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  1. Debt Reduction & Money Management
    I'm very interested in getting one of these for my husband, who thinks he needs to save those old gas receipts from 1976 and every check we've written in the past 37 years, all 17,000 of them. The clutter drives me crazy, and IMO it would be well worth the cost to let him digitize and organize...
  2. General Chat
  3. Sewing
    I found this neat blog about a lady who refashions clothing. Most items are given to her or picked up from a thrift store. She turns them into wearable clothes. Some of her completed items are really cute, some items not so much. Anyway, her goal has been to refashion 365 items in 365 days...
  4. Secondhand Shopping
    TheThriftShopper.Com National Thrift Store Directory Listing Charity Resale Shops My mom just sent me the link to this site.
  5. General Chat
    They started to advertise this website on tv. It is called I went on it briefly and it looks interesting. Especially for people like me who still do not know what they want to do when they grow up. Thought it might help someone figure out a new career with this every...
  6. OAMC, Homecanning, Freezing, and Preserving
    I thought this was the best place to put this link. Speed tip: Make individual portions in freezer bags | Lunch in a Box: Building a Better Bento
  7. General Chat
    A seminary professor was vacationing with his wife in Gatlinburg , TN. One morning, they were eating breakfast at a little restaurant, hoping to enjoy a quiet, family meal. While they were waiting for their food, they noticed a distinguished looking, white-haired man moving from table to table...
  8. Preparedness and Survival
    I stumbled upon this, and it looks like it's got a little something for everyone. Traditional Skills, Bushcraft, Homesteading, and other useful skills
  9. Hobbies
    from another group i am on most favorited all-time | craftgawker
  10. Sewing
    Simplicity 1957 | little minx's blog All I can say is: Wow!
  11. Freebies
    :cheergrl: Compare prices for retail store sales at SalesCircular you pick your state and then click on the free after rebates deal towards the top of the page and it tells you what stores etc in your state have items that are free after rebate- alot of times these can make great gifts or...
  12. General Chat
    to do for christmas! 2010 Christmas Stay Auction - A Christmas Story House - Ralphie’s House Restored to its A Christmas Story Splendor I absolutely LOVE this movie.
  13. Frugal Living
    This was a nicely written article on being a "cheapskate"...really more of a simple-living/frugal lifestyle. The author interviewed sounds really down to earth and has some good info. It's going on my library book list for sure! Cheapskate Next Door
  14. Stockpiling
    I came across this site and it is quite interesting. They have some neat storage ideas for small spaces. Start Here | Food Storage Made Easy
  15. Secondhand Shopping
    1) I needed a throw blanket. I found one that matches the living room. It was a cotton woven throw blanket with pictures woven in them. The picture was my town. It had pictures of the historical buildings in town ( with the year they were built) including my church. cool find! 2) found a t...
  16. Christmas
    this, or a version of this goes around each year in emails. But thought I would post it on here in case someone hadn't seen it. It is a really neat website, not only for recipes, but for people with kids....for games, puzzles, projects, etc. Enjoy!
  17. Sewing
    This woman is teaching herself how to sew, and most of her stuff doesn't require a pattern. Lots of great tutorials too.
  18. Just Tips What a terrific idea! I'm going to see if dh will go for this!
  19. General Chat
    This is only a design and I know it's intended to be "green", but I'd think it'd teach kids the value of saving. It's a piggy bank that only lets electricity flow to toys when money is put in the bank.
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