141. Make your own hummingbird nectar
  142. Uses for plastic straws
  143. Storing ginger root
  144. Clean your dishwasher with ease
  145. Find frugal home improvement supplies
  146. Freeze onions for later use
  147. Remove static from laundry
  148. Make a frugal sandbox
  149. Multiple uses for denture-cleaning tablets
  150. Easy way to store spare sheets
  151. Uses for buttons
  152. Uses for clean cat litter
  153. Make your own laundry soap
  154. Ways to thicken chili
  155. Remove wax from jars
  156. New uses for old towels
  157. Uses for hydrogen peroxide
  158. Peeling hard-boiled eggs
  159. Make a compost bin
  160. Using refillable cups on single-cup brewing systems
  161. Uses for coconut oil
  162. Make your own beauty products
  163. Use less to save more
  164. Donate to your local diaper bank
  165. Combat price hikes on food
  166. Make homemade polish
  167. Try mock recipes
  168. Remove nail polish stains
  169. Easy ways to remove makeup
  170. Waste less food
  171. Uses for stale bread
  172. Make-ahead and freeze for quick meals
  173. Tips to help avoid fading hair color
  174. Prep for emergencies and to save money
  175. Invest in a slow cooker
  176. Reuse tea bags
  177. 2012 List of Graduates - Connecticut College
  178. Freezing onions and picking pineapple - Chicago Daily Herald
  179. Frugal living: Using leftover ham glaze - Chicago Daily Herald
  180. Preview calendar: Clubs and concerts for May 10-16 - North County Times
  181. Sara Noel: Freeze cookie dough for easy baking later - Reading Eagle - San Francisco
  182. Have a festive, frugal Christmas - Newton Daily News
  183. Seek out alternative uses for products
  184. Be thoughtful when giving secondhand gifts
  185. Reuse egg cartons
  186. Store baking pans with ease
  187. Make your own frugal drawer organizers
  188. Keep the cold out this winter
  189. Wrap large-sized gifts for less
  190. Freeze foods to avoid waste
  191. Take a crack at using eggshells
  192. Use up leftover candy canes
  193. Non-dessert uses for sweetened coconut
  194. Save on food at work
  195. Organize your favorite recipes
  196. Frugal Living: New, crafty uses for plastic ice cream tubs - Nevada Appeal
  197. Make handy holiday mixes - Chicago Daily Herald
  198. Make every kernel pop
  199. New uses for plastic ice cream tubs
  200. Clean a cloudy vase
  201. Prepare for winter ahead of time
  202. Enjoy frugal holiday fun
  203. Remove paint from carpet
  204. Use up unwanted shampoo
  205. Frugal Village: Scentsational solutions for fall - Nevada Appeal
  206. Frugal Living: Find more uses, waste less of the food you have - Nevada Appeal
  207. Waste less of the food you have - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  208. Frugal Living: Invest in this: Five treasures that foster frugality - Nevada Appeal
  209. Rescue and reuse your stuff
  210. College Grads 2011: A Health Insurance Family Feud
  211. Waste less of the food you have
  212. Use a reminder bracelet to stay on track
  213. Storing bulk flour
  214. Five treasures that foster frugality
  215. How To Declutter Your Food Ideas & Save Your Money
  216. Office Food ? Seven Tips On Eating Well For Less
  217. Repurpose vintage items
  218. Set summertime savings goals
  219. Calculate and compare unit price
  220. Remove apple juice stains
  221. Captain Obvious strikes again
  222. Don?t throw it a-whey
  223. Frugal Living: Uses for your leftover baby cereal - Nevada Appeal
  224. Eat cheap in a hotel
  225. Get the inside scoop
  226. Seven things frugal people don't buy
  227. Frugal Living: Overused frugal tips: Captain Obvious strikes again - Nevada Appeal
  228. Save money with portion control
  229. Choose free photo editing software
  230. Zappy ways to use your microwave
  231. Easy alternative to peanut butter balls
  232. Colander uses that won?t strain your brain
  233. Give your lampshade a makeover
  234. Uses for plastic Easter eggs
  235. Buy the perfect towel
  236. Snappy ways to store rubber bands
  237. Multiple uses for placemats
  238. Will Stockpiling Save You Money? - Wallstreet Journal
  239. Use Borax for more than cleaning
  240. Alternate cleaners on granite countertops
  241. Clean and freshen your microwave
  242. Slick ways to use baby oil
  243. Combat dry skin
  244. Make craft recipes for kids
  245. Clean bamboo floors with ease
  246. Stretch your wardrobe budget
  247. How to clean burnt pans
  248. Reach for the bottom shelf
  249. Frugal Living: Snappy ways to store rubber bands - Mcalester News Capital
  250. Planning a move? Be prepared for unexpected costs - News Sentinel