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  1. Frugal Living
    After waaaaaay too much math and discussion in another forum, the results are in. Using a plug in electric kettle is not only faster than a stove top kettle, but it uses a lot less power. So much, that it would save $14.52 per year.
  2. Debt Reduction & Money Management
    I just sat down and wrote everything out for dh. with an estimated grocery and gas budget, utilities credit payments but not spending money, we should have nearly $1700 at the end of the month!!! I have been paying extra, but not that much!!! I have to figure out a better way to track this. I...
  3. News you can use
    Time to plug in the shredder and tame the clutter If your list of 2008 New Year?s resolutions includes a vow to tackle the mounds of financial paper you?ve been collecting, here?s some advice from Rosanne Grande, a financial planner with R.W. Rogé & Co., in Bohemia, N.Y., on what...
  4. Freebies
    You can buy one and get one free! They are only 3.99!! They were 19.99. What a savings!! You get 2 for 3.99, plus shipping. You can add these to your gift closet for birthday's, christmas, etc. Here is my order: 1 Protech XL Plug 'N...
  5. General Chat
    Grrrrrrrrrr! I am so mad at myself. I had both crock pots and the bread machine going yesterday and was SO proud of myself. I had made cauliflower cheese soup, cornbread & bread pudding from the leftover homemade cinnamon raisin bread. However, when I went to serve dinner I was wondering why...
  6. Debates, Politics and Personal Opinions
    I have two. One in the kitchen and one in the bathroom.
  7. General Chat
    Okay, Ladies... One of the tips I always hear about is to unplug all "unused" appliances. I thought, "Yeah, right...we can't be using THAT much electricity!" WRONG I sat down and did the math yesterday...OMG...In a years time it costs us $185.00 just for the priviledge and convenience of...
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